Spring is here, and golf courses across the Pocono Mountains are eager to take advantage of the warm temperatures and fresh, open air. The following courses have announced their tentative, weather-dependent opening dates:

Buck Hill Golf Club – Date TBA (members only)

Country Club of the Poconos – April 2nd

The Country Club at Woodloch Springs – April 2nd

Hideaway Hills – Opened March 24th

Jack Frost National Golf Club – April 1st  

Mount Airy Golf Club – April 1st

Pocono Hills Golf Course – April 17th

Pocono Manor Golf Course – April 2nd

The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort – Opened March 27th

Skytop Lodge Golf Course – April 1st

Split Rock Golf Club – April 9th

“Golf courses across the Pocono Mountains anticipate another busy season, as people continue looking for outdoor, socially distant activities,” said Chris Barrett, President/CEO of the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. “Area courses have implemented COVID-19 policies and procedures to ensure a safe season for all.”

Avid golfers can save on golf this season by purchasing a 2021 Golf-A-Round Card. Pay $45 for the card, then play twice at each of the eight participating courses for just $30 per round with cart. The card is valid Sunday after 2 p.m. through Friday, excluding holidays. Buy the card on PoconoMountains.com or at the participating courses.

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Pocono Mountains visitor information is available online at PoconoMountains.com or by phone at (570) 421-5791. Follow @PoconoTourismPR on Twitter to stay current with up-to-date information. Established in 1934, the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau is a private, non-profit membership organization. The PMVB is the official destination marketing organization for the four counties of Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Carbon in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

About the Pocono Mountains

With 2,400 square miles encompassing Pennsylvania’s Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Carbon counties, the Pocono Mountains region is home to rolling mountain terrain, breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls, thriving woodlands and 170 miles of winding rivers. Winters offer guests the opportunity to ski, snowboard, snow tube and even snowshoe their way through snowy wonderlands encompassing more than 163 ski trails, while summers also cater to the active traveler allowing exploration of 261 miles of hiking and biking trails, more than 30 golf courses, whitewater rafting, boating, fishing and open access to nine state and two national parks.