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100 Shawnee Inn Drive
Shawnee On Delaware, PA  18356
United States
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Red Course

9 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

36 par | 3,362 yards

Bent grass

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Red Golf Course

The 9-hole "Red" course at the The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort facility in Shawnee On Delaware, Pennsylvania features 3,362 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. Designed by A.W. Tillinghast, the Red golf course opened in 1906. Rob Howell manages the course as the General Manager.

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Reviewed March 07, 2010

This course is overprice3d and not that great a layout.

Reviewed May 09, 2009

I took a foursome down from the Binghamton, NY area to play Shawnee and Split Rock on 05/07 & 05/08/09. The foursome consisted of myself, my brother, my cousin, and a good friend. We had a really nice time. Shawnee was even better than we expected. We played the red/blue combo, and were hoping to fit the white course in last. As it turned out, they were doing maintenance on the white and we played the red again. The majority of the red/blue combo is on the island, and there are some really pretty holes. Course conditions were near perfect, and I would give the fairways a 9 out of 10 and the greens a perfect 10. The tee boxes were a solid 8 (mostly level and plush). The sand bunkers were an 8 too (raked, clean and debris free). The rough is the big issue here...If you find yourself in it (and we often did), you should forego any thoughts of heroics and just think in terms of a salvage operation. Get it back on the short stuff and take your lumps. It's a lesson hard learned and you should heed this warning.....We found the carts to be in great shape (electric). The only thing lacking was g.p.s....fortunately we have garmin's. The course is predominantly flat, with some criss-crossing of the the holes. It's important to pay close attention to the signs and watch to be certain you stay on the right color course. The river views are beautiful, and you'll find some nice mountain views as well. We found the pro-shop staff to be reasonably friendly and the starter was outstanding. Prices are high here for food/beverages, so be prepared to pay or conceal. We got a great deal on the golfcard ($39) which saved us enough for a hot dog and some libations. If we had to offer one gripe, it would be the lack of lateral distance markers (colored posts, etc.). There were fairway disk markers, but they didn't do us any good from a distance (again-thank God for the garmin's). ...

Reviewed June 25, 2008

I played Shawnee for the first time today and i have mixed feelings about it. I played the Red/White combo and found it to a fair test of golf, not overly challenging but very enjoyable. Holes, 2, 6, 9 were my favorite on red and 3, 4, 7 on the white. I ended up playing with two guys from Chicago that were in the area on business and i couldn't have gotten hooked up with two nicer guys. I don't like playing with low low handicappers who make me uncomfortable. They were ok players but had great etiquete and made for a really fun round. As for the course, it was nice. The greens were fantastic. They rolled true had plenty of undulation, but weren't over the top tricky. I was two putting everything which is the exception not the norm for me. The fairways were ok. There was some bare spots but 90% of the red/white combo was plush. The sandbunkers and tees were well maintained except maybe 1 or 2 spots. With all that said i'm not quite sure why anyone pays $65 during the week and $85 on the weekend for this place. Sure it has some nice history behind it but it is way over priced IMO. I got a great discount on a greens fee and paid $30, i'd be comfortable paying $40 during the week but anything higher than that and i can play nicer courses within the same distance especially given the price of gas. Shawnee was about a 45 minute drive for me. If i catch another deal i might play it again but i deffinately don't consider this a must replay. I'm trying to play as many Pocono courses as i can this summer and Shawnee was a must play because of it's history and character. I was intrigued by the island and it's location on the Delaware. I also want to tackle Woodloch Springs, Jack Frost National, CC of the Poconos and Tamiment this season.

Reviewed August 24, 2007

When you play in tournaments at Shawnee, they usually have you play the Blue and Red course. Red is harder than the White layout, with Blue the toughest of the three.

See my comments under the Blue course.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tim L. N/A 45 45 06/14/08
2 Henry S. N/A 54 54 09/15/13
3 Brian W. N/A 68 68 11/12/12
4 Hiroshi S. 21 91 70 07/05/08
5 jack N. 32 105 73 06/22/08
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About The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort, Red

The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort

Resort facility

28 tees driving range

27 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Rob Howell, General Manager
Nick Lussier, Golf Professional
Steve Taggart, Director of Golf Operations

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