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165 Slatersville Rd
Biglerville, PA  17307-9013
United States
P: (717) 677-9264
F: (717) 677-7230
www.pineyapplegolf.com
Piney Apple Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 5,635 yards | 113 slope

61.4 rating | Blue grass


Piney Apple Golf Course


The 18-hole "Piney Apple" course at the Piney Apple Golf Course facility in Biglerville, Pennsylvania features 5,635 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 61.4 and it has a slope rating of 113 on Blue grass. Designed by L. Walter Hayes, the Piney Apple golf course opened in 1980. Peggy Buch manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

Friendly service and a great value. The course is rolling deep in the heart of orchard country, but is not overpowering and can be played with enjoyment by experienced and novice Golfers. The course is well maintained with some great views.

Reviewed November 19, 2009

For the money, this is the best course in my area by a long shot. Great scenery and great staff. Love this course and i will be there in the am at 7:15. lol

Reviewed August 04, 2008

Monday 4 August 2008: Beautiful and scenic course; A hidden gem in the middle of nowhere that's worth playing if you are looking for a nice leisurely, quiet round . This course has a nice combination of elevation changes and risk/reward holes that will tempt any grip it and rip it golfer to "go for it". No the course is not long but the need for "target golf" and "strategy" makes up for the length of the course. Staff is very laid back, accomodating and friendly. General Course conditions were not bad. Greens were in pretty good shape..a little slow, but still "GREEN". ; Fairways need some work but were still playable and because of what it cost us to play this should be taken as a comment and not a complaint- In all honesty, none of us could expect "Pristine conditions" for what we were charged and that is why we gave this course 4 stars for value. If you think this course charges too much, don't come to Baltimore because you will feel "ripped off" in comparison. One suggestion I would like to make: Because there is really no place to get food closeby, it would be nice if the course could put in a "Hot Dog" cooker or have a few "cold sandwiches". I know all of us would have bought one....or two !!. I would recommend this course to anyone.....but don't forget to bring food if you need to eat. We Thank You Piney Apple and we will return.

Reviewed October 09, 2007

Course conditions very dry and the ball rolled forever. Very short distances for ladies and definitely needed on some holes. Crazy maze of holes on back nine. No food at the course. Pro Shop is a trailer. Very cheap on weekdays

Reviewed July 30, 2007

It's worth driving and finding, another good bogey golfer dream place. Non golfing spouse enjoyed ride and scenery. Fairways on slopes pretty rough (3) and short of grass in late July. Great family run operation. Can only imagine how beautiful it is in spring with the orchards blossoming. Took my 94 and was happy.

Reviewed June 25, 2007

Can't stop playing!

Ok, this course needs some help but I still find it tugging at me every year to play. I would suggest playing this course early in the year before the weather dries it out and turns the fairways to concrete. The course scenery is wonderful being nestled in Adams County among the orchard and mountains. There is something about a playing a course designed and built by a local and family run. Very friendly!!!

Reviewed November 08, 2006

Very fun course

Piney Apple is a short course, but it is also very narrow at points. I found it to be very fun because there are several driveable par 4s and the par 5s are reachable in two shots. If you keep the ball in play, you can score very well here. The course was not really well taken care of, but it was good enough to be very enjoyable. I think it is worth trying especially if you are looking for a fun course with lots of wonderful views.

Reviewed September 21, 2006

Greg- Greencastle PA

As an average bogey golfer...my first outing at Piney Apple produced a 78, so I either golfed "way over my head" or this is not a challenging course. It certainly is not long; though not a long hitter, I drove two greens on this course. What is Piney Apple's gift is the great scenery and some really nice holes. Mountains in the distance plus "hacking" through an apple orchard are both pluses to this course. Manicured it is not, but a good round makes a good course (doesn't it?). A bit out of the way perhaps keeps the crowds down. I would recommend giving this course a try if looking for something new!

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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Brian S. 28 53 25 10/05/07
2 Michael D. N/A 51 51 06/28/12
3 Michael L. 12 80 68 08/04/09
4 christopher G. 17 85 68 06/30/07
5 Bryan P. 30 99 69 07/22/07
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About Piney Apple

Piney Apple Golf Course

Golf Only facility

3 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Peggy Buch, General Manager
Cory Buch, Superintendent
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