Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania
Water Gap Country Club
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288 Mountain Rd
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327, United States
570 476 0300
It's not everyday you can play on a scenic mountain course built in the 1920s that hosted a major tournament played by many legendary golfers. That's what you get at The Water Gap Country Club, the historic course in the Delaware Water Gap that was the site of the Eastern Open in the 1920s and retains its historic charm today.
The links style course, designed by Robert White, the first president of the PGA, is extremely hilly. It's not very long, but the hills produce many blind sho... [more]
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DJ Bruce - 9/17/15
Horrible conditions greens were slow & not very well maintained. Crabgrass everywhere &seven on the greens. Value was poor don't waste your money Scenery was ok &food after round was good. Hopefully they will invest some money into the course & it will be worth playing in about 5 years
Shiggs81 - 7/24/11
This was one of the worst courses I have ever played. The fairways and greens were rock hard, course was very slow and the views are not all they are cracked up to be. Never again! Stay away!
vitaminjay1 - 7/18/11
Awful condition, dry and rock hard. Made me wonder if they heard of irrigation systems. Couldn't even make a divot if you tried, like hitting off cement fairways. Balls that land on the green bounce 6 feet in the air and roll off. I will never go back
c5agalb - 11/12/09
Played on Veteran's Day and the course was empty. I enjoyed the course, although it is very short. The greens are well bunkered and several have deep drop-offs. There are oppurtunities to really score score low being so short. Dont be fooled, the greens require accuracy with wedge shots. Alot of houses surrond the course, but it is still has good scenery. With only two par 3's both provide a real test of accuarcy. Not much need to take the driver out of the bag on this course. The greens were in good shape overall, but the grounds crew didnt blew them off which effected the roll of several putts. Really enjoyed the country club feel of the place, but the new houses they put up took away the nostalgic feel.
Gaylor - 9/26/08
We got a little backed up, but this is definitely a popular course. A fairly challenging round with great greens. Don't make the mistake of going to Cherry Valley Golf Curse. Big mistake & the 2 of our guys came from out of town & realized they were at the wrong course after they paid fees, the owner @ CVGC would not refund them 5 minutes after they paid. BIG Mistake CVGC !!
njgogolf - 7/12/14
rhino3b - 5/13/12
rihall - 5/26/11
nytrumpet - 10/28/10
smith4js - 8/19/10
Best Score: 68