Huntingdon Valley Country Club

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Huntingdon Valley Country Club
Club information
Location Upper Moreland Township, Montgomery County, at Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Established 1897
Type Private
Total holes 27
Website Huntingdon Valley Country Club
Toomey Nine
Designed by William S. Flynn
Par 35
Length 3,444
Course rating 36.3
Flynn Nine
Designed by William S. Flynn
Par 35
Length 3,443
Course rating 37.2
Centennial Nine
Designed by William S. Flynn
Par 35
Length 3,618
Course rating 38.8

The Huntingdon Valley Country Club is a golf, tennis and swim club located in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, 7 miles (11 km) northeast of Philadelphia. In addition to a golf course, the club offers banquet and dining facilities. The course resides on 170 acres (0.69 km2), and is ranked as the #9 golf course in Pennsylvania and #3 course in the Philadelphia area by Golf Digest (2013–2014 rankings by state). The golf course is rated as #79 best classic course in America by Golfweek Magazine (2013).


Huntingdon Valley Country Club was organized in June 1897. It was originally a nine-hole course and was subsequently expanded to 18 holes after acquiring additional land. The course was later moved to its present site in the mid-1920s. Play started on the 27-hole layout on April 14, 1928.[1]

Huntingdon Valley Country Club also was known as one of the first places to play the sport of squash. Huntingdon started one of the very first tournaments for Squash in the early 1900s.


  1. ^ "HVCC Golf", Golf Digest, June 2010

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Coordinates: 40°08′08″N 75°05′39″W / 40.135686°N 75.094095°W / 40.135686; -75.094095