Horsham Valley Golf Club is an 18 hole public golf course located in Horsham, Pennsylvania.
The course, originally designed and constructed by Jock and Doug Melville, went from a nine-hole course to a 12-hole course in 1962. In 1963, three more holes were added, and on July 4th, 1964, the course opened as the full course that it is today.
Horsham Valley Golf Club is a short and narrow course with small greens. The design places a premium on accuracy. With over 1,200 pine trees and small greens, you must be precise with your tee shots and have a solid short game.
Water comes into play on holes 13 through 16. Hole #15 is the signature hole. This par 3, playing 170 yards from the middle tees, has ruined many a good round. The green has waterfront and right and bunkers left and long. Par is great but the average score is 5. If you keep the ball in play and avoid the many hazards, you will have an enjoyable round of golf. The course's signature hole is the #2 hole, it requires a shot through trees onto a narrow green.
Horsham Valley Golf Course is a par 66 layout that plays to 5,115 yards from the back tees and 4,430 yards from the forward tees.
The course closed on July 5th, 2012.
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