Split Rock Golf Course is one of the best-kept secrets in the Northeast, offering 27-holes to resort guests and the public. It's majestic 585-yard 11th hole claims one of the most spectacular views in the entire Northeast, let alone one found on a golf course. Because the holes are spaciously distributed, carts with GPS are provided. Play takes about 4 1/2 hours to complete 18 holes. The starting tees on this 6,500-yard course are impressively landscaped.
Ever since it opened in 1994, this Jim Blaukovitch design has been considered one of the better courses in the Lehigh Valley. It has a great mix of flat and hilly terrain, tree-lined and open holes, and the fairways can only be described as plush. Glimpses of Blue Mountain can be seen from several spots on the course. Blaukovitch did a lot with the land he was given.
Jack Frost National Golf Club is unique to Northeastern Pennsylvania. A large golf course spanning over 7,200 yards, and more than 200 acres, the course covers magnificent terrain, beautiful landscapes and offers striking vistas and views. Its player friendly design gives players of every skill level an enjoyable golf experience. The course is located on the crest of Jack Frost Mountain that encompasses an elevation of 2000ft.