The Inn At Pocono Manor - East Course
The Inn at Pocono Manor offers two championship golf courses, conveniently located less than two hours from New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. Surrounded by the beauty of the Poconos, the inn has earned a spot on the National Registry of Historic Places. George Fazio designed the West Course, and the East Course was Donald Ross' creation. The East Course, the original layout, has hosted a number of legendary players, including Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead, since 1912. Ross carefully sculpted the mountainous landscape to create a course that is both challenging and memorable. It is shorter and tighter than the other course but they are equal in level of difficulty. The golf course is defined by the interesting water hazards that come into play on several holes, but the scenic views are also a draw.
|Champions M: 73.1/123||550||480||194||315||320||412||77||340||385||3073||515||385||460||202||530||450||340||425||185||3492||6565|
|Mens M: 70.7/121||525||475||180||305||315||402||77||330||375||2984||505||375||450||190||485||420||310||415||170||3320||6304|
|Senior M: 69.2/117||515||465||170||260||305||355||77||310||360||2817||485||335||435||165||470||415||300||380||130||3115||5932|
|Ladies W: 70.2/119||510||460||165||250||300||350||77||300||357||2769||481||330||430||160||465||410||295||375||120||3066||5835|
Many holes cannot see players ahead or flag as rolling hills. Fairways are hard surface so ball rolls alot and because of slope alot of time will roll into long grass/under brush on edge of nearly all holes. Lost many golf balls and very frustraiting. Basically ball comes off fairway you will loose it
Some elevation changes, combined with fairway hazards. A fun course to play.
Course is in great shape.
Greens,are very nice.
19th hole was very good for food and drink.
Slow play... no ranger to speed up play Five hour round
Took 5 hours and 20 minutes. Never saw a ranger. Nothing good can be said for that.
Course is well guarded by trees. Even thiugh a windy day trees protected the fairways.
View from Tee#5 best in the Poconos. (i’ve played most of them)
Fun course. Plays long needs another set of Tees for the Shorter hitter/higher handicap golfer.
Would speed up play and make course more enjoyable for wider range of golfers.
This is a must - Put in tees for under 5200 yards.
Have played this course before and felt that in-spite of our rain that is above average for this year the course was in good shape. Had fun
give it 3 weeks
Course was in good shape for early in the season. will be in beautiful shape in 2 weeks if the weather cooperates. definitely will play course again
1st time playing this season...Pocono Manor had the course well prepared for the new season. Fairways were mostly clean...except for a few wet areas from the constant rainy weather, and most greens were in pretty good condition this early in the season.
Have played this track many times. Course was not yet ready for prime time, especially the greens. Tee boxes in good shape, most fairways were good but some were soggy with ruts. Biggest issue was greens, which in fact were not green! Course was playable but putting a challenge. In a few weeks this course will be in tip-top shape. Enjoyable first 2019 round,
Great course for the deal
Pretty cool layout in the Poconos...lots of different kinds of holes. Challenging enough for experts and open enough for novices. Really cool and old club house. Staff is very friendly as well. Definitely recommend for the price.
Very beautiful layout
Great course...looks like they are doing work to improve the sand traps
6 really good holes
8 good holes
4 forgettable holes
.tight fairways. multiple swampy areas from poor drainage. probably a better course in the summer