About Honeybrook Golf Club

Opened: 2000

Architect: Jim Blaukovitch

The Logo: The white ball on a green field that represents the beautiful bent-grass that runs throughout the club. The center is honey-colored, and sweeps through the logo like the Brandywine Creek runs through the course. The deep blue represents the beautiful Chester County sky.

Land: The course was built in 2000 on 165 acres of an old dairy farm. A par-70 that plays 6341 yards from the tips, the course will not overwhelm you with length, but it will ask you to use most of the clubs in your bag.

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