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Easton, PA  18042-6979
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The Club at Morgan Hill Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,749 yards | 135 slope

72.8 rating | Bent grass

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The Club at Morgan Hill Golf Course

The 18-hole "The Club at Morgan Hill" course at the Morgan Hill Golf Course facility in Easton, Pennsylvania features 6,749 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.8 and it has a slope rating of 135 on Bent grass. Designed by Kelly Blake Moran, the The Club at Morgan Hill golf course opened in 2004. Maryann Lapio manages the course as the General Manager.


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Reviewed October 16, 2013

Played here as part of an outing this past weekend and the course, staff, restaurant and overall value was so good, I had to write a review. Extremely interesting design with every hole different from the next; FWs were well-kept; the greens were running true but very contoured. Breathtaking views of the surrounding area. I’m not sure where the bad reviews could possibly come from, unless people are blaming the course for their bad play. Admittedly, the course is difficult with lots of elevation changes and uneven lies. If you are a beginner or wild off the tee, you will be punished. But it generally takes playing more than once to figure out how to play this beast. I played here for the 1st time in the Spring and got my @$!*% handed to me. I had to come back for revenge and that I did, 98 to 86. Stopped at the 19th hole after the round (Vintage Restaurant and Bar) and tried both the buffalo wings and the sweet sriracha wings. Banging. My only disappointment was that there’s no range except for a big net to hit into. Previously played Architect’s Golf Course right down the road, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself more here. And the difference in value is insane. $50 rate for this on a weekend vs $100 plus? No contest. A must play, but bring you’re a game.

Reviewed December 17, 2012

Very demanding layout. Severe elevation changes, large but sloping fairways, blind tee shots, and many undulating greens with swails ,gullies, and strategic bunkering make this course not recommended for beginners and those that cannot legitimately break 100. The pro shop is nice and clean and the personnel are very friendly and helpful. The course is always in great shape and the scenery is the best you can find in the Lehigh Valley. During the day the rates are a bit steep but the twilight rates are equal or better than what you would find at your local muni or muni like courses. Twilight is mostly when I play at Morgan Hill and there really is nothing like playing into the sunset on a warm summer evening with the breathtaking scenery this course has to offer. An absolutely must play for the better player and the under 20 handicap.

Reviewed October 15, 2012

This place should be called the Club at Morgan Mountain. Every hole is severely uphill or severely downhill which makes it extremely challenging. Unfortunately the challenge also results in slow rounds.

Reviewed May 16, 2012

Honestly, I'm not sure whether other reviewers have ever played a hill course before as there's so much complaining about blind tees, elevation changes, etc. Maybe it was too challenging? Maybe they should play Green Pond or Wedgewood or some other course that's flat and easy? In my view, Morgan Hill represents not only one of the most enjoyable rounds in the area, but also a terrific value - $30 twilight? For a course that definitely keeps you on your toes at all times, that's got excellent groundskeeping, views that are fantastic, and a layout that really is unique? All those sidehill holes, the steep tees, and blind zones make the course interesting. If you're a beginner, then yes - it's apt to be an ego-bruising round. But for a golfer who wants something more than the usual former rectangle of farm field that's been stuffed with acres of side-by-side monotony, this is nirvana. The only detraction I can see is continuing construction (or unfinished earth moving?) that visually degrades two holes, #3 & #4. Otherwise it's very nicely done. I've never seen anything but courteous service. It sounds to me like a lot of the complaints below had nothing to do with "golf" and everything to do with "social outing". If you're out to play golf, does it really twist your knickers that you can't bring a cooler?? Gimme a break, guys...

