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Lake Harmony, PA  18624
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North Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,807 yards | 122 slope

70.2 rating | Bent grass

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North Golf Course

The 18-hole "North" course at the Split Rock Golf Club and Sunset Green Restaurant facility in Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania features 6,807 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.2 and it has a slope rating of 122 on Bent grass. Designed by Robert Sterrett, the North golf course opened in 1990. 

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

Nice course, but difficult.

Played Split Rocks North course on a cool late October Saturday just a few days before the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. We played as part of the Split Rock Resorts Golf Package.

This is a difficult course. There are plenty of environmental areas that will eat up your golf balls. Worse, these are not marked as hazards, so if you are scoring correctly, you must treat these as lost balls and go back to where you hit from and hit again. Your score can rise very quickly on this course.

This is towards the end of the golfing year and the weather was not great, so there were only a few people on the course. I do not 100% agree with a previous poster about the maintenance. The course was in acceptable shape. It is towards the end of the year and they were only using one set of tee boxes and there was an impending hurricane about to arrive, but I saw no problems overall with the maintenance given the situation and time of year. There was a green in spotty condition here and there, but nothing major in my opinion.

There are some great views of the surrounding area from some of the higher elevation holes. Some holes border I-80, so road noise can be a distraction at times. The back nine is significantly harder than the front nine. This course in my opinion plays much harder than its course and slope rating suggests. If you are looking for an easier go of it, play the North front nine followed by the South 9 holes, which were the original holes of the resort - they have added the North course holes relatively recently.

We did not pay for our rounds separately, as the cost was included in the Golf Package at the resort, but I understand a weekend round with cart was about $55.

In summary, if you are staying at the resort and the weather is nice, play a round here. Just bring lots of golf balls.

Reviewed September 06, 2012

Don't waste your time or money playing this course. Layout is punishing and I have seen better fairways in local cow pastures. Greens are not well maintained and very average. Won't play here again.

Reviewed September 02, 2012

Worst layout I've played in 20 years. Overly penal even for scratch golfers. Garbage on both sides of nearly every hole, forced carries everywhere and blind tee shots all over the place from the tips. Also some blind lay up shots on par 5's. This is the definition of target golf. Chewed up fairways, pebble bunkers instead of sand bunkers in spots and just not that good of a golf course. Poor design in several areas that would be best described as gimmicky or just poor golf architecture. I was wondering why none of my golf addict buddies knew about this place and we play the Poconos all the time (go play Jack Frost and Blue Ridge Trail they are FAR superior golf courses in every aspect) We then went to grab lunch and waited 1/2 an hour for a wrap and a salad. 60 bucks for golf, 36 bucks for lunch plus driving out to Poconos, simply not worth the money especially with chewed up fairways and tee boxes. Tee box on 17th for tips was totally overgrown/abandoned. I seriously could see this place going out of business. Sorry to bash but this is the worst course I've played in 20 years.

Reviewed June 09, 2010

This is a very nice course that can be very difficult for the average golfer. You must be hit it straight and accurate to stay out of trouble. It is always in good condition.

Reviewed August 30, 2009

Played 2 weeks ago. Galleria is in sad shape I don't recommend staying there.

When I played the course the front 9 had just been poorly aerated and greens were nearly impossible to putt. The back 9 wasn't and the greens were fine.

Course was over watered in several places.

Course was a hodge podge, many layups and and forced carries. Tough to play the first time. Some really stupid architecture, like an up hill par 3, number 13, with a forced carry to a narrow green which probably wouldn't have held my hybrid shot if I had gotten my shot all the way up to the green.

Number 18 is a blind tee shot over bushes without any idea of where the limits of the fairway are.

I played from the blue tees and blew through some of the fairways because of the short lengths of doglegs but couldn't make 2 of the forced carries.

Nearly impossible to walk the course. Some long distances between some of the holes.

Tough to recommend at its full weekend rate but we played it when they had a special on the green fees during the week making it less than $40.00 per player.

Reviewed May 09, 2009

My brother, cousin, friend and I played the north course on 05/08/09. We were VERY impressed. I should say first that we stayed at the resort on a golf package. It was the most awesome value we have found in recent years. The accomodations were nice, the food outstanding, and the golf course awesome. From the starter on hole #1 to the 19th hole afterward, we were made to feel welcome and at home. We will certainly be back next year...... The course is a real toughy if you aren't hitting it straight. There are some blind shots, a ton of elevation change, and lots of strategically placed bunkers. Paying attention to the g.p.s. on the carts is key. On a scale of 1-10, I would rate the tee boxes as a 7 (level and clean, but a bit chewed up), the fairways as a 10 and the greens as a 9. The traps were a solid 9 too (clean, raked and fluffy). Trouble for us came in the way of over and under clubbing and wild tee shots. Most of the course is pretty tight, and you need to be hitting it straight and with reasonable distance. A couple of the par 3's are killers, with lay-up's almost a necessity for short to average length hitters. The club selection errors are more a function of the elevation changes and winds than anything else. I could see how we would likely play better here a second time around. The only bummer for us was the "cart path only" ruling, due to all of the rain they've had recently. The course did appear to drain well though. In summary, I would highly recommend this course for those who really appreciate the game. You won't be disappointed.

Reviewed July 31, 2008

On a weds it's 2 for 1, big value.
Look for balls in the woods, you'll come out with more than you lose. Good times. Take a cart unless you're a horse.

Reviewed July 30, 2008

This course will kick your butt, especially for a 95-100 player. A friend of mine recommends you get a bucket of range balls. It's cheaper than the dozen you are going to lose. It is a tough challanging course, but always enjoyable. Maintenence is great, the new club house is beautiful. Lots of elevation changes.

Reviewed April 30, 2007


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1 Brian W. N/A 64 64 09/01/12
2 james R. 18 88 70 08/16/08
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5 Tom C. 16 90 74 07/25/07
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About Split Rock Golf Club and Sunset Green Restaurant, North

Split Rock Golf Club and Sunset Green Restaurant

Resort facility

16 tees driving range

27 regulation holes

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Brian Patrick, PGA, Golf Professional
Scot Seidel, Superintendent
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