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Glenmaura National

Moosic, Pennsylvania
Moosic, Pennsylvania
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  • Address100 Glenmaura National Blvd, Moosic, PA 18507, USA

Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry set out the course at Glenmaura National Golf Club in the early 1990s and its most celebrated hole is the 18th, where a split fairway plays to a pair of stone-fronted greens. Fairways occupy rocky, wetland-laden terrain close to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton airport and collectively they comprise a surprising tough test of golf.

In The American Private Golf Club Guide author Daniel Wexler writes: “Demonstrating a dash of modern flash and plenty of scenic views, Glenmaura offers a number of appealing holes, particularly in the latter half of the front nine, where the 548-yard 6th (played across a creek-filled ravine), the 193-yard7th (its green angled beyond the same hazard), and the 417-yard 8th (running along the edge of an ancient quarry), constitute an especially strong run.

Another robust stretch begins at the 581-yard, pond-guarded 14th, then continues on through the 240-yard 15th and the 460-yard 16th, the latter’s green wedged into a bend in the creek. Glenmaura’s most famous hole is the 385-yard 18th, which plays to split fairways and a pair of stonewall-bulkheaded greens, one of them an island.”

Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry set out the course at Glenmaura National Golf Club in the early 1990s and its most celebrated hole is the 18th, where a split fairway plays to a pair of stone-fronted greens. Fairways occupy rocky, wetland-laden terrain close to the Wilkes-Barre Scranton airport and collectively they comprise a surprising tough test of golf.

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Michael Hurdzan

By the end of the 1980s, the partnership of Jack Kidwell and Michael Hurdzan was responsible for setting out more than a hundred courses across the US Midwest.

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