Golfing in the Poconos is a brush with legend and history as well a challenge from an ever evolving sport – we have a long and wonderfully storied history with the game once banned by a king. Our area courses respect the tradition as well as take advantage of all that modern play affords.
Jack Frost National Golf Club
Stay and Play packages available – Jack Frost National Golf Club – located in the heart of the Pocono Mountains – designed by Terry LaGree, is unique to Northeastern Pennsylvania and has all the features you would want in a mountain course and none of the shortfalls.
Mountain Laurel Golf Club
Come and enjoy the beautiful Mountain Laurel Golf Club located in White Haven, Pennsylvania. Nestled in the Pocono Mountains, Mountain Laurel Golf Club is one of the area’s most popular courses. Designed in 1968 by noted golf architect Geoffrey Cornish, Mountain Laurel provides premier playing surfaces and a fantastic layout that is both challenging and fair for both the novice and advanced players
Blue Ridge Trail Golf Course
Blue Ridge Trail Golf Course is a 27 hole Championship course designed by Ault, Clark and Associates who are also known for designing Toft-Trees in State College, PA, the TPC at Avanel in Washington, DC and The Woods Course at Kingsmill in Williamsburg, VA.
The Inn at Pocono Manor
The Inn at Pocono Manor is a five square-mile mountaintop resort listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Over the 100 years our 18-hole East course has been in existence—with holes designed by classic-era giants Donald Ross and William Flynn—it has challenged dozens of top professionals during tournaments and pro-am events. Art Wall Jr., Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Tommy Bolt, Cary Middlecoff, Robert DeVicenzo, and others have gone head-to-head at Pocono Manor over the years.
27-Hole Championship Golf Course – 24 of our holes are on Shawnee Island – Take a breath, close your eyes, and imagine yourself standing on an island surrounded by the gentle-flowing whispers of the Delaware River.
Buck Hill Golf Course
Buck Hill Golf Club enjoys a long and storied past. Opening its first nine holes in 1907, Buck Hill quickly established itself as the premier course in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. As you play through the wooded, rolling mountainside terrain, you will experience the timeless design of legendary golf course architects Donald Ross and Robert White. Ridgeline silhouettes, relentless undulations, and classic subtleties define this 27-hole masterpiece.
Water Gap Country Club
Water Gap Country Club, originally penned by A.W. Tillinghast and completed in 1922 by Robert White (the first PGA president and father of Grand Strand golf), hosted the Eastern Open from 1926 to 1928. During those years Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen, Leo Diegel and many other golf legends competed in this PGA event. They often came back to play this historic course in a more casual atmosphere to enjoy it’s challenge and beauty. Water Gap retains its historic charm today, offering golfers a unique opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the golfing greats of the Golden Era of Sports.
Glen Brook Golf Course
Glen Brook Golf Club, founded in 1924, is located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains on the outskirts of Stroudsburg and offers 18 holes on a Championship course
Mount Airy Golf Course
Each hole is inspired by Sports Illustrated’s “Best 18 Holes in America” and reinterpreted by master golf architect Hal Purdy. We invite you to test your skill on a course that many consider “The Champion” of Pocono Mountain courses. Known for its blind holes and distance drives, with 6,500 yards of manicured greens. You can challenge your accuracy with dramatic elevations and strategically placed bunkers while you take in soothing streams, lush meadows and mountain vistas.
Full Listing Area Courses