Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

Downingtown Country Club in Downingtown, PA

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The 18-hole Downingtown Country Club in Downingtown, PA is a public golf course that opened in 1966. Designed by George Fazio, Downingtown Country Club measures 6619 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 132 and a 72.9 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.

Mt. Airy Golf Club in Mount Pocono, PA

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Situated amidst the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Mt. Airy Golf Club sprawls across lush rolling hills covered with lakes and ponds. There are also wandering streams that cut across the course. This demanding layout requires accuracy over distance with tree-lined fairways and a wildly undulating terrain.

Deer Valley Golf Course in Hummelstown, PA

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Deer Valley Golf Course in Hummelstown boasts one of the most affordable rounds you'll find in the Hershey/Harrisburg area. Since opening in 2005, more than 850 trees have been added and it has matured into a course favored by both visitors and locals. The layout features large, elevated greens and massive multi-tiered tees.

Raven's Claw Golf Club in Pottstown, PA

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Located in Limerick Township, Raven's Claw Golf Club is one of southeastern Pennsylvania's best golf and residential communities. It consistently ranks as one of the state's top 10. Carved from rolling hills and mature woodlands, the layout features a variety of different holes. No two holes are alike but they require some creative shot-making abilities.

Royal Manchester Golf Links in Mount Wolf, PA

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Situated along the shores of the Susquehanna River, Royal Manchester Golf Club is tucked away in the rolling hills of northern York County. The course is just a few miles outside Harrisburg but the traditional links design will transport you to the seaside courses of the British Isles.

Water Gap Country Club in Delaware Water Gap, PA

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Water Gap Country Club has a dramatically hilly terrain that provides a unique and challenging round of golf. Since opening in the 1920s, the course has played host to a number of major tournaments. The links-style layout features lightning fast, undulating greens and seemingly receptive fairways that are fiercely guarded by mature trees.

Wyncote Golf Club in Oxford, PA

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Wyncote Golf Club in Oxford is one of the most challenging courses in the area. The heathlands layout feels like a links course with wind being an important factor and thick fescue coming into play.

Harkers Hollow Golf & Country Club in Phillipsburg, PA

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Harkers Hollow Golf & Country Club was carved from one of the hillsides of the surrounding Scotts Mountain Range. The dramatic location provides not only a variety of elevation changes but also unrivaled scenery. It is no wonder that the course's most picturesque hole, the signature par-3 fifth, has served as host to many weddings since the club opened in 1929.

Inniscrone Golf Club in Avondale, PA

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Inniscrone Golf Club in Avondale is one of the toughest public courses in the area. It is a formidable challenge to say the least, but an enjoyable one. None of the holes run parallel to each other and no two holes are alike either. The greens have quite a bit of variation from one to the next but mostly they are very large and extremely fast.

Conley Resort in Butler, PA

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Conley Resort & Golf plays across the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, just north of Pittsburgh. The course is an enjoyable round no matter what skill level. It is not an overly difficult or long course, but it was never meant to be a formidably tough round. The design was meant to appeal to not only high handicappers but also golfers who are looking for a casual but interesting round.

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