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9 hole regulation length course
35 par | 3,234 yards
The 9-hole "Old" course at the The Country Club of Scranton facility in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania features 3,234 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. Designed by Walter Travis, the Old golf course opened in 1927.
The old course consists of the Pines/Willows combo. I'd rank the 3 9's Willows, Falls, Pines. After the first 4 holes the Pines lacks a little personality. However, the members love it. With that said Scranton has some of the nicest conditions of any course in NEPA. The fairways are plush, the greens are absolutely perfect and ruff thick and tough. Also, the bunkering is some of the best you'll find anywhere. If you play a tournament here, most likely you'd play the Old Course. However, if you get the chance play, play the North which is Falls/Willows. It's a better mix of holes. Scranton isn't an overly tough course even from the tips. If you've got a good short game you can score well here.
The Country Club of Scranton
Golf Only facility
24 tees driving range
27 regulation holes
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