Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

Rolling Fields Golf Course in Murrysville, PA

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Rolling Fields Golf Course in Murrayville, also known as "The Fields" to regulars, boasts fast greens that are some of the area's best. The layout stretches across rolling green hills sprinkled with mature trees. There are plenty of interesting holes but the golf course is player-friendly enough for beginners to approach with confidence.

Club At Morgan Hill in Easton, PA

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The Club at Morgan Hill in Easton has a somewhat misleading name since you'll find more than just hills on this challenging course. Be prepared to face a variety of elevation changes ranging from subtle to dramatic. The golf course has a dramatic design that is carved into a hillside, which makes it a hard course to walk but one that is visually interesting and tough to play.

Shadowbrook Inn & Resort Golf Course in Tunkhannock, PA

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Nestled within the foothills of the Endless Mountains, Shadowbrook Inn & Resort enjoys beautiful scenery that perfectly complements the enjoyable round. The par-3 holes are especially scenic. The lush, rolling terrain provides interesting elevation changes that come into play, especially on the slightly tougher front nine holes.

Fernwood Resort in Bushkill, PA

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Surrounded by the Pocono Mountains, the Fernwood Resort was carefully carved from wooded hillsides. Condos and other residences were later built near the golf course and although they are situated quite close, the round is still enjoyable. The layout is tight with narrow fairways that are lined with trees.

Grand View Golf Club in North Braddock, PA

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Grand View Golf Club in North Braddock is one of the area's most challenging layouts. The course's 160 acres were carefully carved from a woodland hilltop. The distinctive layout will test your creative shot-making skills. It may seem relatively short at 6,111 yards from the back tees but it feels much longer thanks to the rolling fairways and undulating greens.

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.

Linfield National Golf Club in Linfield, PA

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Linfield National Golf Club is a public course that is one of the area's best values. Formerly known as Sycamore Ridge, the course changed ownership in addition to its name. The layout has a classic links design that incorporates traditional elements including water, trees, and a variety of elevation changes that range from subtle to dramatic.

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.

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.

Birdsfoot Golf Club in Freeport, PA

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Birdsfoot Golf Club gets its name from the birdsfoot trefoil that covers the course, budding with small yellow flowers. Mature trees also blanket the course, making it an especially scenic round in the fall. The front nine has a links-style layout with more open holes while the back nine has a parkland landscape with trees framing most of the holes.

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