Mercersburg Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Whitetail Resort


Featured Golf Course Review:
Whitetail Resort -- LONG BUT SHORT
Review by: hacker1 This course is nestled at the foot of a mountain witha few holes on the back nine going up the mountain. The course is a very long course however , unless playing from the pro tees requires a club on most of your par4's and 5's other than your driver.The par 3's are challenging with severe elevation change on #12. This bent grass course is great for the players who love to play golf course managment. If you get the oppurtunity to play this course take it.For $35 during weekdays its hard to beat for the area.
From Waynesboro, PA

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Flourtown Country Club -- Good value for the $
Review by: JW Only 9 holes but still a good value. Good for a leisurely practice round or a quick 9. There are some challenging holes and a couple that are fairly pedestrian. I rank them, in order of favorite to least favorite, as follows: 6, 7, 8, 2, 4, 1, 3, 5, and 9. (In fairness, a friend of mine who plays a lot of golf considers #9 one of the nicest holes in the Philly area, but I can't see why.) For me, the most challenging holes are 9 and 8 from the back tees; 5 and 7 from the front tees. 5 and 2 from the back tees (both par 5's) offer a reasonable chance at a birdie. Overall, the course is a bit short, but over the course of an 18-hole round (there are alternate tees for the front and back 9) you will likely use all the clubs in your bag. Other than on 7 and 9, there is not much difference between the tees for the front and back 9, other than making the hole longer or shorter as the case may be. I've heard FCC described (by other members) as the best value for the money in the Philly area and I'm inclined to agree. (Just for comparison, in the Philadelphia/Montgomery county area I would give Karakung 1 star and the Philly Cricket Club 5 stars.)
From Philadelphia, PA, USA




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