Mount Pocono Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Mount Airy Lodge
Mount Pocono Public Golf Course


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Mount Airy Lodge -- Best Course in NE PA
Review by: kyle westervelt This course is tough dont let the intro fool you..first hole is a nightmare second shot if you havent played there before so be sure to ask the old guy in the hat who gives you the ticket how to play the first hole...knowledge and shot placement are key to this course...the 18 best is very hard to decipher...but the course is beautiful and very challenging...you will love the large greens..it will make you feel like your jeff maggert..but the greens are large and hard to read making you feel much like retief goosen on the 18th at the us open a few years back...the hotel shut down becuase it was stuck in the 70's but this course is as good as it gets in the POCS..enjoy..you wont break 40 on the front nine..
From boston mass

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Commonwealth National Golf Club -- Great track
Review by: Neil I love this course. Have probably played it as a guest about 8 times and every time I'm done, I can't wait to get back. Played it 2x last summer ('03), when there was a lot of rain out East, and despite that, still enjoyed it. Fairways are among the best conditioned I've ever seen. Greens are in great shape-- and not too big, so you get a lot of makeable putts, but there are a lot of subtleties to them. As for the layout, get your pars and birdies on the front 9 because the back is brutal. One is a straight out Par 5 and you think "this isn't too bad". Get off the tee straight on two. Four is a very good hole. 6 is a sneaky tough par4 dogleg left, and nine is a 450 yard par 4 (blue tees) that gets you geared up for the back. Not a bad hole on the back nine, plus it takes you out of the holes that wind through office buildings and puts you into wetlands. A lot of carry. Par 10-12 and you are ready for 13, a long par 4 with a 2nd shot carry to a green that is impossible to it and impossible to putt. The member I play with is a 5 handicap and he always says--"take your bogey and smile". 14-17 are no gimmes and 18 is a par 4 that demands a 250 yard tee shot, but this leaves you a 170-200 yard uphill approach from a downhill lie to a green that has more break than any other on the course. Clubhouse is nice, but doesn't seem big enough. I've been there on Summer Friday's and it always seems like they need more space. Food is awesome though.
From Arlington, VA USA




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