Huntingdon Valley’s golf course was designed by renowned architect William Flynn and play began on the 27-hole layout in April 1928. Flynn used the unusual property which features a wooded bowl with a stream at its bottom to great effect. The front nine is routed counter-clockwise around the top of the bowl while the back nine is laid out in a clockwise manner inside the front at the bottom of the bowl. Flynn’s routing provides continuity and consistency to each side. Also, it is somehow comforting to see the holes during the round that you will play later.
Huntingdon Valley is consistently ranked on Golf Week Magazines Top 100 Classic Courses and currently holds the #78 position. Huntingdon Valley is also ranked by Golf Digest as the #9 Course in the state of Pennsylvania. The course is frequently the host to many local, state, regional and national events and is host to the Philadelphia Senior Amateur in 2013 as well as the AJGA’s Philadelphia Open.
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