Top 20 courses in Pennsylvania in 2015 according to Golf Advisor reviews



From the Steel City to the City of Brotherly Love and everywhere in between, golfers were busy in the state of Pennsylvania in 2015. We've looked at the thousands of reviews submitted to uncover the top 20 courses according to your ratings and reviews. In a state known as the home of Arnold Palmer, as well as some of the country's most prestigious country clubs, from Pitt's Fox Chapel C.C. and Oakmont C.C. to Philly's Merion and Aronimink, there are some great, lesser known public courses lost in the mix.

In addition to Pennsylvania's largest metro areas, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, the Poconos, Gettysburg and other getaway towns showcase the diverse collection of courses in the state. There is even some history in the list: designs by A.W. Tillinghast and Geoffrey Cornish are represented along with a handful of the state's top modern designs.

So check out this year's top 20, sorted out by a course's overall and subcategory star ratings, and let us know which are your favorite golf courses in Pennsylvania. You can click on each course guide page to view detailed ratings and reviews information.

Top 20 golf courses in Pennsylvania

20. Bella Vista Golf Course

Gilbertsville

19. Iron Valley Golf Club

Lebanon

18. Rolling Acres Golf Course

Beaver Falls

17. Green Meadows Golf Course

Volant

16. Suncrest Golf Course

Butler

15. Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort

Shawnee on Delaware

14. Mountain View Golf Club

Fairfield

13. The Regents' Glen Country Club

York

12. Lenape Heights Golf Course

Ford City

11. Links At Gettysburg

Gettysburg

10. Pilgrim's Oak Golf Course

Peach Bottom

9. Jack Frost National Golf Course

Blakeslee

8. Glen Brook Country Club

Stroudsburg

7. Sugarloaf Golf Club

Sugarloaf

6. Galen Hall Golf Club

Wernersville

5. Champion Lakes Golf Club

Bolivar

4. Country Club at Woodloch Springs

Hawley

3. Wyncote Golf Club

Oxford

2. Golden Oaks Golf Club

Fleetwood

1. Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club

Mountain Top

Feb 17, 2016



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