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Allentown Municipal Golf Course
The Allentown Municipal Golf Course has been recently renovated and reopened to rave reviews. With sculptured sand bunkers, two ponds and new bent grass tees and greens, the course is not only challenging--it's fun! The course, opened in 1952, is a 18 hole Championship golf course with greens to challenge even the serious golfer. It also has fairway irrigation, an all grass driving range and a short game practice area with five sets of tees.
The Architects Golf Club is a 6863-yard par 71 course that honors golf greats at each hole, including such names as A.W. Tillinghast, Donald Ross and Alister MacKenzie. Today, The Architects Golf Club holds a stellar reputation among the golf industry and receives recognition from such prestigious publications as (Golf Course News, Golf Magazine, Links Magazine, Golf Digest and Sports Illustrated.)
The name "Bella Vista" translated from Italian means Beautiful View, and this new course that premiered March 22, 2002 lives up to its title. Expertly designed, Bella Vista will test the skills of
both amateurs and pros alike. Carved out of the countryside of an old farmstead from the 1800’s, Bella Vista brings a touch of the old world back to a new golf facility. Well-manicured bent grass conditions from tee to green are waiting for you to come and play. With each round you’ll enjoy the unique challenges found throughout the rolling hills and exceptional views. We are open to the public and waiting to take care of you!
Bethlehem Golf Club
The Bethlehem Golf Club Monocacy course is an 18 hole championship golf course located in Bethlehem, Pa. Established in 1956, William and Dan Gordon have designed a challenging and demanding layout that will have you reaching for every club in your bag. With rolling terrains and country club conditions you will see why Bethlehem Golf Club has been voted Best in the Valley 2007 and 2008 by Lehigh Valley Magazine, 100 must play courses in Philadelphia Area, and has earned a 4 star rating from Golf Digest.
Berkleigh Country Club
Berkleigh Country Club boasts a championship 18-hole golf course designed by Robert White of Carnoustie, Scotland, the first president of the PGA (America). The traditional-style course is a par 72, 6800-yard masterpiece that challenges each player, regardless of expertise, to use every club in the bag. The picturesque landscaping and layout is absolutely breathtaking in addition to the winding stream that flows throughout the course.
Gilbertsville Golf Club
Address: 2944 Lutheran Road, Gilbertsville, PA 19525 (google map)
Course Length: Red 3,053; White 3,147; Blue 2,807
Slope & Rating: Red 34.1 / 110; White 34.4 / 107; Blue 33.3 / 113
Gilbertsville Golf Club is a privately owned 27-hole public golf course. The original 18 holes (red and white courses) were built in 1967, with the last nine holes (blue nine) completed in 1997. Located in New Hanover Township amidst the rolling hills of Montgomery County, Gilbertsville Golf Club has established itself as one of the best-maintained golf courses in the area. The Red & White Courses offer you that traditional look, with small flat greens and tree-lined fairways. While the Blue Course gives you a more modern look, rolling fairways with challenging lies and large undulated greens.
Golden Oaks Country Club
Golden Oaks Golf Club, located in Fleetwood, PA, is an 18-hole, 7,100-yard golf course featuring bent grass from tee to green. The challenging course, with more than 50 sand bunkers and four one-acre ponds, will captivate players of all skill levels from beginning to end. Golden Oaks was rated by Golf Digest with "4 Stars" as one of the country's "Places to Play" for 2008. Come and see what all of the fuss is about!
Green Pond Country Club
Green Pond Country Club has a challenging 18-hole course open year round, weather permitting. The club is a favorite among local golfers and a mainstay in the Lehigh Valley. The golf course, designed by Alex Findley and long known for its great greens & challenging layout, is an ideal setting for golf outings and events. Green Pond hosts many events throughout the year including the exciting Lehigh Valley Amateur Tournament.
Hickory Valley Golf Club
Conveniently located only 15 miles from the Pennsylvania Turnpike and US Route 422 in close proximity to the entire Tri-County area. Hickory Valley offers 36 holes of championship golf, including the challenging and prestgious Golf Digest 4-Star Presidential Course and its player friendly Ambassador Course, itself a 3½ rating recipient. Either course makes an ideal location to host an event, inlcuding golf tournaments up to nearly 300 players -making us Eastern Pennsylvania's Golf Event Headquarters.
Indian Creek Golf Course
Address: 1449 Chestnut Street, Emmaus, PA 18049 (google map)
Course Length: 5,170 yards
Slope & Rating: 63.4 / 104
Indian Creek Golf Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. This short layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone.
Iron Lakes Country Club
Iron Lakes Country Club is a unique challenging course that features elevated tees, sloping fairways and water hazards. Constructed in the late 40's and early 50's Iron Lakes is a mature Lehigh Valley course located on the grounds of an old iron ore mine. The course has been recognized as one of the Top Public courses in the area, and holds the Best Par Three Water Hole and the distinct honor of the Toughest Hole in the Valley.
Locust Valley Golf Club
Designed by William F. Gordon, ASGCA, the Locust Valley golf course opened in 1954.
