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140 Sandy Banks Rd
Greenfield Township, PA  18407-4005
United States
P: (570) 254-4653
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Sleepy Hollow Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 5,653 yards

Blue grass

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Sleepy Hollow Golf Course

The 18-hole "Sleepy Hollow" course at the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course facility in Greenfield Township, Pennsylvania features 5,653 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. Sleepy Hollow golf course opened in 1987. Mary Petrilak manages the course as the Owner.


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Reviewed September 19, 2020

Sleepy Hollow is fairly singular for its 19th hole but that's hardly the entire story. You look at the scorecard to see 2240 yards on the front side from the tips and a total of 5600 yards in toto, even with the 19th at 403. What to do? Play the tips of course! With the exception of one hole on the front (the 4th, I believe) it's driver to within 30-40 yards of the pin then knock it on to get par or better. The 4th calls for a 6 or 7 iron to play short and left of water. Speaking of water, the 3rd green is nicely framed by a small lake... attractive hole from about 160! I cruised on the front in good time and with a good score. Nice conditions for play. Then the ride through the woods to 10 tee and the character of the course changes completely. 10 is a 500 yard par 5... about 200 yards longer than anything on the front. The par 3s are about as long as the 3s on the front but much more challenging! Out back, the grass is different, the holes are longer, sand is more abundant. Two par fours are under 400 (13 at 385 and 17 at 398), while the longest on the outward 9 was 306. The back is more heavily wooded too. At 12, I got myself excited with a tee ball to 1'!! On the back side, my approach distance was about 170 yards on average, in part due to a popped up drive on 16. On the front, it was 100. The 19th is NOT a beer hole. It is a legit 403 yards par 4 that works up a slight incline. Greens were immaculate and average speed... maybe 8 or 8.5. I had a good time and I'm hoping you will too.

Beverages Available Cart Included Challenging Food Available Friendly Staff Putting Green Quick Pace Scenic Walkable Well Maintained
Reviewed April 16, 2009

Reviewed April 30, 2008

Nice little course that people in the Scranton area thankfully forget about.I played here April 23 and the course was in terrific shape. They used to basically have one cut of grass but now there's well defined/maintained fairways atleast on the back. My only complaint is the yardage markers. They seem to be 10-15 yards off. According to them i was conistently hitting my 9 near the 150 mark, i hit my 9 iron 130-135. For the price, $14 for 9 with a cart you can do a whole lot worse. I'll be back up a few more times this year as long the conditions remain solid.

Reviewed March 26, 2008

Nice little course. A few challenging holes,seldom overcrowded. Actually has 19 holes. I play it all the time,it is my favorite course in the area to play and a great place to practice your irons!!! Very Nice!!

Reviewed November 14, 2007

Sleepy Hollow Golf Course-Our opinion

My Cousin Bob and I try to play a different course every week. We often join a couple other members of my golf league from Ely Park Municipal course (Binghamton). I am from Binghamton, N.Y. and Bob is from Hallstead, P.A. On Wednesday, October 25th 2006, we braved the cold and unstable weather to play Sleepy Hollow. The front 9 is the old executive side of the course and the back 9 is the updated full length regulation size. As with any executive style course, the front plays short. The holes are pretty, and fairly imaginative considering the size constraints. The course flows well from one hole to the next. Considering it was late in the fall and there was plenty of fauna around, they managed to keep the fairways pretty clear of leaves and the rough cut reasonably. The greens had been aerated a week or two prior, but weren't covered in plugs or mud. The back 9 is much prettier, with some nice panoramic views and well landscaped holes. The carts were well maintained and the staff was friendly and helpful. All in all, it was a pleasant experience, and we managed to keep our heads (couldn't resist). If you are in the area, and have a few hours to burn, you could do far worse than Sleepy Hollow.

Reviewed October 31, 2007

Played course on 10/21. Hight of fall colors...magnificant views. Cart paths were a bit washed out from recent heavy rains. Fairways could have been better manicured...but it is late in season. A great value and nice course

Reviewed July 19, 2007


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tom B. N/A 42 42 03/30/08
2 Mike L. N/A 43 43 07/09/09
3 James H. N/A 45 45 07/01/07
4 S W. 10 71 61 10/10/08
5 Ryan G. 18 84 66 08/25/09
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About Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow Golf Course

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

Awards at Sleepy Hollow

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Course Staff

Mary Petrilak, Owner
John Traszoos, Superintendent

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