Pocono Manor Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72 Championship East Course designed and opened in 1912 by classic-era giant Donald Ross.
NOTE: The Pocono Manor Resort will be closed for renovations from 2020-2022. The golf course will remain open during that time.
Golf at Pocono Manor has a long and distinguished history, hosting All-Star Golf, the LPGA, several PGA Senior Events, and numerous golf group outings. The East Course has earned a deep golf tradition of attracting business executives, politicians, and professional golfers since the 1920s. Since opening in 1912, the East Course has been host to many of the legends of golf including Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Tommy Bolt, Gene Littler, Doug Ford, Jackie Burke, and Art Wall, Jr.
Ross carefully sculpted the mountainous landscape to create a course that is both challenging and memorable. The course is defined by the interesting water hazards that come into play on several holes, and the scenic views are a draw.
Slow play, challenging fairway, small greens.