Four Seasons Golf Club is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Exeter, Pennsylvania, between the majestic Endless Mountains and the popular Pocono Mountains, Four Seasons Golf Club offers a peaceful golfing atmosphere in eastern Pennsylvania. The course is situated between the metropolitan areas of Wilkes-Barre and Scanton
Four Seasons Golf Club first opened for play in 1960 as a nine hole layout named Happy Valley Club. The golf course expanded to eighteen holes in 1965 and the name was changed in 1991 to Four Seasons Golf Club, as it is known today. The course was designed by Ferdinand Garbin.
The splendor of the changing seasons at this Pocono golf course and the world-renowned fall foliage of the region draws tourism to this Pennsylvania golf region.
Four Seasons Golf Club offers a challenging 5,624 yard Par 70 layout. Noted for its "six" difficult par three golf holes, half of which measure over 200 yards.
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