The rolling hills of Pennsylvania create the perfect terrain for Greater Reading’s golf courses. The courses and clubs of Berks County offer varied amenities for golfers of all skill levels. Master your golf skills while enjoying the countryside of Reading, PA. Many golf courses offer outstanding refreshments at the 19th hole!
Whether visiting Greater Reading or simply looking for fun close to home, our daily-fee golf courses offer great play – only a short tee-shot away! Challenge your skills at a variety of top-notch courses in beautiful Greater Reading.
Enjoy a round of golf rolling hills in the southeastern rolling hills of Pennsylvania’s Americana Region. Built on land with a very long heritage, Arrowhead Golf Course now boasts 27 meticulously groomed holes, tee-to-green asphalt cart paths, manicured roughs,and elevated greens. The mature course has tree lined fairways, including 2,500 Norwegian Pines planted back in the early 1970s. The fairways are mixtures of Kentucky Blue and Perennial Rye, and the greens are bent grass, all irrigated with automatic sprinklers. The Blue course is a regulation par 35 course, at 2,505 yards and the Red & White course is a par 71, 6,002 yard course.
Manor Golf Club’s 18 hole championship-style course is located in a scenic country setting whose strength is not its length but its terrain, as the course is built on a mountain. Blind approach shots take place on six holes which can make playing the course a true test of golf for first time players. Keeping the ball in play is a premium as on most holes mature tree lines come into play. Its historic small, undulating greens require a sharp short game. After your round the Manor Golf Club enjoy the snack bar and daily lunch specials, plus a fully stocked bar. Dine on the shaded outdoor porch overlooking the course.
Reading Country Club—You’re not just playing golf, you’re playing history! From Lord Byron to Slamming Sammy, From hickory to graphite, you will NOT find another PUBLIC course that plays at this level of excellence!Reading Country Club, located just east of the city of Reading in Berks County, Pa. A pristine example of golf course architecture from the games “golden years.” Designed by Alexander Findlay, a Scotsman known as “The Father of American Golf”, the RCC layout remains a true shot-makers course that has challenged golfers from the era of hickory shafted niblicks to today’s titanium and graphite technological wonders. Today, under township ownership, Reading Country Club is open to the public, providing broad access to this historic and challenging golf course.