Chisel Creek Golf Club was built in 1999, in Landenberg, Pennsylvania. Chisel Creek is perfect for golfers looking for a championship public golf course convenient to Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Many of the lands natural features and contours were incorporated into the design, enabling architect Bill J. Hirsch, Jr. and construction superintendent, Luke Dye, to layout a course that plays a lot more challenging than the scorecard appears.
Mastering the natural hazards, well placed bunkers and the undulating greens, makes this track a challenge for all golfers. Chisel Creek opened for public play in June of 2000, offering 18 holes of championship golf, a full practice range and putting/chipping green.
The recipe for a low score is; start with a full set of clubs, add a few straight drives, a couple of well placed chips, drop in the long putts and bring along good friends to share it with.