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Parkview Golf Course


1000 E Derry Rd
Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033
Dauphin County
Phone(s): CLOSED


Editor's Note: Course closed for business.

The Hershey Park Golf Course opened in 1930, and was designed by famed golf course architect Maurice McCarthy who also designed the Hershey Country Club's West Course, the 9-hole Spring Creek Golf Course and the Hotel Hershey Course. The Hershey Park Golf Course was his first effort in Hershey and featured a challenging 18 holes with lots of changes in elevation and a meandering stream.

In the 1970s the course's name was changed to Parkview Golf Course. At 6,332 yards, the par-71 course featured traditional narrow fairways and was consistently ranked among the top public courses in south-central Pennsylvania. Renamed the Country Club on Hershey - South Course, it was managed by American Golf Company from 1994 until 2002. Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company bought it back from American Golf Company, renaming it Parkview Golf Course. Then in 2005, the course closed forever.

Type Private
Holes 18
  • Maurice McCarthy
Year built 1927
Guest Policy Reciprocal
Golf Season year round
Metal Spikes Allowed Yes
Driving Range Available Yes
Rental Carts Available Yes - included in green fees
Rental Clubs Available Yes
Pro Available
Tee Times Welcomed Yes
Price Range Weekdays $
Price Range Weekends $$
Credit Cards Accepted None


Tee Par Length Slope Rating
championship 70 6204 yd. 121 69.8
middle 70 5798 yd. 117 68.9
forward 71 4856 yd. 107 69.6

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