Reviewed September 03, 2010

Reviewed June 16, 2010

I played this course recently with a 8 person outing. It was our second round of the day, so we played a best ball scramble. We played on Friday afternoon for a twilight rate of $45. We had played Architects earlier in the day, so not getting raked for another round was a welcome surprise. The course is beautiful and well maintained. The vistas, on almost every hole, were remarkable. As others noted before there are some drastic elevation changes; the course is built on a small mountain. Although these elevation changes provide stunning views, the golf is so-so, dare I say almost gimmicky, especially if it is your first time playing here. Most shots off the tee are blind or at extreme elevations. The course does a good job setting up aiming flags at the top of hills for the blind shots. Overall, this course needs a couple of rounds to get used to and fully enjoy. Also of note, we had lunch at the club house. There is a good selection of sandwiches which everyone in the group I was with enjoyed.

Reviewed January 26, 2010

Reviewed September 12, 2009

Very Challenging Course For A Beginner............

I recently started playing golf while on vacation this summer. I found this course very challenging compared to a course while at Cape Cod. If you think this course is going to be a walk in the park, you're dead wrong. Blind tees (meaning that I couldn't see the fairway), couldn't see where the greens were, excessively hilly as well (felt like my golf cart was going to tip over at times). However, I played this course under some bad weather conditions. It had rained the previous night and was raining off and on while I was playing. Overall though, I give this course a thumbs up because it's well maintained, originally designed and I enjoy a challenge, even though I stunk it up. Definitely try this course, but, make sure you bring your A game and scrutinize the layout of each hole beforehand.

Reviewed August 18, 2009

Normally a great course- not for everyone, because of the hilly terrain and a number of blind shots. A challenge for even the advanced player due to the changes in elevation, and difficulty in selecting a proper club. We make it a point to play here at least a couple of times each year. However, greens were aerated August 10- needless to say the greens were awful 6 days later, Were told they aerate this time every year, which for bent grass is nuts

Reviewed April 27, 2009

the worst

Built on the side of a hill where no golf course should be built, impossible to walk, must keep cart on path so you end up walking anyway. There are at least 20 courses within 10 miles of this abortion where actual golf can be played. Oh, there is no driving hit into a net.

Reviewed March 05, 2009

Reviewed February 08, 2009

To MCDGOLF: To trash the course because the greens were a little challenging and demand shot positioning or because you couldn't keep your ball in play just leads me to not believe that you shot a 78. Sounds more like your score after 9 holes from the sound of your criticism. If you couldn't see or realize that you needed to shape your shot to compensate for the fairway slope only confirms my opinion. And perhaps if you checked out the layout of the holes before playing them you wouldn't have been dumb enough to hit into all those bunkers. You sound like a very poor sport and a real complainer. You're probably someone that throws clubs or slams them into the ground and has a little tantrum when they don't hit a shot perfectly.

Personally, I think the course has a lot of character...each hole is unique and demanding. Perhaps a couple aren't 'straight-forward' holes but holes like that are found on many courses. The course is very pleasant to the eye and is a good challenge for players of any caliber, maybe a bit on the tough side for very high handicap players but definitely a lot of fun and a very nice experience to play.

So, don't believe the poor sport above. Give it a least once. You'll probably want to play it again as soon as possible.

Reviewed October 25, 2008

Many people don't like this course but I don't understand why. It is challenging no doubt. You need to play it few times to really enjoy it but the course is gem. If you like flat greens that don't test your putting ability then stay away. Slight misses chipping or pitching onto these greens could result in diasterous results. The fairways are full of bad lies but they are wide enough to swing away. The course is well bunkered and the traps are full of fluffy sand. We have always been treated right there and the course runs specials throughout the year. Even in the fall the course is clean and well maintained. Everyone should play it at three times before passing judgment. Riverview is a field compared to this place.

Reviewed September 12, 2008

Reviewed July 24, 2008

This was the worst course I have ever played. I shot a 78 so I am saying this not because I had a bad score. It was so poorly designed on the top of this mountain. Almost every hole had a directional flag. You could hit a perfect drive only to find your ball in one of the fairway bunkers not visible from the tee. THe development running through the course was terrible. Who would live next to such a dump of a golf course. You practically played mini golf on the greens with all the ridiculous mounds and humps. NEVER COME TO THIS DUMP OF A GOLF COURSE!!!!!!!!!

