One of America’s Greatest Golf Courses
Welcome to Moselem Springs Golf Course
Moselem Springs Golf Club in Fleetwood, PA has been recognized as one of America’s greatest golf courses. Set in the lush, rolling hills of Berks County, it is truly a spectacular “golfing enclave of great natural beauty and a course of unusual charm and excellence”, to quote its founder, Hawley Quier.
For 50 years, this pristine, George Fazio designed course has lured the finest golfers in the State and beyond, as well as been a venue for teaching and nurturing those new to the game. It is also the perfect locale for building and networking corporate relationships. As a golf-only club, with a highly acclaimed restaurant, the focus is always on a sublime experience…
Moselem Springs Golf Club is a 6808 yard, par 70 course from the championship tees. The six different sets of tees offer a playable and enjoyable course to all levels of golfers, including juniors and beginners. The course is widely considered as one of the most challenging, scenic, and historical courses in Pennsylvania – hosting the 1968 United States Women’s Open Championship, 1996 and 2011 Pennsylvania Open’s and home to the prestigious annual Hawley Quier Memorial.
Hawley Quier, former publisher of the Reading Eagle newspaper in Reading, PA, had avocations of golf and fishing. He came from a golfing family. Every member has long been identified with the game in the Eastern Pennsylvania area. Let him relate how the Moselem Springs Golf Club came into being:
“Some years ago on what must have been the hottest day of that summer I sought relief for mind and spirit in the spring-fed pond on what was termed the ‘family farm’ at Moselem Springs. Moments later, raising my head from the surface of the water, I recall, vividly looking over the terrain and saying to myself, ‘What a wonderful natural setting for a golf course!’
“The ‘family farm’ is now a memory and a golf course has been designed and constructed by George Fazio which has surpassed by far the scope of my ‘dream’ and also some preliminary plans which were drafted by other capable golf architects.”
We of the Moselem Springs Golf Club have another dream – that our friends of today and others who we trust will be our friends of tomorrow may derive pleasure from a golfing enclave of great natural beauty and a course of unusual charm and excellence.
Moselem Springs Golf Club opened in 1964 and was host to the Women’s Open Championship of the USGA in 1968 and is proud to be listed as one of the top courses in the nation.
The club dress code policy will be strictly enforced.
Appropriate attire for men and junior boys includes the following: polo-type shirts with sleeves and collar, turtleneck or mock turtleneck, and must be worn tucked in trousers or shorts. Sleeves may be long or short. Pants must be either tailored slacks or Bermuda shorts. Length of the shorts must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee, or Bermuda length. Pants or shorts must be worn with a belt. Hats and caps must be worn facing forward.
Unacceptable attire includes the following: T-shirts of any kind, tank tops, short-shorts, warm-up pants, cargo pants or shorts, drawstring pants or shorts.
Appropriate attire for women and junior girls includes the following: shirts must have sleeves and/or a collar and must be long enough to be tucked in. Turtlenecks or mock turtlenecks are permitted. Tailored slacks, shorts, skorts, or Capri pants are acceptable. Length of shorts, skirts, or skorts must be no shorter than 4 inches above the knee.
Unacceptable attire includes the following: sleeveless T-shirts, tank tops, halter tops, short-shorts, athletic/exercise pants, tights, gym shorts, leggings, cargo pants or shorts, drawstring pants or shorts, or sweatpants.
Appropriate shoes for use on the golf course include those that have soft spikes or dimpled soles. Flat-soled sneakers are permitted.
It’s their passion for the Lehigh Valley that fuels the Jaindl family’s work with a certain grit and grind.
They’ve seen many changes in the community over the past half-decade, and have always done their part to improve it through responsible land usage that enhances the surrounding communities, beautifies their vestiges, and provides opportunities for their neighbors.
The Jaindl family has always lived by the doctrine that they will conduct business with the utmost honesty and integrity. They only deserve your respect if they have given it and earned it through their words and actions. This tried and true purpose was forged back in 1936 when John L. Jaindl bought Fred Jaindl a few turkeys at the county fair. Fred, an exuberant and ambitious boy, raised those first turkeys into a calling — a business that grew so much larger than they could ever have imagined. What started as a family-run turkey farm, the family business has blossomed into an enterprise that focuses on the growth and success of the community.
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