Fleetville Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Lakeland Golf Club


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Lakeland Golf Club -- beautiful bargain executive course
Review by: Sharon This is a stunning course for the money. There are beautiful vistas of hills, farmland and a pond. Hilly terrain and undulating greens make it a lovely practice course. You'll get lots of practice with your short game and will have to deal with uphill and downhill lies. The holes are pretty straightforward with one exception. Hole 5 is pretty but lacks a decent landing area--it's difficult if not impossible to get the ball to stick on the sloping green. Aim for the fairway and let the ball run to the green. The couple who own and run the place are fantastic, and work hard to keep the place well maintained. In the summer they host lots of leagues, so it's worth calling in advance to make sure that you'll be able to play. During non-league times, you can often have the course to yourself. In summary, this course isn't a country club; it's a rural mom and pop operation. But the setting and the price make it a great practice course. It's a 4 or 5 for this type of course.
From Waverly

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Mound Grove Golf & Recreation -- could be so much better
Review by: David Mound Grove is no 5-star course. The greens are bumpy, the tee boxes are not kept up and the pace of play is frustratingly slow. I played the front 9 when it first opened, and it hasn't improved at all with age. It is a difficult course, especially 4,5,6 and the entire back 9, which was wedged into a tight fit. No. 5 is a narrow, severe dogleg right where you must hit an iron if you hit the ball well at all. Mound Grove would be a 3-star course if it was kept in better condition and the pace of pay was a bit quicker. It has taken me three hours to play the front nine!
From Erie




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