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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Skippack Golf Club At Evansburg State Park in Skippack, PA

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The 18-hole Skippack Golf Club At Evansburg State Park in Skippack, PA is a public golf course that opened in 1960. Designed by Herris & Benahia, Skippack Golf Club At Evansburg State Park measures 6007 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 120 and a 69 USGA rating.

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.

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.

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.

Spring Valley Golf Club in Mercer, PA

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Spring Valley Golf Club & Lodge, located near the small town of Mercer, sprawls across western Pennsylvania's idyllic countryside. The design utilized the existing landscape, resulting in a course that blends seamlessly into the natural surroundings. The golf course features rolling fairways lined with mature trees and spring-fed ponds that come into play throughout.

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