Fairview Golf Course was the third addition to the Distinct Golf Group in the fall of 1966. The course, which opened in the late 1950’s, has matured into a great test of golf for players of all ages and skill levels. The course sits at the base of the south Gretna Mountains in the beautiful Lebanon Valley, 5 miles from the PA Turnpike – Exit 266 (Lebanon/Lancaster).

The course has seen many changes over the past 50 years making it one of the best golf courses in the area. A F-3 Tornado touched down on the course in July of 2004 damaging over 375 trees in it’s path. With the help of hundreds of people, the course reopened 7 days later for play! With the help of the Jim Blaukovitch design team in 2005, new trees were planted, bunkers added, tees rebuilt and a tough water hazard placed on the 10th hole, the course has a restored sense of beauty and playability.

Fairview Farm & Early Fairview Golf Course

2004 Tornado Damage

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