Inniscrone Golf Club Reviews

1 Clubhouse Dr. Avondale, PA 19311
Average Rating: 
 of 5.0  
Based on 2 member reviews
Average Cost: $29.00        
1 member(s) paid on avg $29.00
Inniscrone Golf Club is a public golf course that features 18 holes of fine golf in Chester County. This par 70 golf club is located in Avondale, PA. We offer Inniscrone Golf Club Tee Times for this course below.
Par: 70 Holes: 18
Phone: 610.869.8800
Website: Inniscrone Golf Club
Range: Turf
Courses Near By:
Loch Nairn Golf Club ~ 3 miles, Chisel Creek Golf Club... ~ 5 miles,

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Inniscrone Golf Club Reviews ~ ( 2 )

Severn, MD
321 Reviews
Date Played:
Overall Rating:  
3.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $29
With the Tee Time Book, the cost to play was $29, which is a good price to play a round. Another new course as part of the Raspberry Trail offerings, I wanted to play this one. (I'm working my way around playing all the courses, and have played all in VA and MD, and 75% in PA.) The good aspects of this course are the fairways were green and like carpet (although a little wet from the overnight rain), five different tee boxes to choose from, and a variety of holes that kept it both interesting and challenging. There are several holes with environmental carry, narrow fairways/landing areas, and elevation changes. We bought a yardage book to ensure we knew where the carries and environmental areas were. The areas I thought could be improved are the tee boxes are a bit chewed up, the bunkers needed raking particularly after last night's storm, and there is no direct route to get to this course from the Baltimore area--my GPS wouldn't pick it up and the directions on their website didn't provide information coming South from the Baltimore area. It was a convoluted route to get there via MapQuest. Also, they had several wastewater treatment lagoons running alongside a couple holes, which was strange to be on a golf course. Only bathrooms are in the clubhouse on the turn. It was so hot today, it was a good thing the beverage cart was moving around. For me, it was an okay course, but not one of the Raspberry Trail premiers. For $29, it's worth a try, but not a course I personally am enamored with.


Newark, DE
20 Reviews
Date Played:
Overall Rating:  
2.0 out of 5.0
I have seen this course go from a private course, to a high end daily course and now basically a muni course. It has closed in between those changes.

They run a lot of speicals and now i know why. THis course needs a lot of work.

The low rates and speicals seems to have drawn those golfers who do not know how to repair divots and ball marks becuase the greens are a mess .
because of ball marks.

Every 2 or 3 holes there is a sign talking about pace of play and another notice in the cart that to keep our and if there is a problem call the pro shop.

After sitting behind a 2-some where one player took 8 shots on a par 3 to get it past the red tees, we asked to play through. They said no and jumped in their carts and went to the green. At the turn I mentioend this to the pro shop staff and they said, "pick up and move ahead a hole (skip a hole)!!!

Oh well, i wonder how long it will be able to stay open this time