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Wanango Country ClubFourth St
Reno, PA 16343
Phone: (814)677-5130Fax: (814)677-4228
This difficult shotmaker's course features severely-sloped greens, tree-lined fairways, and rolling hills. Most holes are also well bunkered.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Winter Rye|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 1 (closed on Mondays)|
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Course reviews for Wanango Country Club
Average Golfer Review (5.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A great, Jul 13, 2007
|reviewer: D. Hunter
from Las Vegas, NV
|No "Bomb & Gouge" here, just a shotmakers dream. This is a great test of your short game. It would be impossible to have a putt longer than 40 feet, as the greens are small, rounded edges and well guarded. Bring your short game! This is a great test of golf and the scenery is beautiful. I can't believe there can be such a great value in golf, with green fees under $50!|
| 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
serenity in the allegheny foothills, Apr 13, 2004
|reviewer: michael savard
from Long Island, NY USA
|this beautifully designed course (tillinhast and ross) offers a challenging but fair round of golf. nestled in the foothills of the allegheny mountains nature surrounds you on every hole (no development can be seen from the course - just a few oil derricks that are remnants of the region's famous past). the greens were smooth and fast for the springtime. the elevated tee on number 7 affords a view of northwestern pennsylvania beauty. the 570 yard par 5 18th is a challenge for most any golfer to reach in 2. #15 and #16 have tiered greens that can cause headaches. the 123 yard par 3 5th hole is short yet beautiful and the 160 yard par 3 10th with its elevated green is a unique way to start the back 9. all in all, the course was an extraordinary example of how nature and the game of golf can coexist in harmony.|