Village Greens Golf Course
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Nice executive course
This is a nice executive course. They are doing some landscaping which is looking pretty nice. The greens are very very very very slow, so it takes putting a chipping on the green out of the equation. I gave them this review on their Facebook page and they told me to go find another course to play!
Fun, simple Par 3 course that will challenge you to use all of your irons in the bag
Village Greens is a Berks County's little gem when it comes to golf courses. It's a simple, short, but challenging enough Par 3 (with 2 par 4 holes) course that makes use of most (if not all of your bag).
I personally love squeezing a mid-week round in when I get a random day off from working retail to "work" on my short game. It's an inexpensive round of golf, and is a short enough course that is comfortable enough to walk, without feeling like you're going to keel over afterward.
It's 2 par 4 holes closing out the front and back 9 respectively are just daring enough that for a shorter hitter, or a "just long enough" hitter to pull the driver out of the bag and take a go at hitting the green in 1!
There's nothing like a simple day on the course that you 90% of the time (hopefully) feel better about your golf game when you sign the score card. And Village Greens is that type of course.