Transformed from the lush rolling Pennsylvania countryside, Honey Run Golf Club opened in 1971. It was designed by noted golf course architect Edmund Ault. Honey Run features a 6,797-yard, par 72 course with water coming into play on eight holes highlighted by the Honey Run Creek which weaves through the property. Large, spacious putting greens are well-bunkered and offer a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. As the host of numerous amateur and professional golf events including Nike Tour (now Web.com Tour) and the LPGA Futures Tour (now Symetra Tour), Honey Run offers a 4,400 square-foot clubhouse with professionally stocked golf merchandise and a full-service grillroom. Additionally, the club offers a natural grass driving range and large putting green.