Pennsylvania Featured Golf Courses

Royal Manchester Golf Links in Mount Wolf, PA

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Situated along the shores of the Susquehanna River, Royal Manchester Golf Club is tucked away in the rolling hills of northern York County. The course is just a few miles outside Harrisburg but the traditional links design will transport you to the seaside courses of the British Isles.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Pheasant Ridge Golf Club in Gibsonia, PA

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The 18-hole Pheasant Ridge Golf Club in Gibsonia, PA is a public golf course that opened in 1962. Designed by Herbert Eichner, Pheasant Ridge Golf Club measures 6578 yards from the longest tees. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.

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.

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.

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.

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