Honesdale Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Pennsylvania, chartered in 1900. HGC is a private club for the exclusive use of its members and their guests and is rich in traditions and family oriented in its values. Our golf course offers a challenging 18 holes using varying tee locations and what many consider some of the finest greens in golf. The course plays as a PAR 35 on the front nine and a PAR 35 on the back nine with the course record held by member and Masters Champion Art Wall Jr., who posted an amazing 27/31 for a record breaking round of 58 back in 1942. Rigorous conditioning by our professional staff, combined with an extensive irrigation system, assure a true test of every golfer’s skills and will bring into play all 14 clubs in your bag.
The Honesdale Golf Club is proud of our heritage and equally proud of our course and our membership. Private memberships are available with different membership options available to accommodate every golfing lifestyle. Applications are available online or at the pro shop, and our staff welcomes any and all questions and is available to assist you in every way.
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Please note our Dress Code
1. Appropriate golf dress attire is required on the course and in the clubhouse at all times for members and guests ages 10 and up.
2. Men’s Dress Code: Examples of proper attire for men include shirts with a collar (mocks are acceptable), and golf slacks or tailored shorts. Shorts should be at or near knee length. T-shirts, sleeveless shirts, tank tops, sweat pants, warm up pants, cut-offs and athletic shorts are examples of unacceptable course or clubhouse attire for men.
3. Women’s Dress Code: Examples of proper attire for women include golf skirts, slacks, capris, golf shorts, collared tops or athletic tops. Tank tops, halter tops, sweat pants, warm-up pants and cut-offs are examples of unacceptable course or clubhouse attire for women.
4. Sweaters and jeans may be worn by men and women before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, during the off-season, as defined by the board of directors.