French Creek

About French Creek Golf Club

French Creek Golf Club is a gem among private golf clubs in Chester, Montgomery and Berks Counties. We are a gender friendly club with no capital assessments, great food and a relaxed atmosphere that focuses on genuine hospitality.

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  • Directions


    • From Pennsylvania Turnpike West to East

      • Take Old Exit 22, New 298 (Morgantown).

      • Take Route 10 South to Route 23 East.

      • Head East on 23 for approximately 3 miles to y-intersections right onto Route 401.

      • Club entrance is on the left about 3 miles.

      From Pennsylvania Turnpike East to West

      • Take Downingtown (Old Exit 23, New 312) and go north on Route 100 approximately 4.1 miles to Route 401.

      • Turn left heading West for 6.2 miles and pass Route 345 (Bulltown Road)/

      • Club entrance is on the right about 1/2 mile past Route 345.

      From Philadelphia

      • Take the Schuylkill Expressway to the Valley Forge Exit

      • Take the West Chester Exit (Route 202 South)

      • Exit Route 202 South onto Route 401 West (Frazer Exit) and follow for approximately 6.5 miles.

      • Cross over Route 100 and travel approximately 6.2 miles until you reach Route 345 (Bulltown Road).

      • Club entrance is the first on your right.

      From Downingtown/West Chester and points South

      • Take Route 322 West through Guthriesville.

      • At Route 82, turn right and follow to the stop sign at Loag's Corner where Route 82 turns left and Route 345 proceeds straight.

      • Go straight on Route 345 and follow to Route 401.

      • At 401, turn left heading West.

      • Club entrance is on the right about 1/2 mile.


  • History
    • French Creek Golf Club opened its course in 2003. Designed by Gil Hanse, esteemed worldwide for authentic golf course craftsmanship, French Creek was created with minimal earth and environmental disturbance allowing the site to remain rich in beauty, dramatic terrain and wildlife. The 23,000 square foot clubhouse was completed in 2005 and sits on the site of a beautiful old homestead surrounded by many of its original buildings. Flowing brooks, woodlands and natural golf hazards offer a unique and incomparable round of golf for players of all skill levels.