Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

Springwood Golf Club in York, PA

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Springwood Golf Course is one of two championship courses available at Heritage Hills Golf Resort & Conference Center. At 6,826 yards, it is the longer of the two courses by over 300 yards. Springwood is also considered the more challenging layout, which can make it seem even longer. The course sprawls across a rugged, hilly landscape with holes so diverse, golfers will surely be using every club in their bag.

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.

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.

North Course at Split Rock Resort and Country Club in Lake Harmony, PA

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Split Rock Resort & Golf Club is nestled in the western region of the Pocono Mountains along the banks of Lake Harmony. Stretching to 7,150 yards from the tips, the North Course offers plenty of room with several holes that will appeal to long hitters. Mature trees line the fairways and strategically placed bunkers surround the greens on every hole.

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.

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.

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.

3 Lakes Golf Course in Pittsburgh, PA

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3 Lakes Golf Course originally opened in 1923 under the name Alcoma Golf Course. Along with the name change, it also opened its doors to the public and has since become a local favorite. It's known as one of the best values for your money in the area, offering country club-style golf at public rates.

Blue/Ridge at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club in Mountain Top, PA

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Nestled in the rolling hills of northeastern Pennsylvania, Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club offers 27 holes of championship golf that were carefully carved from woodlands and valleys. The Blue/Ridge Course is both scenic and challenging. The courses are almost equal in length but the Blue nine is considered slightly more difficult, although the Ridge nine possesses two of the few water holes at the club.

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.

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