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Welcome to Aronimink Golf Club. We are pleased to have you as a guest and we hope you enjoy your visit. Aronimink is rich in history and traditions. Aronimink is a golf club which values its traditional approach to golf. As a result, we ask that all members and their guests adhere to our expectations for behavior and dress.
 
Aronimink Golf Club has been the host of several championships including the 1962 PGA Championship, the 1977 US Amateur Championship, the 1997 US Junior Amateur Championship, the 2003 Senior PGA Championship, the 2010 & 2011 AT&T National Championship, and the 2018 BMW Championship.
 
A Few Items To Be Aware Of
 
Golf Footwear:  Golf shoes with metal spikes are prohibited. Golf shoes with spikeless cleats may not be worn in the Clubhouse except in the Pro Shop, locker rooms and Men’s Grille. Open toe shoes, flip flops and sandals are not to be worn by men on the golf patio, locker rooms, Clubhouse, golf or practice areas.
 
Golf Attire for Men:  Jeans, T‐shirts and cargo‐type shorts and pants are not proper attire for men anywhere at the club. Slacks or Bermuda shorts that do not exceed 3" above the knee, and golf shirts with a collar and sleeve are required. In cooler weather, long sleeved mock turtlenecks are acceptable. Men must remove sports hats, caps and visors in the clubhouse except in the locker rooms and golf shop. Hats are never to be worn backwards and men’s shirts, regardless of the fashion, are to be tucked in.
 
Golf Attire for Women: Golf shirts with a collar, golf shirts without a collar but with sleeves, high neck golf shirts without a collar or sleeves, skirts, slacks, skorts, capris and Bermuda shorts that do not exceed 3 inches above the knee.
 
Locker Rooms:  Upon arrival please check in with our Caddie Master who will direct you to the Locker Room where our attendants will provide you with a guest locker. Please use the locker room to change, as changing into golf shoes and attire in the parking lot is not permitted. Tipping is allowed.
 
Cellular Phones:  Use of cellular Phones to hold a conversation or to check voicemail is not appropriate at Aronimink Golf Club and is generally prohibited throughout the Club’s premises. If necessary, cellular telephones may be used for conversations within the golf locker rooms, in the parking lot or within the confines of the fenced pool area.
 
Pace of Play:  All rounds at Aronimink are expected to be played in four hours or less. Please do your part to make sure your group meets this expectation. Play ready golf!
 
Caddies:  Aronimink is a “Walking Course.” Golf cars are only available for those that need them for medical reasons. Please bring an appropriate carry bag for your round.

Clubhouse Dress Code
 
The Aronimink dress code contributes to the tradition, decorum and dignity of our club and applies to the entire club property from the time of your arrival. Members must ensure that their family and guests are dressed appropriately. Jeans, T-shirts, cargo-type shorts and pants are not proper attire for men anywhere at the club. Halters, tank tops, low-neck shirts without a collar and sleeves, jeans, biking shorts, short shorts, cargo-type shorts and slacks and spandex clothing of any kind are not proper attire for women anywhere at the club. Jeans may only be worn at the Belmont Center. Men must remove sports hats, caps and visors in the clubhouse except in the locker rooms and golf shop.
 
Lenape Room (Main Dining Room):  Men are required to wear a jacket (tie optional) unless a more casual dress has been authorized. Women are expected to wear comparable attire.
 
Mixed Grille:  Casual dress is permitted in these areas, however the attire must conform to the dress codes for tennis and golf. Tennis attire is not permitted after 5:00 PM. Men are encouraged to wear a jacket after 5:00 PM.
 
Pub and Casual Dining Terrace: Casual dress is permitted in these areas, however the attire must conform to the dress codes for tennis and golf. Tennis attire is not permitted after 5:00 PM.

For additional information or questions please contact us at (610) 356-8000 or email us at info@aronimink.org


Directions
 
From Center City Philadelphia
Take the Schuylkill Expressway, Route 76 West to Route 476 South. Or from North Jersey and New York take the NJ Turnpike (Exit 6) to the PA Turnpike and then to Exit 20. Take Route 476 South (Blue Route) to Exit 13, Route 30, St. Davids/Villanova, (you now have a 4.5 mile drive). Make a left turn onto Route 30. Go to the first light and turn left onto Radnor/Chester Road. Go through the next light (Conestoga Road) and make a sharp right onto Newtown Road. Take this to the end and make a right onto Darby Paoli Road. Continue over the one lane bridge to the stop sign. Continue on about 0.2 miles and make the first left onto St. Davids Road. Go 1 mile to the Club entrance on the left.
 
From Philadelphia International Airport
Take I95 South to Exit 7. Or from Delaware and Maryland take I95 North to Exit 7. Take Route 476 North (Blue Route) to Exit 5, Route 1 (you now have a 13 mile drive). Follow signs onto Route 1 South. Get off at the second exit and make a right onto Route 252 North. After about 3.5 miles you will reach Route 3 (West Chester Pike). Route 252 now becomes a four lane road. Go about 1.5 miles. At this point Route 252 bears left on an overpass to Paoli. However you want to bear right off of Route 252 onto Newtown Street/Road. At the traffic circle make a right turn onto St. Davids Road.
 
From Harrisburg
Take the PA Turnpike to Valley Forge Exit 326. As you come through the tollbooth there will be an exit on the right side for Route 202 South. Take Route 202 for 3 miles to Paoli, Route 252 South. Travel on Route 252 for 5.6 miles. You will see a green sign "Welcome to Newtown Square" (just past White Horse Road). Go .4 miles past the sign, keeping to the extreme right. (Do not go over the overpass). This is the St. Davids Road exit. At the stop light make a left continue around the traffic circle and go 0.4 miles to the Club entrance on the right.

 


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