The York, Pa., property includes an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Edmund Ault in 1971 and a 6,220-sq. ft. clubhouse with seating for 60 and a grille/snack bar area. The listing price is $1.65 million.
The owners of Honey Run Golf Course in York, Pa., have engaged Golf Property Analysts of Conshohocken, Pa., to serve as the agent for the sale of the facility, which includes 181-plus acres. The listing price for the property is $1.65 million.
The golf course at Honey Run GC was designed by Edmund Ault in 1971. From the blue tees, the course plays at 6,826 yards, with a slope of 129 and a rating of 72.6.
The 6,220-sq. ft. clubhouse features seating for 60.
According to the club’s website, its Stingers Bar & Grill recently underwent a renovation and has a menu that features appetizers as well as classic sandwiches, wraps and paninis, and beer on tap as well as in bottles and cans. Honey Run also offers pavilion and catering services.
Additional features include cart storage, located in the lower level of the clubhouse, with capacity for 40 cars. The clubhouse also features a pro shop that offers apparel, equipment, gifts and club service and rentals.
Amenities include a golf practice area with short-game area and putting greens. The sale would include golf course maintenance equipment and a course-maintenance facility that includes 7,200 square feet of space.
The club hosts golf outings and can accommodate a range of needs, including starting-hole assignments, set up and removal of signage from the course, personalized cart signs, set-up of skills contests, and rules and instructions prior to play.
Honey Run currently offers a range of memberships as well as non-member rates for play. Unlimited memberships are offered for single, couples and families. A basic weekday membership and junior membership also are available.
Member incentive programs, as well as weekday and weekend specials and special rates for seniors and military personnel, are offered.
More information on the course and sale can be found at www.golfprop.com
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