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115 Woodland Rd
Mount Pocono, PA  18344-7167
United States
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www.mountairycasino.com
Mount Airy Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

71 par | 6,565 yards | 141 slope

72.6 rating | Blue grass

Recommend this course: +1 -0

Mount Airy Golf Course


The 18-hole "Mount Airy" course at the Mount Airy Golf Club facility in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania features 6,565 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.The course rating is 72.6 and it has a slope rating of 141 on Blue grass. Designed by Hal C. Purdy/(R) Dan Schlegel, ASGCA, the Mount Airy golf course opened in 2009. Chris Zelenka, PGA manages the course as the Director of Golf.

Course Reviews


Mount Airy Golf Course, was beautiful to play. I enjoyed my first time there. However, The 13 hole was a Demon to play in the pouring rain

For a casino resort course the clubhouse is substandard, almost no parking, and no practice area at all! (not even a putting green). The course itself was a nice layout and in great condition given the bad weather recently. Nice balance of hills and fairway spacing for playability. For a hot day though the water stations were empty by noon and the water girl only roamed the front nine so if your thirsty in the back nine you may have jump into the ponds. Great value for $40, and some days they give casino slot credits with the greens fees.

Played twice this year within the last month. There is new construction plus they are installing a new irrigation system. Nonetheless, I played for only $20 (with cart) and I gotta say it was a tremendous value. There was one hole which was closed so we decided to just play the par 3 #9 hole twice.

Most (if not all) of the tee boxed were chewed up and/or dry. The fairways were hard as concrete. The greens were in pretty good shape if you prefer them slow. It was like putting thru mud.

Anyway, taking into consideration all the construction and such I'm gonna recommend Mt Airy as not as a must play but to play again in the near future when all the construction is complete. I thoroughly enjoyed the round.

Played the course May 25,2010 Nice course, the day I played I thought the greens and tees could have been cut but no big deal. Number 2 was closed for maintenance. There are a number of water holes and blind shots. So if you are not being pushed by other groups drive up the fairway and take a look. The price was right for the course. Parking lot has much to be desired. Would I play it again yes.

This course is preparing itself to be an amazing course. If someone told you it re-opened up less then a year ago, you would never know. The staff was very friendly, specifically while waiting was more then willing to have us play a few holes on the back-9 while waiting for a last mem. in our group. Bu then our final member did show up. We played a scramble and it was a great time. I would def. take the hour and a half trip again before the end of this season.

Mount Airy Golf Course in Mount Pocono PA is in great condition for a course that has been closed for over two years. It isn't in the super groomed condition of the old Mt. Airy Resort course, but that was a time long past when the resort boasted the finest course in the Poconos. On the day I played, July 1, 2009, the greens were still running slow and the rough and fairways, although cut and cared for, still had the feel of a recently reopened course. Compared with the old days, the course was easier to play because some of the trees and bushes were removed or cut back. One thing that wasn't change was the topology. The layout is simply unbelievable! For double digit handicap golfers I recommend playing a scramble. High handicappers can quickly become discouraged because of the difficulty of the course. The only disappointment was the par 5 sixteenth hole. The tees are moved up to the middle of the fairway to protect the cars in the casino parking lot against stray shots. The tee however is cut on the downward slope of the fairway which makes for an awkward stance. The distance needed to cross the lake just in front of the green is about 220 yards. We didn't know if it was a par 3 or a par 4. Two guys played layup shots playing it as a par 4 and the other two tried to clear the lake, but after they missed claimed that they too were playing a par 4 hole. If that tee box were dug level, even this would have been a great golf hole, but it can never be as good as it was as a par 5. They need to fence the parking lot. All in all, I would rate the course as 4.5 out of 5 in its current condition but expect it will be 5 out of 5 soon.
Michael Richardson

It was near the construction site.
Course layout was difficult and demanding, but also interesting. Would like to play again after nearby construction.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Jet W. 11 78 67 07/10/13
2 Jet W. 11 79 68 07/11/13
3 Brian W. N/A 68 68 10/22/12
4 Joseph C. 16 85 69 06/29/11
5 Matthew C. 24 94 70 08/30/13
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
24 Michael P. 25 100 87 07/02/17
15 richard S. 29 106 77 08/31/14
14 Matthew C. 24 100 76 08/10/14
10 Joshua W. 33 107 74 09/08/13
5 Matthew C. 24 94 70 08/30/13

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About Mount Airy

Mount Airy Golf Club

Resort facility

18 regulation holes

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Chris Zelenka, PGA, Director of Golf
Andy Faist, Superintendent
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