Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

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

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Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort is home to three different nines: the Red, the White, and the Blue. They are played in three 18-hole combinations that each offer a different set of challenges. The Red/White Course sprawls across a flat landscape, crisscrossing a few times along the way.

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.

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.

Apple Mountain Golf & Country Club in Belvidere, PA

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Apple Mountain Golf & Country Club is well known throughout the state both for the incredible scenery it offers and the challenging round. The course sprawls across an apple orchard, enjoying fragrant apple blossoms in the spring and beautiful autumn foliage when the season changes. The golf course was carved into a hillside that puts it at the perfect elevation to take advantage of the stunning views that stretch to the Delaware Water Gap and Elk Mountain.

Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood, PA

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Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood, Pa. is considered one of Berks County's finest courses with a four-star rating from Golf Digest, which also named it as one of the top "Places to Play." It was voted the "Best Public Course" by readers of Berks County Magazine. Designed by local architect Jim Blaukovitch, the golf course has a classic design that appeals to players of all skill levels.

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.

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.

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.

East at Pocono Manor Inn & Golf Resort in Pocono Manor, PA

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The Inn at Pocono Manor offers two championship golf courses, conveniently located less than two hours from New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. The East Course, the original layout, has hosted a number of legendary players, including Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead, since 1912. Ross carefully sculpted the mountainous landscape to create a course that is both challenging and memorable.

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

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There are 27 holes of championship golf available at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club. They are divided into three nines, naturally named Blue, Ridge and Trail, that are played in different 18-hole combinations. With four water holes, the Ridge/Trail combination has the most water of any of the courses.

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