New Cumberland Pennsylvania Golf Courses

Riverview Golf Club


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Riverview Golf Club -- Nice break
Review by: CC 9 holes but 18 tee boxes. This is not an easy course for those who are unfamiliar with the greens. It is fairly flat, but there are plenty of trees to add some character to this unknown course. I play in a weekly league here and have no complaints.
From Camp Hill, PA

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Shade Mountain Golf Club -- Great course for the price
Review by: Dan the Man I have been a native of central PA for numerous years until recently moving. I have played Shade Mountain numerous times and you will not find a better golf course for the price than Shade Mountain GC. The front nine is wide open, giving a false sense that you can just grip it and rip it. However trees are full grown and errant tee shots generally question you to lay up or make a big gamble. The back nine is a challenge for most golfers but a true test for the single digit handicapper. Beautiful tree lined holes allow many options off the tee. #11 is a great par 5 ~508 in distance tree lined the whole way but a big hitter can get home with 6 or 7 iron, but hitting the fairway is difficult. 13 is a great risk reward hole, only 314 in distance but a dogleg left requires a good draw to turn the corner to get there. The green is smaller and tucked ever so close to the left trees. A bail out right and you'll find trees. 4 iron is all you need to have wedge in but hitting this green in one is just too tempting. I've seen 3 wood land on this green before so big boys may not need driver. The closing hole is a 440 yeard dogleg right par 4 that is without a doubt the BEST finishing hole in all of central PA. Requires some guts to hit a cut shot into the fairway that slopes to the left. You better not hit a big draw or you'll be chipping out of teh left woods. Green is elevated and guarded by a steep sloped bunker on the right. PAR is an unbelievable score here. I've seen pros shoot 76 and I've seen a couple 65's so it's a course that you can score on if you keep the ball in play.
From East Lansing, MI




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