A babbling brook and three small ponds that come into play on nine holes make this mature relatively open course challenging. Add fifty bunkers and it doesn't take long to recognize that those who hit well placed shots will reap greater rewards than those of the grip it and rip it school of golf.
This gem of a layout had been a well-kept secret for forty years. That's because from 1955 to 1995 it was operated as a private country club. Local businessmen acquired the property, opening it to the public, and began making massive improvements.
The one thing we couldn't improve upon was the natural beauty. The brooks, ponds, mature foliage and mountainous backdrops that offer awe-inspiring scenic vistas work together to enhance the round immensely. Range End features small manicured greens with open approach shots. With several choices of tees, Range End offers challenges for all skill levels.
Centrally located within thirty minutes of Harrisburg, York, Carlisle and Gettysburg.