Shadows lie on the course at Chapel HillCloseup view of a hole at Chapel HillA sand trap next to a hole at Chapel HillView of a hole in the distance on the course at Chapel HillView of a mountain ridge beyond the course at Chapel HillCloseup of a hole on the course at Chapel HIllChapel Hill Golf Club in the fall

Chapel Hill Golf Course in Reading, PA

Built through trees and plenty of water, Chapel Hill was designed by Donald Holloway of Sinking Spring, PA. The entire course and property has been owned and managed by the Holloway Family since Chapel Hill’s inception. Currently, Ryan Holloway is the Director of Club Operations, and William Holloway is the Course Superintendent.

The unique course is a par 70, 6,056-yard championship-style golf course that challenges players of all skill levels. With a variety of shots guarded by water and many fairways lined with trees, players will use every club in their bag while playing an enjoyable round of golf.

View of a hole in the distance on the course at Chapel HillCloseup view of a hole at Chapel HillChapel Hill Golf Club in the fallShadows lie on the course at Chapel HillA sand trap next to a hole at Chapel HillView of a mountain ridge beyond the course at Chapel HillCloseup of a hole on the course at Chapel HIll