Known for impeccably maintained greens and the natural beauty of its rolling fairways, Hershey Country Club is steeped with rich history on every hole. Milton S. Hershey envisioned a chocolate enterprise whose profits would enrich the community, providing a finer and fuller life to the people connected with it. In 1930, he founded Hershey Country Club, giving up the first floor in his High Point Mansion to serve as the clubhouse. Since then, sporting excellence has been the key, attracting legendary golf heroes and players of all levels.
The game's top players have graced Hershey's fairways, including Byron Nelson, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, and former club professionals and World Golf Hall of Fame members Ben Hogan and Henry Picard. Today, Hershey remains a golf favorite for players, as well as those who prefer the sidelines. Throughout its history, Hershey has hosted various tournaments and earned prestigious accolades.