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 2020 Early Bird Membership Special!!

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Purchase a 2020 Membership and pay in full by March 1, 2020 and receive 2019's membership rates!

It is the welcoming feeling that members experience at Pinecrest Lake Golf & Country Club that makes it so special. From the time you enter our stunning Adirondack-style clubhouse to hitting your first tee shot, you will see why. Our scenic mountain course offers a challenge for golfers of all abilities and is also very playable for beginners from our new "Tee It Forward" tees. With six sets of tees, our course offers something for golfers of all levels. Both competitive championship and recreational play are among the golfing opportunites that come with membership to Pinecrest Lake. If you are looking to polish your game, we also have a full practice facility with grass hitting areas. Lessons and clinics are available as well.

Pinecrest Lake Golf & Country Club is a private, par 72, 18-hole championship mountain golf course that measures a deceptive 6,215 yards from the back tees. Established in 1998, this J. Chrisopher Cummins designed course features an unusual layout with six par 3's, six par 4's and six par 5's that meander among the natural landscape and showcases our native pine trees, mountain laurel and rhododendrons. Over 200+ feet of elevation changes make for scenic views and challenging club selection. Our returning 'nines' course features tee-to-green bentgrass which only enhances the private playing experience.

In the Clubhouse and around the course at Pinecrest Lake there is a heart-felt sense of belonging, a warm interaction in club activities, in social events, in casual rounds and in friendly competitions. Pinecrest Lake has a committed and enthusiastic membership that creates a strong sense of community for all involved. Pinecrest Lake Golf & Country Club is the ideal setting for you, your family and friends.

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Our golf club will open for the season on Friday, May 8th.

Hours of operation will be
Monday thru Friday 8:00AM TO 6:00PM.
Saturday and Sunday 7:30AM TO 6:00PM.
Golf only operations will be following restrictions., amended protocols and adhering to current CDC
guidelines of "social distancing" and sanitation practices. 
Pinecrest Lake Golf Club has developed these COVID-19 guidelines in conjunction with recommendations from the NGCOA "Park and Play" program, PGA, Philadelphia
Association of Golf and pennsylvania Alliance for Golf (PAG).
For the more serious golfers, the USGA has also established temporary measures
and recommendations on revised rules of golf for Handicapping (www.usga.org) that have also been incorporated to our procedures.
TEE TIMES: Tee times will be mandatory for ALL members and guests. A "no contact" advanced payment method will be instituted. Pre-paid golf fees will be charged by
house charge account only and paid at the time of the telephone reservation. Walk-up
tee times will NOT be accepted.
At this time, tee times will be spaced at fifteen (15) minute intervals to ensure safe practice.
PRACTICE: The driving range and putting green will be open for use fifteen (15) minutes
prior to your tee time.Range use will be on a "bring your own balls" basis at this time.
Putting green cups have been filled with foam inserts. Flags are not to be touched.
SOCIAL DISTANCING: Social distancing should always be strictly maintained at places on the course and club property. No tailgating or other social gatherings are permitted.

GOLF CART USAGE: Staff will have a clean/sanitized Club cart(s) for registered tee times.
Only one (1) person per golf cart will be permitted. This also applies to the use of private owned carts. The ONLY exception will be for members residing in the same household may
ride together.

No more than four (4) carts/players per hole.

COURSE: Flags will remain in place, as per pin placement sheets. Cups will be covered
with foam inserts. Pins are always to remain in place. (See USGA Rule 1.2B.)
Once the ball hits the cup/stick, the hole will be considered "hole out" as per USGA COVID
-19 recommendations and Rule3.3 of the Rules of Handicapping. Bunkers will be designated
"ground under repair" and considered part of the general area, (See rule 16.1) Once the hole
is finished, players must proceed to the next hole.