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Dress Code:

Gentlemen must wear golf polo shirts, with collars and sleeves, unless approved by Club Management as acceptable fashion. Slacks or golf shorts must be worn. No tank tops, tee shirts, cutoffs, cargo shorts, sweat pants, bathing suits, athletic shorts, gym apparel, or tennis shorts are permitted. Golf hats and visors must be worn with the bill facing forwards, not backwards.

Ladies must wear proper golf attire which includes dresses, shirts, golf slacks or shorts and blouses. No halter tops, bathing suits, sweat pants, athletic shorts, gym apparel, tennis shorts or short shorts are permitted. Ladies may wear sleeveless tops with a collar.

Permitted Golf Shoes:

The Broad Run Golfer's Club is a spikeless facility. Metal and ceramic spikes are prohibited on the practice areas and golf course. When in doubt of whether attire conforms to the Club's dress code policy, please seek adivice of the Professional Golf Staff.

Handicap Service:

Handicaps are necessary for many local and regional competitive tournaments. To establish a handicap you must record your scores after each round of golf. You can purchase your handicap service in the pro shop.  CLICK HERE to enter your scores.

Questions & Answers:

Q. Is Broad Run a private golf club?
A. No, we are open to the public. We do offer memberships.

Q. Is walking allowed or are carts required?
A. Walking is not allowed. Our golf course is stretched out over 372 acres and there are many hills. All of our fees include a golf cart.

Q. Are any reciprocal privileges afforded to the annual pass holders?
A. Yes, membership holders have reciprocal priveleges at Iron Valley Golf Club in Lebanon, PA: www.ironvalley.com

Q. Who designed the golf course?
A. Rees Jones designed the golf course.

Q. Does Broad Run offer a practice area?
A. Yes, it consists of a driving range with grass hitting area, target greens, short game area and practice putting green.

Q. Is golf instruction offered?
A. Yes, our club professionals offer both group and private instruction.

Q. What is the average pace of play for an 18 hole round at Broad Run?
A. Our average pace of play is 4 1/2 hours.

Q. Do I need a tee time to get on the course?
A. We recommend you make a tee time online or call us at 610-738-4410.

Q. Does Broad Run allow fivesomes?
A. No. We limit groups to four players to maintain our pace of play.

Q. Does Broad Run allow the general public to host banquets, parties or social and civic meetings in the clubhouse?
A. Yes. The clubhouse is available on a first come-first serve basis.

Q. Is Broad Run available for the general public to host golf outings?
A. Yes. Both membership holders and the general public are invited to host golf outings at Broad Run.

Q. What days of the week are available for outings?
A. All days will be given consideration.

Q. What kind of grass is used on the greens?
A. Bent grass, which provides the most consistent playing surface throughout the year in this climate.

Q. What days of the week are available for banquets?
A. All days will be given consideration.

Q. Does Broad Run Golfer's Club allow outside food and beverage to be brought onto the property?
A. Broad Run asks that all food and beverage be purchased through the Bordley House Grille. We do have the right to inspect all coolers that come on to the property.  Alcohol MUST be purchased from the golf course.