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417 Fairground Rd
Mill Hall, PA  17751-9510
United States
P: (570) 726-4222
F: (570) 726-6062
Belles Spring Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,937 yards | 124 slope

73.2 rating | Bent grass

Belles Spring Golf Course

The 18-hole "Belles Spring" course at the Belles Spring Golf Course facility in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania features 6,937 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.2 and it has a slope rating of 124 on Bent grass. Designed by Edmund B. Ault, ASGCA, the Belles Spring golf course opened in 1969. Judd Caruso, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed May 21, 2015

I've played this course many times over the years, and have no complaints about the actual golf course.
This course has some of the worst staff and rangers I have ever encountered, they sincerely feel like they are doing you a favor by patronizing their golf course.
Attempts at managing pace of play are non existent, starters greet you with a grunt, and rangers could not be more useless and rude.
Experiences like this make me feel like quitting golf.

Reviewed April 13, 2012

This course is an absolute nightmare!, with the worst part being the J***a** who works in the pro shop.
I booked a tee time for two on Good Friday in the afternoon. We showed up to pay, and the pro shop tells us $50 bucks for 18 holes.
Now keep in mind, this course is on the PA Cancer golf pass, which entitles the user to a free round, weekdays. Additionally, I was on their mailing list and had an email for a $32 round for 18 riding. None of this seemed to matter.
I told him we had cancer cards, and said they are no good on weekends- , I responded, Since when is Friday a weekend day? his response was,Well, it's a holiday- I said Good Friday is a holday?- He said, today it is, $50 bucks take it or leave it! This guy is an absolute criminial. My partner and I refused to pay $50 for a wide open muni course which was overcrowded, no rangers, and poorly maintained.
When we told him we'll just play 9 because he told us it would be a 6 hour round, he laughed in our face like we were asking for his left N**!
Eventually he agreed and charged us $31 to play 9 holes. It took us just under 3 hours to play 9 brutal holes because of slow play, my partner was almost hit with 3 balls from hackers from other holes and our cart was hit once!
Absolute golfing nightmare with incredibly rude and dishonest staff!
I would avoid this place at all costs!

Reviewed September 02, 2008

beautiful course. very long. pretty open for slices and hooks off the tee boxes. two long par 3s 210 and 192and the first par five 610 yards! thats pretty long for me. i will definitely play here again.

Reviewed June 13, 2008

First,went to this course 30 bucks noon-4 w/cart great deal.Second we call down to get tee time 1:30.Third we arrive to airrating of the greens, we drove 45 minutes.Last we played in horrible conditions very disappointing. We asked the pro shop attendant why he didn't tell us about the airrating he said the manager told them never to say anything unless asked.I RATE THIS COURSE GREAT I RATE MANAGER MEATHEAD

Reviewed January 13, 2007

Greg- Greencastle

I drove three hours to play this course in January. The winter rate was no bargain at $28, but being the only course in the neighborhood allows the "high" fee (most courses in my neck of the woods are $20 for winter rates). This course, a few miles outside Loch Haven gives you three holes to catch your breathe. I soon realized that the Ault designed course, with strategically placed sand traps and undulating greens, would offer a very challenging and enjoyable round. The par 5 fourth is over 600 yards and the almost 200 yard par 3 fifth are a prelude of things to come. The lay-out of 6-9 and most of the back consists of rolling terrain. Hole ten is the signature hole with quite a sloped green and a beautiful giant wind vane just yards away. The view from the 11th green and the 12th tee showcase most of the course and the huge steep mountains in the backdrop...a true highlight to the round. Hole 13 plays 590 from the blue tees and the par 3 14th plays 210, so this course definitely has some lengthy holes. The price might be a little high...but I would definitely play this course again if I were in the of the more enjoyable challenging courses I've played in Pennsylvania!


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Michael L. 30 98 68 10/12/08
2 kevin S. 9 79 70 06/08/08
3 rob M. 31 104 73 08/22/07
4 Joe O. 21 95 74 06/01/09
5 Patrick G. 6 80 74 10/10/07
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
14 brendan E. N/A 84 84 09/06/15

Golf Course Information

About Belles Spring

Belles Spring Golf Course

Golf Only facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Belles Spring

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Course Staff

Judd Caruso, PGA, Golf Professional
Patrick G. Steinbacher, Superintendent
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