From their origins in Scotland, golf courses were built from the land as it was found.
The architect of Groff’s Farm Golf Course embraced that hilosophy and continued this original tradition.
In the designing and construction of the golf course, the eighteen holes of the golf course are uniquely woven with the picturesque rolling terrain of the Pennsylvania countryside so that it flows with the natural beauty of the land.
Each hole retains it’s own individuality.
The course can be played from the numerous tees to provide a air and challenging test to golfers of all ability levels.
Originally opened in 1998 as Groff’s Farm Golf Club, the course is now known as Highlands of Donegal.