Flyover Yardage Map Reviews Directions
2679 Klein Rd
Bath, PA  18014-9401
United States
P: (610) 837-9626
F: (610) 837-2806
Whitetail Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,432 yards | 128 slope

70.6 rating | Rye grass

Suggest Edit

Whitetail Golf Course

The 18-hole "Whitetail" course at the Whitetail Golf Club facility in Bath, Pennsylvania features 6,432 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.6 and it has a slope rating of 128 on Rye grass. Designed by James Blaukovitch, ASGCA, the Whitetail golf course opened in 1993. Chad Kulp manages the course as the Owner/General Manager.


Rate this course:

Reviewed October 22, 2012

I played here today. The course has grown in and is in great shape. The greens and fairways were in excellent shape but the tee boxes needed some work. Great vistas were a plus.

Reviewed February 14, 2009

the course was in great shape for the time of the year,
the bunkers could use some work to get the small shale
out, the par 3's are ok could be longer,but the overall
look and feel of the course was fine,i would like to play
it when it is grown in.

Reviewed May 06, 2008

I like Whitetail a lot because of the elevation changes and some scenic views. The GPS on the carts is nice when it works, but annoying when it doesn't.

Other than the one 90-yard par 3 (that was clearly an afterthought) on the front nine, it's a fun place to play.

The food is decent and the people are friendly in the restaurant and pro shop.

I don't think the staff does as good a job as it could to keep people moving on the course and that can be frustrating.

Reviewed April 21, 2008

this course is definately a place to play...
took dad out for his b-day and it was well worth it.
the course was in great condition, and the view is very nice. i loved it cant wait to come back. the Gps was so helpful and seemed to be accurate. get the guys together and play this course you should like it enough to come back.. i know i did.

Reviewed April 20, 2008

Reviewed March 17, 2008

A decent course of average length and playability. We played it on 03/14/08. Not much had greened up yet, but you could tell that the course is well maintained in the "on season". The g.p.s. carts were not up and running, so thankfully we had a garmin. This course rewards straight hitters. If you can keep it in play and hit it average distances, you can go low here. The only dings are the shale infested bunkers, twinky par 3's, and loopedy-loop cart paths that seem to follow no rhyme or reason. Signage was a problem for us too, but I suspect that some of them were knocked down by snow. The carts are gas powered and fairly well maintained. The clubhouse is decent, with a "pro-shop" and a bar/grille. You'll find lots of elevation change and some nice views too.

Reviewed November 29, 2007

Reviewed July 23, 2007

Reviewed July 16, 2007

the course is either up hill or down hill most of the time but it makes for great tee boxes like # 8's which sits up on a hill and you have to drive over water to hit fairway. the course is in almost perfect upkeep ever time I play there which makes for good rounds

Reviewed June 16, 2007

Decent Course

This course is decently maintained and is what one would expect from a heavily traveled public course. I played there on a Saturday afternoon and the place was an absolute zoo. Carts were everywhere and due to the layout of the holes you are constantly running into other groups on the crisscrossing cart paths. The fairways are extremely tight, and on most holes one was faced with people on other holes in your fairway searching for their slice/hooked drive. Also, the par three holes are too short. One of them was about 90 yards, it seemed as though it was just crammed in where they could fit it. There are many nicer places to play in the Valley.

Reviewed June 15, 2007

Not Bad, But Not Great

White tail is definitely a challenging course. If your not hitting strait your in for a long day. It is not forgiving in any way. The course was not in the greatest of shape. There is one par 3 that is so short i started laughing when i saw it. I thought i was on a chip and put course. According to the GPS in the carts, a nice feature, it was 71 yards from the tee to the pin. The holes are way to close together and there is constantly balls flying through your fairway. One section of the course you start on the holes on the outside of a section and work your way in, its sort of crazy how many people are driving carts in the same area on different holes. Not a horrible course but not one i'll be rushing back to

Reviewed April 01, 2007

Reviewed March 24, 2007

Reviewed July 17, 2006

Best course for the money in the Lehigh Valley

A very challenging course, you will need your "A" game. This course can be very unforgiving. The GPS carts are fantastic, really helped a beginer like myself with club selection.

Reviewed July 11, 2006


Add Photo of this Course

Drop Photo here or click to upload


  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 ben R. 17 43 26 06/16/11
2 Terry H. N/A 55 55 06/02/08
3 Jeremy M. 14 75 61 07/24/11
4 Bill L. 19 85 66 09/11/07
5 Carole O. 21 89 68 04/22/10
See All
Data not available.

Golf Course Information

About Whitetail

Whitetail Golf Club

Golf Only facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Whitetail

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Whitetail

No local tournaments listed for this course. Add a tournament here.

Course Staff

Chad Kulp, Owner/General Manager
Brad Paukovits, PGA, Golf Professional
Jeremy Reph, Superintendent

Nearby Courses

Southmoore Public Golf Course
Reviews (11)
Public, 18 holes
6183 yards, par 71
0.8 miles from center of Bath

Nearby Cities with Courses

Allentown, PA Golf Courses
Bethlehem, PA Golf Courses
Danielsville, PA Golf Courses
Easton, PA Golf Courses
Northampton, PA Golf Courses

Nearby Golf Stores

USA Golf
Pro Player Golf
Valley Golf Shop
Don's Golf Car Repair


Best Pennsylvania Golf Courses
Best Golf Courses in North America