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1503 Lititz Rd
Manheim, PA  17545-8838
United States
P: (717) 898-7852
Evergreen Course

18 hole executive length course

Public golf course

66 par | 4,569 yards | 119 slope

70.0 rating | Other grass

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Evergreen Golf Course

The 18-hole "Evergreen" course at the Evergreen Golf facility in Manheim, Pennsylvania features 4,569 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 66. The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 119 on Other grass. Designed by Grabel Londenecker/Elvin Simmons, the Evergreen golf course opened in 1969. Andrew Longenecker manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed August 15, 2013

My group of ladies have a ball when we go here. The course is always beautiful and the greens are cut short. We like to walk so this flat course is perfect for us. The staff is always friendly and go out of their way to accommodate us. Their Senior rate is a steal so we get great bang for our buck.

Reviewed October 24, 2012

I rate this course very good for all golfers looking to have an enjoyable 18 holes of moderately challenging golf. With 4600 yards the par is 66. Greens, fairways and rough are all maintained well and very playable. The staff is very cordial. I have been playing at least once a week for the last 3 months and have found the pace of play very good. The members and regulars are very friendly.

Reviewed May 12, 2012

Date: 5/2012. Course is in very good condition. But not going back: BRUTALLY, AGONIZINGLY slow play. I was playing 2 golf balls and still had time to read War & Peace while waiting for the people in front of me: no kidding - 5-10 minute waits per hole. If the slow players would show some kindness and let people play thru, maybe it wouldn't be so bad. But not taking that chance again; gave up and walked off the course. A shame - I think it's the best I've seen the course.

Reviewed June 13, 2011

This is a short course that is completely flat with little challenge or interesting holes. That's the bad news. The good news is that it's a wonderful place to regain your confidence after several poor outings at much more difficult courses which will propel you to play better the next time out...I speak with experience. It's also well maintained and the greens are in excellent condition. The price at $15 to walk on weekends is a steal (you don't need to ride) and they do have logo ball, a huge plus in my books. Overall not bad, but probably wouldn't go back unless the game starts slipping away in which case I'd go to find my confidence, a much overlooked value to how well you play.

Reviewed May 27, 2010

This Course has really gone down hill. I have been golfing there for two years and watched this Course and it's Staff go from being Excellent to absolute Trash.....yes Trash. Fairways used to be well kept, roughs short, and greens smooth. Today the Fairways are like Medium Roughs, the Rough is a Jungle, and the Greens are a hideos mess of divot holes and gash marks.

The courteous Staff I loved two years ago has become a pack of ill-tempered Grump-aloic and the worst of them is the Marshall. Heaven forbid you walk this course. Forget that the Foursome in front of you in carts is log jamming the course; because you walking the Marshall keeps telling you to hurry up and from time to time let the group behind you pass because they are in carts. Just because you're walking doesn't mean your the cause of the log jam. I am sick of people in carts in front of me playing super slow while the Marshall harps on me and my foursome because we are walking. He might want to pay attention to who is really jamming up the course instead of harashing walkers.

Oh, the one time I used a cart it kept sputtering out, I had to keep chocking it to get it moving, and heaven forbid I ask for a cart that works. I walked faster then that cart moved and who was the Marshall hasseling that day.....the people behind us who where walking faster then our slower then slower carts.

This course used to have only one challenge. No it has no maintance, no courtesy, no sense, and you get the point. What once made this course charming is gone. If you like being harshed, having carts that don't work and course conditions that are worse then my front lawn then by all means play here, if not go somewhere else. Treetop costs as much and is far more pleasent, plus no Marshall giving you grief.

Reviewed June 27, 2009

Great course for the beginner like me. Get to use all of your clubs but not overwhelming. Suggest for high handicappers and beginners. Easy to walk on. Played twice while on vacation took about 2 hours a round. Great value I think it was 13 bucks a round

Reviewed July 18, 2008

Evergreen is what it is. It's a hackers course and makes to claims to the contrary. That being said, the staff is generally friendly (especially the marshalls), the course is well maintained, and it's cheap. Great course for beginner and older golfers. Even though #15 (I think) is a 500+ killer of a whole. If you go into Evergreen with the proper expectations, you will walk away pleased.

Reviewed July 27, 2007

Most golf courses are built for a purpose...some challenge the best of golfers while others are built to please the "other half". This was positively the least interesting course I've ever done (over 70 courses). Perfect for the "older generation" which totally occupied the course...and kids who are a little more improved than utilizing the Pitch and Putt course. Other than that, this course serves no point. 233 yard Par 4s? Absolutely flat course? No water and few traps? There's nothing interesting about this course. The corn fields aren't really in to play if you hit anything near normal. At least the kind folks let me play through and my round took only 2 hours. My handicap is 15 and I shot a 3 challenge here. I don't plan to come back...but the course serves a purpose...just not mine.

Reviewed December 17, 2006


People are very friendly!

Reviewed August 04, 2006

'tis fun

Don't expect to be challenged by Evergreen. It's a good size for an "executive" course, but it still offers the average golfer a few good shots at eagle; those with a 250+ drive can easily reach four or five par-4 greens. There's only one par-5 here, the 16th, a 500-yard straight away blast. If you reach the wooden structure in the middle of the 16th fairway, you've hit it 280 yards. The major challenge here is corn - out-of-bounds cornfields hug four of the fairways and once a ball has entered one of those fields, it belongs to farmer Brown (or whoever). Trespassing is forbidden in the cornfields. The ninth is the only water hole. A 12' x 12' pool of water awaits any golf who muffs his drive.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 frank M. 23 44 21 07/26/07
2 Daniel G. 18 47 29 10/27/13
3 Justin H. N/A 47 47 06/02/10
4 mike G. 26 75 49 08/27/12
5 Cory A. 31 81 50 09/12/09
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About Evergreen Golf

Evergreen Golf

Golf Only facility

18 executive holes

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Course Staff

Andrew Longenecker, General Manager
Donald Noll, Superintendent
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