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Sugarloaf, PA  18249-3501
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Sugarloaf Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,845 yards | 122 slope

73.0 rating

Sugarloaf Golf Course

The 18-hole "Sugarloaf" course at the Sugarloaf Golf Club facility in Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania features 6,845 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.0 and it has a slope rating of 122. Designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish, ASGCA, the Sugarloaf golf course opened in 1967. Judy Knelly manages the course as the General Manager/Co-Owner.

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Reviewed September 06, 2013

Reviewed October 29, 2012

Have played this course several times over the last 20 years. Each time I have played the course, it was in excellent condition. Over time the course has been made more difficult by upgrade of the greens with some of the revamped greens shaped like an amoeba allowing placement of pins in fingerlike extensions. Makes the shotmaking tougher and the putting more difficult. As I recall, the management over the years has had some difficulty dewatering the 16th, 17th and 18th fairways. still a tough layout with some interesting shotmaking.

Reviewed April 27, 2011

Love this course. Has a little bit of everything. Front nine nice and open with elevation change on 1 and 9. Back nine tightens up and makes you pick a shot more. They re-did the greens on 16 and 17 the past 2 years. GPS is for distance only and updates quickly. Some holes it will give a first timeer tips on how to play. Staff always great to be around. Never a problem here once. Love to play 5-10 times a year.

Reviewed February 21, 2011

Our golf outing (Hilltown Golf Outing - has always had Sugarloaf GC as our primary course we play for our golf outing ever since we started our annual golf trip 20+ years ago, and there are many reasons why it will remain our home course for our outing.
The course is a fantastic array of different types of holes to challenge all levels of golfers and that requrire a golfer to use virtually every club in his/her bag. It is a superb mountain course with many wonderful views along the entire course. As far as public courses go, it is always in solid condition and is very competitively priced, plus with its newly added cart GPS system, it is keeping up w/modern technology.
Sugarloaf boasts a fantastic bar and dining area with a wide variety of yummy food choices, anywhere from your basic bar fare of burgers and sandwiches to delicious sit-down buffet meals that can feed the starving army of a full 144 golfer outing.
The owners, Wayne and Judy Knelly, as well as their entire staff are the friendliest in the business and always have been more than accommodating to our outing and its players. The biggest reason why we love to come back every year is is because these people care about their customers and go well beyond the call of duty to make sure everything is more than just satisfactory. One does not need to think hard to figure out why Golf Digest rates this a 4-star course/operation.
Whether if you are an individual player, small or large group, do yourself a favor and check out Sugarloaf for your next round or will be one of the best golfing decisions on where to play that you will ever make.

Reviewed February 03, 2010

Sugarloaf is a wonderful mix of holes and great views for a mountain course. The front 9 is an open layout where the back 9 is more of a traditional, tree-lined mountain course. Within the past few years, they recently added some long, linksy grass to some of the open areas on the front 9 to toughen up some of the wide-open areas as well as on a few holes on the back. There are some shorter holes on the course that are fairly easy and give you a chance to score, but do not be deceived by the short par 4 #4 hole, whose green has many undulations where you must be below the hole. If you think you have the game and are brave enough to play the tips on this course, brace yourself for some tough holes, specifically the 15th hole, a par 3, 266 yard hole over water to a green on a plateau as well as another par 3 that goes 225-230 yards (#7). This course is solid for all types of players, from beginners to scratch golfers, and the price is right, w/green fees ranging from low $30's during the week to mid $40's on the weekend. The owners & staff are top notch, and the bar/restaurant accommodations & menu offerings are solid. All things considered (course, price, and staff), this is a solid 4-star value!!

Reviewed October 16, 2009

This is an excellent golf course for the green fee. It has many hills and an interesting layout. The two par 5 holes on the back were superb. The par three 15th was a monster at 220 yards into the wind,but a good hole. The fairways were good ,the greens very good ,and the tees average. A very nice golf course with a lower than average green fee. The only negative thing I can say is it was very wet, maybe because of a lot of rain, or maybe always that way. I will definately go back.

Reviewed May 01, 2009

Reviewed July 24, 2008

I played Sugarloaf in a very early am fog, so the first couple of holes went by without
seeing much. Fairly open course with some challenging greens and a good mixture of
traps. The 220 yard Par 3 #15th from the White tees is one of the hardest holes in the
area, hitting over weeds and a pond. Having driven 2 hours to play the course, I would
not do it again, but would be a nice local course to play.

Reviewed May 24, 2008

Pat Knelly is a genius! This course is great!

Reviewed April 23, 2008

Reviewed December 26, 2007

WOW, this is an excellent course! An absolute must play if you are in the area. Thanks for a great day, the course is in beautiful shape!

Reviewed September 09, 2007

Reviewed September 05, 2006

Very nice course

This course is a hidden gem. Great scenery, nice people, and a good overall value. I will definately play this course again when in the area.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Jayme G. 28 95 67 07/04/11
2 Bill S. 12 80 68 04/10/08
3 Stanley G. 21 89 68 09/21/10
4 JAMES S. 10 79 69 04/10/09
5 Charlie S. 13 82 69 09/29/13
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
5 Charlie S. 13 84 71 10/08/13
5 Charlie S. 13 85 72 10/06/13
5 Charlie S. 13 82 69 09/29/13
5 Charlie S. 13 89 76 09/27/13
5 Charlie S. 13 90 77 09/27/13

Golf Course Information

About Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf Golf Club

Golf Only facility

25 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Sugarloaf

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Course Staff

Judy Knelly, General Manager/Co-Owner
Mike Dulina, Golf Professional
Patrick S. Knelly, Superintendent
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