Shawnee on Delaware, Pennsylvania
Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort
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1 River Rd
Shawnee on Delaware, PA 18356, United States
Shawnee Inn is located on the north shore of the Delaware River separating Pennsylvania and New Jersey. When the original 18 holes (now the Red and Blue nines) opened in 1907, they were A.W. Tillinghast's first-ever course design. Shawnee Inn hosted the 1938 PGA Championship (Paul Runyon over Sam Snead, 8 & 7) and the 1967 NCAA championships, where Hale Irwin was the individual medalist and the University of Houston won the team title.
Then in 1968, the resort added the White nine,... [more]
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GBogey - 9/9/13
Nice overall course in good condition with historic design but nothing spectacular. Friendly staff and lodge appeared to be well kept.
MF - 5/31/11
AndI played this course on Memorial Day at 7:30 am for $45. Great deal for $45. See a lot of tee times availabe for $65. Very nice course and great hospitality. Worth the ride for $45, but for $65 I could stay close by and play nicer courses for same money.
Kickntrue - 11/9/08
Tough not to like this course.
TimmyBede - 9/29/08
The Shawnee course is on the Delaware River but water infrequently comes into play. Our group played the Red/Blue course after a very dry week and course was in fantastic condition. Greens, fairways, tees and rough were all in tip-top shape. The course is fairly challenging and a delight to play. The course staff was very helpful and courteous. I look forward to playing the White course the next time IGÇÖm in town.
Gaylor - 9/26/08
Great place, Shawnee amazes me for how they can recoup after the floods, the place is better than ever. Play this course if you can. Skip over to Sam Sneads for your meal, good stuff there too.
fjasbury - 8/9/08
Very scenic and historic. Though surrounded by the Delaware River, very little water comes into play. A very long course, 6 par 5s in 18 holes. Very friendly staff and good value.
NJHokie - 7/12/07
Course is mostly situated on an island in the middle of the Deleware River, so if it has rained much in the last few days stay away as it will be flooded. Fairly well kept and has some challanging holes. Hospitality is excellent as well as the food.
BoomboomFC - 7/11/13
rhino3b - 7/8/13
kevinmcfl - 5/7/12
Best Score: 67
Blue to Red / Blue