Regents’ Glen Country Club
|Golf Professional||Anthony F. Schweppe||(717) 747-1919|
|General Manager||Stephan Harrington||(717) 747-1919|
|Superintendent||Kevin Shue||(717) 747-1919|
|Tee Sheet||Front 9||Back 9||Course|
|Blue – Mens||Men||35.5||131||35.8||138||71.3||135|
|White – Mens||Men||33.7||117||34||128||67.7||123|
|Gold – Mens||Men||32.1||103||32.8||118||64.9||111|
|Hybrid – Mens||Men||34.8||122||34.8||133||69.6||128|
|Red – Women||Women||32.5||114||32.9||124||65.4||119|
Designed by the world-renowned golf course architect Arthur Hills, the course at Regents’ Glen features a front nine laid out on gently undulating meadows. The back nine brings more elevation changes and more difficulty, with strategically placed bunkers, lakes and a hidden brook that lies in wait for mishit shots. A large, devilishly-situated lake presents a challenge on the No. 11 tee. Those who dare to carry a large portion of this hazard will be rewarded with a shorter approach to the flagstick. But the hidden brook and deep bunker in front of the green make arriving in regulation a tall order, regardless of the strategy one chooses from the tee.
The 13th hole passes through a heavily wooded glen, giving the course its name and giving inaccurate golfers trouble. No. 15 reads as a short par four on the card, but with a dogleg right, precision is a must. Proper club selection and accuracy are important on the approach, as a misjudged shot here will reacquaint you with the hidden brook. Back-to-back par fives (Nos. 16 and 17) give golfers the opportunity to use more clubs out of their bag.
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