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Penn Oaks Golf Club
150 Penn Oaks Drive
West Chester, PA  19382                     Printable Version
email:  jesse@pennoaksgolfclub.com
web:  www.pennoaksgolfclub.com

Architect:  Russell Roberts
Founded:  1965

 
 Club Contacts 
 
 
 President John DiMarco (610) 399-0501 
 Director of Golf Harry D. Hammond, Jr. (610) 399-8898 
 Golf Professional Jesse Hallett (610) 399-8898 
 Club Manager Stephen DiMarco (610) 933-0501 
 General Manager Stephen DiMarco (610) 933-0501 
 Superintendent Mark Williams (610) 842-1366 
 
 Slope Rating 
 
 

TeeFront RatingFront SlopeBack RatingBack SlopeCourse RatingCourse SlopeCourse Bogey
 Crown 0.00.0 72.5 136 0.0 
 William Penn 39.3140 38.5 143 77.8 142 0.0 
 Cannon 37.6132 37.1 135 74.7 134 0.0 
 William Penn 35.9130 35.2 131 71.1 131 0.0 
 Liberty Belle 36.6123 35.3 123 71.9 123 0.0 
 Cannon 34.7125 34.3 129 69.0 127 0.0 
 Liberty Bell 0.00.0 66.7 121 0.0 
 
 Directions 
 
 

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 Club History 
 
 

Like a number of other Philadelphia area courses, Penn Oaks is routed over land granted to William Penn by Charles II in the latter part of the 17th century. Over the next 300 years, this West Chester tract would pass through several hands before it was acquired by Alfred J. Vilone, Sr., in 1965. Mr. Vilone, it may be recalled, was the principal founder and first president of Cavaliers Country Club.

Pleased with the work that Maryland-based Russell Roberts had done in designing the Cavaliers course, Vilone commissioned him to lay out Penn Oaks. The result is a fairly tight eighteen which demands straight driving. The greens are generous targets, but the combination of both bold and subtle breaks makes putting an adventurous undertaking and gives the course much of its character.

Alfred Vilone owned and operated Penn Oaks until 1990, at which time it was purchased by the Iacobucci Organization, and then in 2005 a group of local businessmen purchased the club and it remains a private club.


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