Chisel Creek Golf Club in Landenberg will close for good on Thursday, May 28, writes Fran Maye for the Daily Local News.
“There is no better game in the world than golf, and we feel honored to have shared our dream, which started over 30 years ago,” said owners John and Debbie Boxler.
The club was built in 1999 by architect Bill J. Hirsch Jr. and construction superintendent Luke Dye, who offered players a much more challenging course than the scorecards appeared to show. Over its 20 years, it has hosted numerous women’s and men’s leagues, golf lessons, and camps and outings. It has also held many celebrations.
“All of those memories we will cherish as we start this new chapter of our lives,” said the Boxlers.
The owners originally planned to allow golf play during the sale process of the 106-acre course but were unable to do so.
In April, Franklin Township supervisors considered a conditional use application for a potential craft brewery that would be housed in Chisel Creek’s 9,200-square-foot clubhouse.
Read more about Chisel Creek Golf Course in the Daily Local News here.