You’ve got the best club. The wind is playing nicely. Your shot is all lined up. All you need is a little bit of history and tradition, and that’s what Grandview Golf Club provides. As the oldest public golf course in York County, Grandview has built its reputation on its commitment to excellence. Use this deal, regularly $156, to receive a round of golf for four, including two carts for only $78.
The front nine, built nearly a hundred years ago, features a stream that winds through seven of those holes. It also features its own miniature “Amen Corner” with three challenging holes consecutively placed. The back nine, built in the 1930s, features three par-5s, two par-4s and four par-3s, with two of those par-3s measuring over 230 yards from the farthest tees. Grandview’s traditional style means it features quick greens and nuanced breaks, requiring a strong putting game. Flat greens, shallow bunkers, water hazards and narrow fairways challenge experienced golfers, but amateurs will still find the course accessible. The facilities include a pro shop, practice green and their fantastic new restaurant, Brewvino.