Cliff Park Golf Course
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155 Cliff Park Rd
Milford, PA 18337-6554, United States
Located within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, this 9-hole course is owned by the National Park Service — so it is very much open to the public.
Some interesting history is associated with Cliff Park. The course is arguably the first ever U.S. course designed by a woman; Annie R. Buchanan wasn't allowed on other courses back in that era. Also, filmmaker D.W. Griffith shot parts of the 1912 silent drama The Informer here, which included actor Walter Miller and "America's Sweetheart," Mary Pickford.
The course is available for walking all day at $15, with a cart, the rates are $20 for nine and $25 for 18.
Average Hole Difficulty
Bubba Scott - 4/24/13
It's golf and nothing more. A lot of elevation changes, no sand traps & only water in play is the occasional drainage stream. It's not unattractive but it's not amazing either. Still yet you need to hit the necessary shots to score well.
c5agalb - 6/2/10
Worst twilight play policy I've ever seen. Twilight is 2 hours before sunset. Used to go play after work, but no more with this policy.
nico13 - 7/6/11
jhuffsmith - 6/10/09
Best Score: 79