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Fun place to visit, especially for families!
Not that much to do if you've been there a couple times already
In a nutshell
More than just the chocolate factory and amusement park
PinkFloydActuary Says: We arrived in Hershey mid-day, so we didn't want to spend money on the park for only half a day. Instead, we felt it would be nice to stretch our legs here at the Gardens. Overall, there are many things to walk around and see. Start with the various themed gardens around the...
PinkFloydActuary Says: This is a neat little food stop (not really in Hershey - but in neighboring Palmyra.) We made this our choice after reading it was the best pizza in the area. Well, I guess that's all relative :) You order at a counter, and they'll call your number to pick up your food (huge...
If you are a masochist then this is the course for you.
For $85, you can spend three hours being tortured, frustrated and having you self-esteem destroyed. It is truly humbling and humiliating to play this course unless you are better than average golfer. We duffers should avoid this course at all cost.
Even playing the short tees at 4900 yards (7100 yards for the long tees) is grueling. The whole course is up, down and all around. Narrow fairways, gorse along the edges with horrible rough up to 10 inches long; water hazards that are voracious as wild pigs hungry for your balls; greens with pin locations in 11-inch rises. And everything is so well kept that you have to believe the establishment knows they are frustrating you on purpose (no one to blame but your own poor skills).
Greens are bent grass and play fast in the summer heat.
There is a strict dress code (collared shirt, long pants or normal shorts, rubber spikes only).
Driving ranges and putting greens and chipping greens are all available for your warm up exercises.
For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, give this course a shot.
Written Jul 4, 2007
Address: 100 Hanshue Road