Perched on a hilltop, the Inniscrone Golf Club clubhouse is an enchanting colonial structure made of stone walls with a white porch and columns. But that's not the only feature that draws inspiration from the past. Carved through the rolling hills of Chester County, the 18-hole, par 70 course conjures an old world feel with fairways threaded through mature trees, mounds, and thick rough. The layout also reflects strategic course design, especially on the par-four 18th hole. Though only 350 yards from tee to green, the signature finishing hole plays into an elevated green guarded by a gauntlet of bunkers, like the secret lair of a paranoid greenskeeper.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Length of 6,561 yards from the tips * Course rating of 72.1 from the tips * Slope rating of 143 from the tips * Five tee options * Scorecard
Staff Size: 25?50 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Make sure you remember your socks. If you have a big group, call ahead to see how busy it is. Enjoy.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Fun Zone for kids,
Laser Tag for teens
Boomers Family Fun Center offers entertainment to visitors of any age. It's a line that a lot of family-friendly entertainment places use, but Boomers' staff truly tailors activities to entertain different sensibilities. For kids, they provide more than 8,000 square feet of slides, tubes, tunnels, and climbable play sets, comprised of soft, inflated bits. They pair this Fun Zone with an arcade full of ticket-yielding games and prizes to be had if you earn enough tickets or impersonate an official prize inspector. Meanwhile, the 3,200 square foot, multi-level laser tag arena provides competitive play tailored to teens. Adults, of course, can enjoy either form of activity with their kids or friends, or make use of the mini golf course and riving range, weather permitting.
Most Popular Service: Private Golf Lessons
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Pro Tip: Golf Better Center is a home of outdoor practice and an outstanding teaching facility.
Cleaved into a pristine expanse of rolling hills and dense woodlands, Chisel Creek Golf Club’s 18-hole course gently rises and falls across 6,203 yards of moderately challenging terrain. Large, undulating greens supply the bulk of the difficulty at the par 70 course, complemented by tight tree lines and dramatically sloped terrain that forces more awkward stances than a middle school dance. A duo of duffers can loop the lush labyrinth astride a nimble golf cart before retiring to the Creekside Grille to refuel with a homemade chicken-salad sandwich (a $5.50 value) or a zesty buffalo-chicken wrap (a $6.50 value).
There are a number of ways to enjoy the game of golf without hitting the links, and Tee It Up Golf provides just about all of them. Its two-level 52-stall driving range accommodates seasoned veterans as well as newcomers developing their own swing using Tee It Up's rental clubs. Kids can set out on the 18-hole mini-golf course or enroll in a summer golf camp to learn to navigate the world of golf proper. For golfers longing for faraway links, the facility's golf simulator allows you to tee off or yell at birds on digital versions of 30 courses from around the world.
Bordley House Grille takes its name from 18th-century gentleman farmer John Beale Bordley, who ran his Chester County estate with seasonal crop rotation, artisanal brewing, and self-sufficiency in mind. Though the restaurant is nestled on an idyllic golf course rather than a sprawling farm, the staff carries on Mr. Bordley's traditions with a seasonally changing menu. The menu offers homey comfort food such as chicken, pastry baked salmon, burgers, and pulled-pork sandwiches. A covered patio lined with lantern-tipped columns welcomes visitors into the rustic two-story mortar-and-slate farmhouse, where rough stone walls, fireplaces, and chairs upholstered with padded leather evoke an earthy, organic ambience.