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287 Scottish Heights Dr
Brockport, PA  15823-3429
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Scottish Heights Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,660 yards | 122 slope

70.7 rating | Rye grass

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Scottish Heights Golf Course

The 18-hole "Scottish Heights" course at the Scottish Heights Golf Club & Lodge facility in Brockport, Pennsylvania features 6,660 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.7 and it has a slope rating of 122 on Rye grass. Scottish Heights golf course opened in 1995. Shawn Whalin manages the course as the Owner.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed July 14, 2010

Um....walk??? Out of the question!!! I've been for-warned about the "hillness" of this course and it was no understatement. After playing about 170 courses, I've not found a single course as up and down as this. It's hard to review this course. For the holes that are down in the flat...extremely scenic with running streams meandering nearby. For the holes that go wayyy up and wayyyy's fun at first (down) and tiring later (especially up). Trying to figure what club to use becomes mind-boggling. Slopes soooo steep that where I would normally hit a 9 iron...I hit a 7 iron and just barely made it to the fringe. I hit three clubs up for a 180 yard downhill Par 3 (Hole 10) and over hit the green. It's that mind-boggling! The holes at the bottom of the slope as stated before are gorgous...especially the two Par 3s (Hole 4 and Hole 13) as are the flatter Holes 5 and 6. Nothing compares to the impressive drop and into the woods Par 4 of the most beautiful holes anywhere. But...the ups and downs take their toll and the course ends with three somewhat borish holes at the pinnacle height of the golf course (though 16 offers quite a view for miles around). The final hole, a Par 5, has a fairway so sloped towards the woods that if they mowed it much lower, there's little chance to keep it out with any sort of fade. A great risk/reward hole. Some rolling greens also. My son and I took over five minutes to find the 10th tee and even asked for directions and couldn't find's not very close to the clubhouse. So....would I drive the 3 hours to return...haven't a clue! The most mind-boggling course I've ever played for sure!

Reviewed August 21, 2008

very hilly not a bad course though

Reviewed August 22, 2007

Reviewed August 16, 2007

Wild terrain, absolute blast to play. Well worth the drive to play. Cost to walk can not be beat.

Reviewed July 11, 2007

As you enter the driveway climbing the hill leading to the Scottish Heights Club House and your car down shifts to first gear to climb the hill, you get the idea that your score today can be as up and down as this course. The view from the club house located on the top of the hill is very impressive. You can see much of the course from the first tee and gives you the feeling, no matter what, that you are going to have a good day on the golf course. Many of the holes are wide open. You can spray your drive all over the course and still be able to shoot at the green. Then there are some holes that the course will tighten up on you and remind you that you do are suppose to hit the ball straight. The course is very well maintained. There are 3 kinds of holes on this course, down hill, up hill and flat. You do not get many side hill lies to play but you get your share of down hill ones and up hill ones. On the 10th tee, which is a par 3, you can see the green in the valley below. It is just fun to decide the right club to hit. You make your shot, let it fly and wait for what it seems like forever for the ball to fall on the green in the valley below.

The greens putt true and are fairly quick. The greens can give you some nice long ones to drop in but can also give you 3 putts too if you do not pay attention. The greens allow you to shoot at the flag or play bump and run. If you do not like the sand, your in luck, because there is none. The rough is cut short enough to make shots from. If you hit a really poor shot and go past even the rough, you have a challenging shot from the very high grass.

They allow you to walk this course on weekdays. I did walk all 18. On some holes, the distance from the green to the next tee is a hike in it self. You climb the hill (remember the car down shifted to first gear) back the club house twice on the front nine and twice on the back nine. If you are not in good shape or it is a hot day, I do not recommend walking it unless you plan on combining your day hike with some golf mixed in. But the only way to get the real feel of the course is to walk it on a weekday. You get to really enjoy the beauty of this fine course. You should plan on taking over 4 hours to play this course because of the layout. The green fees on the weekend, which include a cart, are a very good value. I recommend that Scottish Heights is one course that should be high your list to play in this area of PA.

Reviewed June 25, 2007

Scottish Hieghts

Up and down the hills, not sure I really liked the layout, however I only played it once. I will probably give it another try sometime...

Reviewed June 23, 2007

UK Visitors

We came to play some golf in Pa. We visited some great golf courses across the State and the only one we came back to for a second bite was Scottish Heights. It beat us first time but we fought a good draw second time around!


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Brendan C. 26 51 24 07/14/19
2 Jesse P. 12 48 36 04/05/09
3 Ralph S. 22 60 38 04/10/11
4 Philip P. 25 95 70 08/11/10
5 timothy F. 18 92 74 06/11/08
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Brendan C. 26 51 24 07/14/19
10 Brian J. N/A 88 88 08/04/18
4 Philip P. 26 111 85 11/04/14
4 Philip P. 26 111 85 10/30/14

Golf Course Information

About Scottish Heights Golf Club & Lodge

Scottish Heights Golf Club & Lodge

Resort facility

25 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Shawn Whalin, Owner
Dennis Schneider, Superintendent
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