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Hunter's Station Golf Course


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Hunter's Station Golf Course -- A REAL challenge
Review by: Keith Not only did I get to borrow clubs for free but the $14 per round went down to $10 when I explained that we don't use pacemaker buggies but WALK in Europe to play golf. I found about 12 balls per round too to boot. Absolutely fabulous golf - I made the trip from Oil City and played 3 times in a week - and the view and shot from the 7th is just impossible. The Allegheny River view impossibly beautiful and the damned tennis court sized green a way down below on a cliff edge - and I got it 3 times yipee!. Super golf and I recommend any golfer not to pass up on Hunters Station if in the region - but DO walk please. It isn't Arizona in Pennaland.
From Isle of Man

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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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