Find Monroe County Pennsylvania golf courses. Golf courses can be public or private, and provide a facility for individuals to play golf, take golf lessons, and buy golf equipment.
Buck Hill Golf Club 1 Golf Drive Cresco PA 18326 570-595-7730
Cherry Valley Golf Course Lower Cherry Valley Road Stroudsburg PA 18360 570-421-1350
Country Club of the Poconos Big Ridge Drive East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-223-8099
Country Club of the Poconos Municipal Golf Course 1166 Big Ridge Estates East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-223-8715
Country Club of the Poconos Municipal Golf Course 1 Big Ridge Estates East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-223-8099
East Course at Pocono Manor Inn & Golf Resort 1 Manor Drive Pocono Manor PA 18349 800-233-8150
Fernwood Golf Course 5785 Milford Road East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-588-6661
Fernwood Golf Course 124 Golf Drive East Stroudsburg PA 18302 800-335-1113
Glen Brook Country Club Hickory Valley Road Stroudsburg PA 18360 570-421-3680
Great Bear Golf & Country Club 1 Great Bear Court East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-223-2000
Hideaway Hills Golf Club 5590 Carney Road Kresgeville PA 18333 610-681-6000
Jack Frost National Golf Course Clubhouse Drive Blakeslee PA 18610 866-268-5503
Mount Airy Golf Club 42 Woodland Road Mount Pocono PA 18344 570-839-8816
Mount Pocono Golf Course 551 Pocono Boulevard Mount Pocono PA 18344 570-839-6061
Mountain Manor Golf Club Creek Road East Stroudsburg PA 18302 570-223-1290
Pocono Manor Golf Course 1 Manor Drive Pocono Manor PA 18349 570-839-7111
Skytop Lodge Golf Course 1 Skytop Lodge Road Skytop PA 18357 800-345-7759
Terra Greens Golf Club 123 Terra Green Drive East Stroudsburg PA 18301 570-421-0120
Terra Greens Golf Course 5006 Poole Road East Stroudsburg PA 18301 570-421-0120
The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort 1 River Road Shawnee on Delaware PA 18356 570-424-4000
The cost to play golf varies dramatically from one Golf Course to the next. The green fee, or fee for playing a round of golf, can be as little as $10 to $15. Green fees at resort Golf Courses can be in the hundreds of dollars. Municipal Golf Courses tend to be more affordable than privately-owned Golf Courses.
No. Golfers are required to bring their own set of clubs to play. It is extremely rare for a course to offer clubs to rent or borrow. Most courses do not permit players to share sets of clubs while playing and require each individual player to bring their own set.
A tee time is the start time for a round of golf. Players can reserve tee times, which are spaced apart by approximately seven to 15 minutes to ensure an efficient flow of golfers through the course. Some Golf Courses do not require a tee time, but most do.