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Applebrook Golf Club
100 Line Road
Malvern, PA  19355                    Printable Version
email:  dmcnabb@applebrookgolfclub.com
web:  www.applebrookgolfclub.com

Architect:  Gil Hanse
Founded:  2001

 
 Club Contacts 
 
 
 President Anthony A. Nichols (610) 513-1127 
 Golf Professional David McNabb (610) 647-7667 
 General Manager Jared Viarengo (610) 647-7666 x10 
 Caddie Master Daniel McFalls (610) 647-7669 
 
 Slope Rating 
 
 

TeeFront RatingFront SlopeBack RatingBack SlopeCourse RatingCourse SlopeCourse Bogey
 Black 36.7139 37.0 138 73.7 139 99.4 
 Forward Composite 36.7131 35.7 130 72.4 131 0.0 
 Composite 36.2136 36.4 132 72.6 134 97.5 
 White 35.2125 34.1 121 69.3 123 0.0 
 Orange 35.9127 35.5 132 71.4 130 95.5 
 Yellow 35.2125 34.4 128 69.6 127 0.0 
 Forward Composite 33.8118 33.6 124 67.4 121 0.0 
 White 32.7117 32.2 121 64.9 119 0.0 
 
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 Club History 
 
 

Applebrook Golf Club was built on land formerly known as "Applebrook Farm.” Robert Williams originally owned the property, located just outside the historic village of Goshenville. He was the first settler in Goshen. The land was deeded to Williams in 1680 from William Penn, and it is one of the earliest Penn Land Grants in Chester County. The original Williams’ homestead, circa 1702, still remains on East Boot Road and is currently owned by Shirley Fox since 1971.

In 1715, the farm was acquired by Samuel Garrett. The Garrett family retained ownership of the land until 1900. A fieldstone house built by Garrett descendants has been renovated to serve as a meeting place for the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. The dairy barn has also been renovated and is being used as the Golf Course Superintendent’s headquarters. The East Goshen Historic Commission believes the name Applebrook originated from Samuel Horner who purchased the property in 1913.

On Jan. 27, 2000, the founding members came to an agreement with a local bank that made it possible to take upon the venture of starting a prestigious golf club on this land. Applebrook Golf Club’s first board of governors included Henry S. Belber II, Anthony A. Nichols, Hal Davis, William R. Burns, O. John Fuchs, Gary Daniels and Glen Davis. A unique mixture of developers, builders, businessmen and a Heisman trophy winner, this Board is solely responsible for conceptualizing a unique golf atmosphere. Architect Gil Hanse’s rich design measures 6,770 yards from the back tees.


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