The Chetremon Golf Course was established in 1910 just outside the town of Cherry Tree, Pennsylvania. In 1969, the Chet was purchased by the late Albert Kovach and passed down to his son, the current owner, Richard Kovach. The name Chetremon is derived from the Cherry Tree monument which was erected to honor William Penn. The Chet is an expansive 10 hole course that occupies a variety of fairways enabling you to try every golf shot in your bag. While on the course, you may find yourself in white sand, tall grass, or blue water, but hopefully, on a lush green fairway.
Here at the Chet, we pride ourselves on the condition and game play of the course, but that's not the only thing that sets us apart. One of the Chet's most noteable attributes is its' beautiful location and natural surroundings. The Chet is nestled in the foothills of western PA, a gorgeous area of the country. While on the course, you can look in any direction and see mountains of lavish green in the summer or a collage of yellow, orange, and red in the fall.
While playing a round, you may see wildlife in the surrounding forest, fish jumping, or mallard ducks flying above the bordering Susquehanna River which wraps itself around the course. You may even catch a glimpse of an old coal train rolling down the nieghboring rail road tracks.
If the charming countryside and fresh air get to be too much, you can always take a break in our clubhouse for a drink and a bite to eat, or possibly to replace some of those balls you deposited in the ponds earlier! So if you're up for a challenging round of golf at a very enticing course, give the Chet a shot. We hope to see you here!