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Broad Run Golfer's Club

Broad Run Golfer's Club

1520 Tattersall Way West Chester, PA 19380-1594 Phone:   (610) 738-4410 URL:   Course Website

Broad Run Golfer's Club is located in the West Chester, PA countryside. With an enormous 372-acre canvas, world-renowned golf course designer, Rees Jones carefully sculpted this stunning property into a golfing masterpiece.

The club offer premier playing conditions, tranquil beauty and unsurpassed customer service. Stretching 6,826 yards with a par 72, the majestic layout takes full advantage of its dramatic elevation changes and skillful design features presenting a worthy challenge to golfers of all levels.

Course Information for Broad Run Golfer's Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Pegasus Golf Management

Broad Run Golfer's Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Phil Larsen/Rees Jones, ASGCA
72 par, 6,826 yards
73.0 rating, 132 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $75.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Lori VanSickle, LPGA, General Manager
Golf Professional: Lori VanSickle, LPGA

Putting Green
Chipping Area
Practice Bunker
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
Lessons Available
Driving Range

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility
Member Owned Carts Allowed

West Chester, PA

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Broad Run Golfer's Club 4.1 5 31 31
Rude staff Very rude staff at this cousre. But other than the mean staff beautiful golf course. March 1, 2015
DISSAPOINTING Paid a premium price of $59 in November! An outrage especially when holes 4 and 5 had unplayable fairways! Both fairways had tractors going up and down fairways. They didnt even stop to let us play through. Also, came across a bow hunter! On a golf course while people are playing!! Never came across that before. There were no rangers out there. When I told the general manager, Jeff Broadbelt, he said they allow that!! Couldnt beleive it!! I expressed my concern about safety and he walked away!! WOW!! So beware fellow golfers!! Dont wear dark colors or take a leak in the woods!! November 5, 2014
Excellent Shape My first time back to Broad Run in a few years - used to play it once or twice a year but the conditions started to deteriorate. Course was in awesome shape when we played, greens rolled really well, tee boxes were great and fairways were solid. Clubhouse is nice and they have a really great patio - good beer selection as well (but you can't take the good ones out on the course). Love the layout and views of the course - club selection is always key on a few holes (2, 6, 9 and some of the short par 3's where wind and downhill really come into play). August 1, 2014
Broad Run has lost it's luster I played Broad Run for the first time in 2014 today. I have been a huge fan of this course for years, and after the latest ownership change I was eager to get out there to check it out. Upon arrival the pro shop attendant (who was asleep behind the counter) checked me in and after telling me that I owed the greens fee of $81, he said "wow, that's expensive." Expensive indeed, but I was happy to pay as Broad Run never disappoints and I have heard only good things recently. Our tee time was 8:20, and after waiting around the putting green, we finally teed off at 8:35, pretty early in the day for a backlog, but ok, no biggie. My tee shot on 1 found the 2nd fairway bunker and firmly plugged in the mud next to the pond of water covering 50% of the bunker. Very disappointing for a course of BR's stature, but maybe the crew was busy pumping water out of bunkers and hadn't gotten to this one yet. As it turns out, 60-70% of the bunkers were either washed out and ponded with water, totally muddy, or just ungroomed. Totally unacceptable for $81 rack rate. The pace of play was absolutely terrible, we waited to hit almost all day and our round clocked in at just over 5 hours. We saw a ranger once, he apologized for the pace and promised to get things moving, and he did for 3 or 4 holes, but we never saw him after the turn and the back 9 was painfully slow. The golf carts had a nice little sign advertising food to call ahead and order for pickup on the turn. When we got to the 9th tee we called to order a few sandwiches, the girl who answered the phone said she wouldn't have any food to offer until 11am. We called at 10:50. I can see not having food available during the week, but this is Sunday in peak season. One of my playing partners left his wedge on a previous hole and didn't realize it until his approach on #9, so on the turn he politely asked our friend behind the pro shop counter if he could radio the ranger to see if anyone had turned it in, he said "why don't you go look for it? If anyone finds it they're going to keep it, that's what people do." After insisting that he call the ranger, the ranger confirmed that he had the club and promptly brought the club to the clubhouse, problem solved. The pro shop attendant was completely unprofessional and rude from start to finish. Overall the condition of the course was average, fairways and tees were nice, bunkers were terrible (not just the condition previously stated, but the edging had been totally let go), greens were inconsistent, some fast and smooth, some bumpy and slower. I left Broad Run today feeling extremely disappointed. This course has the potential to charge $81 to play, and has realized that potential in the past, but in its current condition, I'd be hard pressed to say its worth any more than $60 on a weekend morning. Needless to say, I won't be returning to Broad Run (nor will I be recommending to anyone), and that's a bummer because I really love the layout, but this incarnation of BRGC is a bad value and total waste of time. Sorry guys, I love Iron Valley, but you need to pay more attention to Broad Run, it's terrible. July 13, 2014
hidden gem This course is tucked away in the woods of scenic chester county. The conditions are always amazing here, the course is challenging yet fun, the views are amazing. The course is beautiful and I would play here every week if I lived closer. You can't beat the value of this place. Easily one of the top 5-10 public courses in the philly area. May 28, 2014
Nice course with plenty of elevation Fun yet challenging course. Lots of elevation so impossible to walk. Every hole is different, except for the par 3s which all seem to be downhill. Fairways and greens in great shape. A bit of a hike from Philadelphia, but worth it every once in a while! May 5, 2014
The Views! This was one of the most enjoyable rounds of golf I've ever played. There is a lot of undulation and you have to think your way around the course and pick your spots. It's challenging, but not so difficult that you can't score, there are many birdie opportunities because the course isn't overly long. Staff was great. Conditions were great. Views of the PA farm country were amazing! Highly recommend checking this one out. February 15, 2014
Great course with unique holes Great place to play. The course has some very interesting holes. Played on a Thursday morning so pace of play was great..Golf carts are equipped with GPS systems a plus. All the staff were very friendly defiantly a plus. Will play course again for sure. April 2, 2013
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