Spring Hollow Golf Course

Located in the rolling hills of northern Chester County, Spring Hollow Golf Course opened in 1994 and is open to the public. Architect John Thompson created a layout that blends the features of this one-time dairy farm with the surrounding beauty of a golf course.

The par 70, 6008-yard layout has five par 3’s, three par 5’s and ten par 4’s. Meadows defining some of the holes were left in place to give the course a natural look and feel. Wetlands, creeks, and ponds come into play on six of the golf holes.

With a 110-foot change in elevation the frequent and often dramatic elevation changes afford the players challenging shot selections as well as beautiful views of the surrounding area. It doesn’t get better.

Hole #1: Par 4

Handicap 7 – Length 370

Tee shot needs to be accurate but not long. There is trouble on both sides of fairway. Short to mid iron approach shot will be required to slightly elevated but flat green.

Hole #2: Par 4

Handicap 13 – Length 375

Uphill all the way. Out-of-bounds on the left. Hill on right of fairway. Mid to short iron approach uphill to green sloped from back to front.

Hole #3: Par 4

Handicap 15 – Length 325

Short Par 4 with trouble everywhere. High weeds on right and left. Fairway bunker on left. Small green slopes sharply from front to back.

Hole #4: Par 3

Handicap 1 – Length 187

Hardest Par on course. Long Par 3 uphill entire way to a big green with bunkers right and left.

Hole #5: Par 4

Handicap 11 – Length 363

Hardest Par on course. Long Par 3 uphill entire way to a big green with bunkers right and left.

Hole #6: Par 5

Handicap 5 – Length 476

Blind tee shot leaves a downhill second shot to thin approach area short of a large two-tiered green. Out-of-bounds on the left.

Hole #7: Par 4

Handicap 3 – Length 405

Long uphill Par 4 coming out of a chute off the tee. Fairway bunker on left. Long approach to green surrounded by hills and sand.

Hole #8: Par 3

Handicap 9 – Length 166

Downhill Par 3 that can fool you. The green is angled right and slopes from front to back. Bunker guards the left side and a miss to the left will leave you with a tricky and fast chip.

Hole #9: Par 4

Handicap 17 – Length 357

Dogleg left Par 4. Short tee shot leaves short iron over wetlands to slightly elevated green with deep bunkers on each side.

Hole #10: Par 4

Handicap 2 – Length 410

Straight away Par 4 slightly uphill with a large fairway bunker on the right at about 230-100% yards. Green slopes from back to front.

Hole #11: Par 3

Handicap 18 – Length 115

Fairly easy Par 3 with bunkers on either side of the green. Green slopes from back to front.

Hole #12: Par 3

Handicap 14 – Length 145

Use 6 or 7 Iron. Stay away from left and bunker on the right and watch the wind. Bunker leaves you with a tough shot to the green.

Hole #13: Par 5

Handicap 4 – Length 474

Straight-away Par 5 with out-of-bounds on both the right and left. Two good shots leave a short pitch.

Hole #14: Par 5

Handicap 10 – Length 463

All in the drive. A good tee shot allows a shot over a large lake to reach Par 5 green in two. Too short a drive means laying up. Very wide but very shallow green can lead to 3 putts.

Hole #15: Par 4

Handicap 12 – Length 315

Short Par 4 with second shot going uphill over a huge bunker. Easy Par.

Hole #16: Par 4

Handicap 16 – Length 332

A par 4 with a second shot going very steeply uphill. It is hard to judge the right distance.

Hole #17: Par 4

Handicap 6 – Length 385

Long Par 4 with out-of-bounds on left. Sloping fairway means an awkward stance for second shot.

Hole #18: Par 3

Handicap 8 – Length 160

Beautifully scenic Par 3 finishing hole. Mid iron over lake to well bunkered green. Mound in middle of green splits the putting surface in half.

Leagues & Juniors

Tuesday Night - Twilight Golf Association League

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Wednesday Night - Spark Golf League

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Thursday Afternoon - Spring Hollow Ladies League