Sunnehanna Country Club
Sunnehanna Country Club is a private, member-only course in Johnstown. It is well known throughout the world of golf and has been recognized as one of the country's Top 100 Classic Golf Courses since 2003. With its stunning locale, challenging design, and time-tested role in American golf, the course provides an unparalleled golfing experience. With five tee locations, there are options and lengths available for all abilities.
The layout of the course is fairly open, with the ability to recover on some misplaced shots. Be careful around the bunkers as many are deep and menacing. The course is meticulously maintained, with well groomed fairways, greens and rough and only a spattering of trees (not counting the forest that surrounds most of the course). Water comes in to play on a few holes, but is mostly an afterthought if you place your shots well. The greens are large and offer tricky reads with breaks in many directions, demanding a keen eye and clever putting for a low score. . Overall, the course can play long, with several holes at over 500 yards, depending on your tee choice.
The club boasts one of the most respected junior golf programs in the nation, juniors gain knowledge of the game, become skilled on the greens, develop proper swing and putting technique, and learn to appreciate golf etiquette. Beginners and golfers of all skill levels graduate through the program at a challenging and enjoyable pace
Sunnehanna Amateur Tournament
Sunnehanna Country Club members have walked the fairways with some of the finest players in the game's history, including, Fred Couples, Phil Mickelson, Davis Love III, Ben Crenshaw, Allen Doyle, and John Cook. The Sunnehanna Amateur remains one of amateur golf's foremost competitions, hosting future golf legends each June. For more information on this event, please visit https://sunnehanna.org/. Tickets are FREE to view this fun and exciting tournament.
Sunnehanna has a limited number of memberships available with reasonably priced resident, non-resident and national memberships. Learn more at http://www.sunnehannacountryclub.com/Membership.aspx or contact Carl Seelman at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about golf memberships.
Sunnehanna is a private membership club and only members are able to play the course. For information about becoming a member, please visit their website.
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