Hershey Country Club been awarded the prestigious Distinguished Emerald Club of the World award, as determined by the annual Distinguished Clubs of the World award program conducted by BoardRoom magazine!
All three of our award-winning courses are available to members of Hershey Country Club, each a unique playing experience rich in history.
Built in 1969, this course features elevated greens, sparkling lakes, and more than 100 bunkers. Designer George Fazio captured the beauty of central Pennsylvania’s countryside with spectacular views on every hole. The 7,061-yard par 71 has a rating of 74.5 and slope of 136. More on the East Course
Designed by Maurice McCarthy in 1930, this course has a traditional American-style layout. The signature hole is the par-3 fifth that features a scenic view of High Point Mansion, Milton S. Hershey’s home. The 6,860-yard, par 73 has a rating of 72.6 and slope of 130. More on the West Course
This nine-hole course was built in 1932 and was the first course in the United States open to players under age 18. Renovated in 2006, it remains beginner-friendly, with a second set of tees to create an 18-hole experience. Now offering FootGolf! More on Spring Creek Golf Course