In the rolling countryside outside Wilmington, Delaware are two separate but conveniently close locations – Vicmead and Bidermann – that are unique and special.
Vicmead was founded in 1920 as an organized foxhunting club. While foxhunting has long ceased as a Club activity, there remain fields full of horses and a club vibrant with activities such as golf, tennis, squash, paddle tennis, swimming, dining and special events.
Bidermann Golf Course was originally the private course at Winterthur. On July 4, 1965, the Dick Wilson designed course opened as a small, private, intimate club devoted to golf.
In 1977, both Vicmead Hunt Club and Bidermann merged and continue today as one Club.
On each property there is a Colonial farmhouse that serves as the Clubhouse and adds to the special ambience of both facilities. The Vicmead property also includes 6 outdoor tennis courts, 2 indoor tennis courts, 3 international-sized squash courts, 3 paddle tennis courts, fitness center, swimming pool and dining facilities. The Bidermann property is home to 18-holes of golf, driving range, chipping green, putting green, locker room facilities and dining terrace.