Seven Springs Mountain Resort

4.0000000000 4.0 stars from 5 (1)
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 71
  • Length: 6560 yards
  • Slope: 130
  • Rating: 72.5
  • Layout

  • 777 Waterwheel Dr, Seven Springs, Pennsylvania 15622, Somerset County
  • (814) 352-7777, (800) 452-2223
  • (814) 352-7911

Year built: 1968
Architect(s): Xenophon Hassenplug (1968), Ron Forse (1992), Ferdinand Garbin (1980)
Type: Resort
Golf Season: Open: 4/01 Closed: 11/04


Carts: Yes - included in green fees
Clubs: Yes


Driving range: Yes
Pitching/chipping area: Yes
Putting green: Yes


Metal spikes allowed: Soft spikes only
Dress code: Proper attire is required.
Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Discover Welcomed

Tees | Layout | Full Scorecard

Tee Par Length Rating Slope
Blue 71 6560 yards 72.5 130
White 71 6185 yards 70.6 128
Gold 71 5103 yards 65.5 116
Red (W) 71 4946 yards 69.7 115

Rating Snapshot

GA Rating Index 4.0 stars from 5
Off-Course Amenities: 4.0 stars from 5
Value: 3.0 stars from 5
Pace of Play: 5.0 stars from 5
Staff Friendliness: 4.0 stars from 5
Course Layout: 4.0 stars from 5
Course Conditions: 3.0 stars from 5
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Overall Rating
Type of Golfer

"Good Resort Golf"

Gunslinger380's avatar
Age:  35-44
Gender:  Male
Skill:  Advanced
Plays:  Few times a week

4 4.0 stars from 5 Played on 04/24/2016
First time playing

Reviewed on

First I want to state that we played in late April so to be fair the condition of the golf course was well, like it was still only late April that's why I gave it only 3 stars. However, with that being said I thought the condition was acceptable for the time of year.

The course layout was pretty decent. Since the resort is in the mountains of the laurel Highlands you can expect a lot of elevation changes. I really like even though there's a lot of topography most is up or down hill with not many side hill lies which was nice. Some blind shots due to the elevation change, there's about just as many shots down hill where you can see everything too. I did notice there seems to be a lot of holes with a right to left design some gradual some a little more severe. I played with my dad, he fades, no check that, slices the ball and struggled on a few. The fairways are medium to generous, the greens are the same and mostly flat to slight slope. The bunker sand is a little on the older side and has a little bit of a dirt mixture but hey they're hazards and you're not supposed to be in them. The pace of play was blazing we were the only ones out so I can't say what it's like at other times. We had a gift certificate so we played for free but it's a resort so it can be a little on the pricy side nothing too bad though. When we were there the regular weekend rate was $80 the sign in the golf shop said.

Over all I'd say if you want to go on a little road trip and check out a new course, don't mind paying resort prices, this might not be a bad spot. I've played golf all over North America both as an amateur and professionally, seven springs didn't blow me away nor did it make me regret going.

Pace of Play: Excellent

Course Layout: Good

Course Conditions: Average

Staff Friendliness: Good

Value for the Money: Average

Off-Course Amenities: Good

I recommend this course

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