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Skippack Golf CourseStump Hall & Cedars Rd
Skippack, PA 19474
Phone: (610)584-4226Fax: (610)584-2425
This course features small greens that are hard to hit in regulation. Be ready to practice your chip shots if your irons aren't quite on target. The back nine has many trees and is very hilly. The Zachariah Creek flows through the course and comes into play on three holes. X. G. Hassenplug redesigned this course in 1988.
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|Holes: 18||Greens: Poa Annua Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Not Much, Sep 06, 2011
from SE PA
|I've played this course a lot after work for 9 holes, as its only $10 to walk after 6PM. There's nothing to this course that makes it memorable. I would never pay full prime time fee to play Skippack...just not worth it.|
| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Toughest back few holes in Montgomery County, Sep 25, 2008
|reviewer: B. DeProsperis
from Blue Bell, PA
|I hardly ever played this course, except for a few outings over the years. But it is very reasonable on the tee time golf pass, so I played it twice last week. Unfortunately, the first round took five and one half hours at 11:00 on a weekday. A group of 12 went out before me, and they were horrendous. The last group would not let up play thru, and there was no ranger. The second round was less than four hours, and I played from the blue tees. this is a very short course. It was in good shape, and well maintained. Holes 12 thru 14 are the three hardest holes anywhere in the Delaware Valley. #14 could use a bell or mirror to make sure the players ahead of you are out of harms way, and all of the 100 yard markers could use an update. But, all in all, not a bad experience.|