Country Club of Harrisburg
|Red (W)||71||5086 yards||69.3||119|
|Blue M: 71.0/123||385||214||353||310||419||138||437||498||363||3117||173||532||156||403||536||386||166||572||296||3220||6337|
|White M: 69.7/122||380||206||331||287||400||115||404||492||358||2973||168||505||146||401||532||365||157||546||285||3105||6078|
|Red W: 71.3/121||367||167||209||277||390||105||310||433||353||2611||163||478||136||382||435||289||148||475||272||2778||5389|
Fantastic Historic Course, Must Play
The Country Club of Harrisburg is an absolute amazing experience. Great staff and amenities are icing on the cake where the course, the views and the challenge are the keys that make this club a must play for everyone.
I've played golf all across the country and never played a course like this one. The course conditions are perfect but the terrain is a real challenge. On the 14 holes where you would hit driver, you cannot see the landing area; i.e., every tee shot other than the par 3s is blind. Beyond that, you will not have a flat lie anywhere except the tee boxes, even in the center of the fairways. The entrance road into the property crosses 3 holes and becomes a hazard on two of them. It's a lovely course, but unless you've played it multiple times, it will frustrate you.
A William Flynn Gem
The word that best describes the Harrisburg CC is sporty. Designed by Wm Flynn it offers great views of the Susquehanna River. No two holes were alike. At 6500 yards, it was all the golf course I could have asked for.