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162 Ridge Rd
Phoenixville, PA  19460-1531
United States
P: (610) 933-8836
F: (610) 933-0794
www.kimbertongolfclub.com
Kimberton Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,210 yards | 118 slope

67.6 rating | Rye grass


Kimberton Golf Course


The 18-hole "Kimberton" course at the Kimberton Golf Club facility in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania features 6,210 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70.The course rating is 67.6 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Rye grass. Designed by George Fazio, ASGCA, the Kimberton golf course opened in 1962. James Maack, PGA manages the course as the Co-Owner.

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Pro: open course is forgiving for newer players; very few areas where a bad drive will result in a lost ball. Greens were pretty well maintained. Most holes pretty straight on.

Cons: No driving range. I think there used to be one there, that has fallen into disrepair. Cart paths are atrocious. Goose droppings litter any fairway/green near the water hazard; Many tee boxes are in very bad shape; sand-repaired to the point of looking like a litter box.

Reviewed August 24, 2009

Considering the price I was expecting a better maintained course. I'll admit that the bee filled sand traps were an unexpected twist on the traditional hazard. However the fairways lacked definition to the point where fairway and rough were basically equal. The greens were fine though.

Reviewed August 11, 2009

A rather mundane back and forth course...limited problems...wide fairways, a few deep traps, little water. Nothing stands out here...crowded during my round and a bit slow. Not an exciting layout. I played Igleside, Inniscrone, Broad Run, and this course...all in two days...this was my least favorite. Bland golf...nothing grabs you. Can't place a signature hole though the par 3 ninth has a pond behind with a tree to the left and a trap to the right. If out to see scenic holes...not your place. If you're out to work on your game...average place.

Reviewed March 18, 2009

This is a fun course to play and the place I generally head to first when able to sneak in a round during the week. It's pretty flat, you can walk it in no time at all. I don't understand people who take a cart on this course. It's a bargain at the price, particularly the off season rates after 2pm. Can't beat $10 for a round on a Tom Fazio layout. There are some interesting holes, and some challenging approach shots like #3 over the water: If your drive is shaped properly you'll leave yourself a nice full 7 or 8 over the water to the green. There are some longish holes on this course, like the 465 yard #11 where your drive needs to be long and straight if you want to go at the green with anything shorter than a 4 or 5 iron. The par 3 14th is also longish at 208 from the blue tees. There are also some short holes, like #9 where a 9 iron or wedge from the tee will sometimes do it. The greens are good. The course is kept in pretty good shape. The staff are friendly and there is a bar and usually a local or member or 2 sitting having a beer. Some issues: The geese and ducks seem to love this place and you can tell when you have to roll your ball off geese droppings on the fairway. Worst on the holes near the water (#3 and #18). This is the type of course where you find people playing in jeans (I don't care about that myself) but it means you find people on the course who are not, let's say, experienced in the ways of the golf course. This means you can sometimes be stuck behind a 4 ball of hackers and be looking at a slow slow round. On the upside most people here are friendly and will usually let you through if they know to do so. Overall, a less formal, less imposing, but enjoyable course and I'm becoming somewhat of a regular.

Reviewed August 14, 2008

This is probably a good course for high to mid cappers due to its wide open setup and fairly forgiving hazard locations. I say "probably" because this is one of those courses I simply don't tend to play well despite its relative lack of difficulty. Year after year I usually score better on much more challenging courses, only to fall apart when I get to this course. Think this is coincidental based on when my swing happens to take a left turn (literally...), rather than having anything to do with the course itself, but it's weird nonetheless. Anyhow, there are some moderately challenging holes mixed in here and there, but this is largely an average track that can be enjoyable if you're anywhere near your game. Conditions are pretty good across the board, and pace of play on weekends is about standard for this area. Greens fees are about right for the quality of this course.

Reviewed September 11, 2007

Reviewed August 08, 2007

Good course for the beginner and average golfer. Well maintained. Good mix of easy and challenging holes. Rates are reduced after 4 PM. Not too crowded - specially after work to golf a quick nine.

Reviewed May 10, 2007

Kimberton Golf Course

Kimberton is a nice course that stays in good condition until late August. The course is wide open with water on several holes that can easily be avoided. The greens are in good shape and vary from fast to medium depending on the weather.

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  • Overall
  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Chuck G. N/A 44 44 08/05/07
2 B B. N/A 55 55 08/22/13
3 Paul A. 17 81 64 07/10/07
4 Terry L. 38 103 65 08/11/08
5 Paul A. 17 85 68 09/07/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
78 kenneth B. 15 99 84 06/20/14
2 B B. N/A 55 55 08/22/13
38 Bob A. 30 105 75 08/16/13
85 George P. N/A 100 100 08/11/13
86 B B. N/A 100 100 08/09/13

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About Kimberton

Kimberton Golf Club

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

James Maack, PGA, Co-Owner
James D. Kelly, Superintendent
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