GETTYSBURG LINKS GOLF COURSE
CHALLENGING GOLF ON THE CIVIL WAR BATTLE SIGHT
AT GETTYSBURG LINKS
By Ken Liebeskind
Near hallowed ground where Union and Confederate soldiers waged the decisive battle of the Civil War, a new battle is being fought by golfers at The Gettysburg Links Golf Course, a challenging course with water on 14 holes, elevated tees, narrow fairways and greens carved into rock canyons.
The Gettysburg Links Golf Course is a links style course nestled in the rolling Pennsylvania hillside, with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It's scenic golf at its best and highly challenging, thanks to the water hazards and sloping greens. The par 72 course plays 6,979 yards at a 73.9 rating and 140 slope. There are four tee boxes so it's accessible to all levels of play.
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The signature hole is number 3, a 187 yard par 3 with a dramatic change in elevation from tee to green, with a 35 foot cliff framing the green. The 7th is a 600 yard par 5 with water on the right. The 14th is another long 5 at 575 yards and the 16th is a 490 yard par 4.
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