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Road Trip Guide: 10 great public golf spots

Mystic Rock Golf Course in Farmington, is one of two golf courses at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Mystic Rock Golf Course in Farmington, is one of two golf courses at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. AP file photo

•  Bedford Springs Old Course, Bedford (off I-99 and Route 30); one of nation’s first courses, now fully restored, www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/BedfordSprings/Golf.aspx.

•  Buck Hills Golf Club, Buck Hills (off Route 447 north of I-80); open since 1907 in the Poconos,

www.buckhillfalls.com

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•  Golf Course at

Glen Mills

, Glen Mills (off Turnpike near Philadelphia); hosted U.S. Open qualifier in 2006,

www.glenmillsgolf.com

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•  Great Bear, East Stroudsburg (I-80 exit 309, Poconos); designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus, www.greatbeargc.com.

•  Nemacolin Woodlands (Mystic Rock), Farmington (Turnpike to Routes 119 to Route 40); two popular courses, Mystic Rock (PGA) and The Links (par-70), www.nemacolin.com/golf.

•  Olde Stonewall, Ellwood City (I-79 North to Exit 83), rated No. 1 in state by Golfweek; www.oldestonewall.com.

•  Penn National (Founders), Fayetteville (off I-81 and I-70), 36 challenging holes near Gettysburg; www.penngolf.com.

•  Raven’s Claw, Pottstown (off Route 422 north of Philadelphia); opened in 2005, called a “top new course” by Golf Digest, www.ravensclawgolfclub.com.

•  Tom’s Run at Chestnut Ridge, Blairsville (off Route 22); two 18-hole courses plus spa and dining, www.chestnutridgeresort.com.

•  Whispering Woods Golf Club, Erie (I-79 to I-90 W, exit 18); scenic course on rolling hills,

http://whisperingwoodsgc.com

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