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55 Williamsburg Blvd
Bloomsburg, PA  17815-9201
United States
P: (570) 387-8338
The Links Course

18 hole executive length course

Public golf course

66 par | 4,814 yards | 97 slope

62.5 rating | Blue grass

The Links Golf Course

The 18-hole "The Links" course at the The Links At Hemlock Creek facility in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania features 4,814 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 66. The course rating is 62.5 and it has a slope rating of 97 on Blue grass. Designed by Ferdinand Garbin, ASGCA, the The Links golf course opened in 2000. 

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed July 06, 2011

I was very impressed with the condition of this course and the scenery is excellent. Moderately challenging with a few homes to watch out for if you tend to slice. Overall I liked it allot and plan to definitely be back soon

Reviewed August 15, 2010

Windsor Heights Golf Course now know as the links at hemlock creek has improved drastically. The new owners have really put their best effort into making this course great. The course admittedly still needs a little work done but that is to be expected with how poor the condition of the course was last year. The restaurant is also great and the food was great. Recommended.

Reviewed January 28, 2009

I am an employee at Windsor heights golf course and restaurant. I am a bust boy prep cook and dish washer. also with my normal duties I have to help set up and tear down events, and the chef and I have meany hour of preparation that goes into the food way before the event. I would think it would be extremely unfair to myself and to anyone else to not receive a little gratuity at the end of all our hard work.

Reviewed January 19, 2009

I also worked at Windsor for a significant period of time. I would like to say for the record that the previous comment made by KMW is completely and utterly false. First of all, this is a GOLF website. This is not a website for making anonymous accusations, especially regarding restaurant events. It seems as if this waitress and/or the person who wrote the comment (if they are even separate people) simply used this site to defame the club. How low can one stoop? If you have an perceived issue with someone or some location, take care of it in an adult fashion. Events require many people, all working together before, during, and after, not just those bringing the food out. ALL THOSE INVOLVED IN EVENTS WERE ALWAYS MORE THAN COMPENSATED FOR THEIR WORK.

Reviewed January 16, 2009

I work at Windsor Heights Golf Course and I would like to tell you that all tips are divided to all employee's that work the event. It starts with the person that sets up the room, the bartender, the dish washer, the cooks, the people that bus the dishes, and the wait staff. I find it very sad that a person wouldn't call and talk with the restaurant, before posting such a comment.

Reviewed January 04, 2009

We held an event at Windsor Heights last winter after speaking with a family friend who served at that time as a waitress at the restaurant. We were very excited after speaking a few times with the new owner and management, and we were sure that we made the right choice. We had a good turnout, and the night went well. We spent a good deal of money as there were numerous people there. The service and food was great, so we didn't think anything of the gratuity that was added into our bill. I have been recommending this location to people for close to a year now. Recently I ran into the waitress I mentioned earlier and in talking found out that she no longer worked there. She told me she apologized, but that I should know that of our 18% gratuity, the two girls that worked their you know whats off serving us received only $30 each, and that they were the only ones to receive any gratuity money at all. Also I was informed that this was a regular occurrence, and that at times they would have to wait weeks to get their gratuities. I won't go into details, but I will tell you that $60 was no where near 18% of our entire bill, as we had a good night eating and drinking. We paid it thinking it was going to the people that made the night happen. The entire bill was for the business and its owner, but not the gratuity. I can't believe this goes on in the world. In hindsight, I should have taken control of my own gratuity money. The thought never occurred to me that it could be making its way into the wrong pockets. My only advice is, bring cash for your gratuities when you book events or parties.

Reviewed January 16, 2008

I have never had an experience like the one listed below and played there a lot during this last year (my first). It was a great place to learn and lots of friendly people around. There is a new site now at

Reviewed September 16, 2007

If attitude and smart remarks are your thing then this is the course for you. It is taken care of well enough, but one hand out weighs the other. Last year I played there quite often and as a new golfer I went there to get my membership this year. I was strictly told, after I asked for the college membership, that college students are not 30 years old. I’ve not stepped foot near there since and never will. I found another course that when you get to the green it is not covered with hoses and some guy saying; oh sorry this green is closed for repair. This happens more often than I care to comment on. The people at the new course are not riding the high horse either. My father-in-law played Windsor last year with me, who lives on a gated golf course in the south, and said that Windsor has more attitude than the people in his community. Take it for what you will. I will play at the next closest course near the interstate.

Reviewed July 28, 2007

Great golf course for beginners. To much room for error. Hardly any trees at all on the whole course

Reviewed July 24, 2007

Reviewed July 15, 2007

A great executive course that offers great scenery at a great value...challenging, yet excellent greens, and a fantastic restaurant.

Reviewed May 08, 2007

still fun

Although there is not a whole lot to this course, I still enjoy playing it. There is not too much to it, but just played it and out of the other courses i've played this year, hitting the fairway here is a must because they have left the rough grow fairly deep. So hit the fairways and make it much easier on yourself, plus you wont spend soo much time looking for your balls in that deep rough.

Reviewed March 27, 2007

CA golfer

i live in CA and am in the navy. i lived in pa all my life and i always enjoyed going to windsor heights. its relaxing scenery was always a comfort after a long hard day


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Matthew S. 14 40 26 06/05/08
2 David H. 20 81 61 06/06/11
3 Patrick G. 5 69 64 06/15/07
4 Jesse G. 8 72 64 03/28/09
5 Clint Y. 22 87 65 08/15/11
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About The Links At Hemlock Creek

The Links At Hemlock Creek

Community facility

18 tees driving range

18 executive holes

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Course Staff

Matt Cook, Superintendent
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