Reviewed July 23, 2008

I came I saw and I conquered. I don't see what all the fuss is about. First hole 15 foot birdie putt (easy par 5). I could have done without the directional flags though. I came to play a few rounds of golf with my brother in law. My biggesst complaint is that even when the crowds were small they still paired us up with others. This can really slow down your game and your fun looking for the lost golfballs of people you dont't even know and those who shouldn't be playing a course of this level. The little african american cart girl provided us with excellent customer service. Great place to play golf.

Reviewed July 02, 2008

Let's start with the good... Nice pro shop and great bar with deck overlooking the 18th green. Conditions very good. Well manicured tee boxes, fairways, and greens. Scenery is unbelievable. Several holes have views of mountains, river, lehigh valley, and over into NJ. Absolutely beautiful.
Now the not so good... Don't come here if you are looking to post a good score or impress your buddies. Add about 6 strokes to your normal scoring average. Most, if not all, the tee shots are challenging. Several are blind, but they are at least good enough to put directional flags in the fairways to give you an aiming point on these blind shots. After your tee shot, it's hard to find a level lie on the course. So practice those shots with the ball above or below your feet. And don't think it will let up once you get to the green. Most greens are crowned and if you're not in the middle, will roll off the front or the back. Then if you are in the middle, there are often times ridges or tiers to contend with. Expect a few 3 putts. There is no easy hole on this course. It is a grind from start to finish. I don't recommend for 20+ handicappers. If you can mentally prepare yourself for this and come with that mindset, you can enjoy yourself here. Just expect to shoot about 6 strokes more than normal. And come well-rested. You will be mentally and physically exhausted afterward.

Reviewed June 18, 2008

Very difficult, but maintenance and scenery are first rate. Play this course with the right frame of mind - expect to not play well and just enjoy yourself, enjoy the view, and you will have fun. Put the scorecard away and laugh at yourself when you hit a perfect drive down the middle only to find your ball in a sandtrap in the center of the fairway that you couldn't see from the tee. It's as hard as they say, but if you accept that going in you should have a good time.

Reviewed May 07, 2008

Really enjoyed playing the course at Morgan Hill, with the new upgrades. Competitive yet fair, and we thought overall, a good value for our money, particularly during the week. Great views of the Lehigh Valley, and the four of us enjoyed the menu and wine selection at the club house restuarant. Flat screens were nice.. so were the locker rooms. Very nice for a public course..
signed, Tin Cup Brad

Reviewed May 06, 2008

I really enjoy playing this course. I am a high handicapper and it's tough because you rarely have a flat lie even in a fairway, but that's one of the things that makes it challenging. Recently, they have done some things to make it more enjoyable (repositioned and filled in some bunkers, etc.). There are some really great views of Easton and of the river. I like it a lot better than Riverview because you can only see the river on one or two holes at Riverview and it has an uninteresting layout.

I have never had a bad interaction with any of the staff at any time. I have played in a bunch of outings and on my own. They have a cooler rule like most courses, but I have come to expect that, and it isn't a big deal to me. I would suspect that some of the issues people were facing had to do with new staff and a young course.

The restaurant food at Vintage is really good, although it can be very slow at times even when there aren't a lot of people there. I have only been there for lunch.

Overall, I like it because it's close to me and fun to play.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Carole O. 19 86 67 04/12/10
2 Steve L. 20 90 70 08/20/05
3 james C. 18 89 71 09/12/07
4 terence B. 20 91 71 11/16/09
5 AUGIE P. 31 103 72 11/28/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
35 Walter F. 19 102 83 09/06/15

Golf Course Information

About The Club at Morgan Hill

Morgan Hill Golf Course

Community facility

12 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Maryann Lapio, General Manager
Evan Grube, Golf Professional
Joseph D'Annibale, Superintendent

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