Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

Blue/Red at Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort in Shawnee On Delaware, PA

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With a unique location on an island in the Delaware River, Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort boasts 27 scenic holes of championship golf. The three nines are played in three different 18-hole combinations. The Blue/Red Course crisscrosses the landscape, offering beautiful views of the surrounding Poconos Mountains along the way.

Fort Cherry Golf Club in McDonald, PA

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The 18-hole Fort Cherry Golf Club in McDonald, PA is a public golf course that opened in 1963. Fort Cherry Golf Club measures 6205 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 122 and a 69.6 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.

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.

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.

Madison Club in Madison, PA

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The Madison Club is a local favorite that is known for its top conditions and challenging layout. It is one of the premier public golf courses in Pittsburgh. You won't find two holes that are alike on this diverse course.

Pittsburgh National Golf Club in Gibsonia, PA

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Formerly known as Deer Run, Pittsburgh National Golf Club has undergone major renovations since management has changed hands over the years, including complete reconditioning of the greens and the addition of 60 new renovated bunkers. The championship golf course that exists today is more challenging than the original though it has retained the same playability.

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.

Butler National Golf Club in Chicora, PA

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Butler National Golf Club (formerly known as St. Jude Golf Club) in Chicora is perched atop the second highest point in Butler County, providing panoramic views of the Alleghenies as well as dramatic changes in elevation throughout the golf course. Its lofty location guarantees that a flat lie will be hard to find anywhere.

White Clay Creek Country Club in Wilmington, PA

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White Clay Creek Country Club at Delaware Park is a challenging but playable layout that is well known amongst locals. At just over 7,000 yards, the golf course offers a fair amount of challenges. Water hazards come into play on most holes, demanding several difficult forced carries. There are also some spots on the course that can be quite narrow.

Chisel Creek Golf Club in Landenberg, PA

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The popularity of Chisel Creek Golf Club in Landenberg can be partly attributed to the fact that it's easily accessible from Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. The natural features of the terrain were incorporated as much as possible, resulting in a layout that is more challenging than the scorecard would lead you to believe.

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