Macoby Run Golf Course
Macoby Run is a challenging public, 18-hole championship golf course located in Green Lane, northwestern Montgomery County. Set in beautiful, serine countryside, no houses encroach on the player. Many unique challenges confront the golfer through their 18-hole trek: 138' of elevation change on the front 9; and then a longer, more bunkered back 9. If the golf doesn't take your breath away, the many incredible vistas just might. The course was designed by David Horn of Architerra, P.C. If you are looking for a quiet place to play, swing by Macoby Run for a peaceful round of golf and a delicious meal in the Wetlands.
The Club at Morgan Hill
A semi-private golf club on top of a mountain on the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, The Club at Morgan Hill has garnered high praise. The Club has earned respect nationally for the course’s dynamic terrain, breath-taking views and unique design. The finely-manicured course is open year-round, weather permitting. The Club at Morgan Hill is open to the public, and annual memberships are also available.
Olde Homestead Golf Club
With paths that literally go over the river and through the woods, along with some that follow the rolling hills of Pennsylvania countryside, Olde Homestead's 18-hole course is truly one to be seen. This links-style course is also home to several aspects of Olde Homestead's ancestral heritage, including a summer kitchen from the original 1700s homestead, a restored one-room schoolhouse, and a pair of drive-through corncribs leading to hole 10 and back to the clubhouse after completing hole 18. Olde Homestead's 18-hole daily fee course was designed by Jim Blaukovitch Associates and opened in 1995.
Rich Maiden Golf Course
Rich Maiden Golf Course started in 1929 and opened in 1931. The course is par 70 at 5,600 yards with rolling terrain and requires many skill shots. It is playable by golfers of all levels. Many improvements have been made in recent years, including irrigation, new greens and new tees. Rich Maiden is open year round, weather permitting.
Riverview Country Club
Riverview Country Club opened in September of 2004 and has already established itself as one of the area's premiere public golf facilities. Designed by local architect Jim Blaukovitch, Riverview offers a variety of different challenges including 76 bunkers, and 5 ponds, including an island green complex on the par 4, 17th hole. Also unique to Riverview are its primary bentgrass fairways surrounded by a secondary bluegrass fairway, giving the course a very eye-pleasing look. With four sets of tees ranging from 5,170 to 6,505 yards, Riverview gives golfers of every skill level the opportunity to come out and enjoy this beautifully-manicured course.
Sawmill Golf Course
Sawmill Golf Course is largely the work of one man, Dick Field. Over the course of 35 years Dick has constructed a full18 hole golf course. All 18 greens were built to USGA specifications. He was able to get the assistance of a golf course architect to design the greens for the back nine.
The Golf Club at Shepherd Hills
Address: 1160 S Krocks Road, Wescosville, PA 18106 (google map)
Course Length: 6,289 yards
Slope & Rating: 70.2 / 116
Shepherd Hills Golf Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Wescosville, Pennsylvania. This short layout has 3 sets of teeboxes for a fun, but challenging golfing experience.
Southmoore Golf Course
Southmoore has established itself as the premier public course in the Lehigh Valley and Eastern Pennsylvania, offering country club conditions at public club prices. Its reputation has begun to attract golfers from all over the region. Southmoore has so much to offer. The course has hosted the PGA Maxfli Junior Championship Qualifier, the Philadelphia PGA Assistant's Championship and hosted the Open qualifying for the Nike Lehigh Valley Open in June 1999.
Tumblebrook Golf Course
Tumblebrook is a 9-hole golf course that offers three sets of tees to be played as an 18-hole course. Designed by Donald J. Ross, famous for other courses including Pinehurst, Inverness and Oak Hill.
Wedgewood Golf Course
Wedgewood is proud to provide a professional and friendly atmosphere at this great 27-hole public golf course. In 2000, Wedgewood opened an additional 9 holes across the road from the original 18 hole course. This additional 9 holes offers our patrons more variety and features long holes, tight lies, and holes guarded by bunkers front and back.
Whitetail Golf Club
Designed by local architect Jim Blaukovitch, Whitetail's 18 sit on the Old Klein's Grove Property, overlooking the town of Bath, PA. The scenic view from the clubhouse is a breathtaking and refreshing sight to experience. Whitetail presents the combined challenge of its eight man made lakes and Pennsylvania's rolling terrain. The combination of the new Pennlinks variety bent grass greens and the four way blend of improved varieties of perennial ryegrass on the fairways and tee's will give the golfer country club conditions.
Willowbrook Golf Club
Willow Brook Golf Course is a new 18-hole, par-70, 5800-yard public golf course. The front nine offers both beauty and challenge. The beautiful Catasauqua Creek comes into play on five holes along with some exciting elevation changes. The back nine is slightly more open with sweeping doglegs, which call for a diversity of shot making. The course fairways are fully irrigated and the greens are bent grass. If you enjoy great conditions at a reasonable price, Willow Brook is the course for you!
Woodbridge Golf Club
Although shorter in length at 6,200 yards than most new courses today, the Par 70 Woodbridge, more than makes up for it in a challenging design. Golfers begin a memorable journey that rises and falls across 140 feet of elevation change. Woodbridge offers a deft blend of playing styles. A straight forward front nine offers golfers wide fairways, large undulating greens, lakes and an appropriate amount of greenside bunkering challenges players of all abilities. In contrast when making the turn to the back nine, guests are treated to the excitement that is Woodbridge--a true shot makers delight!