Mountaineer Golf & Country Club first opened for play in 1959.
Mountaineer Golf Course is challenging, yet player friendly for any skill level. Semi-fast greens vary in size from 2500 to 7200 square feet. Total yardage from white tees is 6131, from gold tees 5266, and from red tees 4817. Mountaineer Golf Course is well maintained and most cart paths are paved.
The terrain at Mountaineer Golf Course course is flat and walkable. Water hazards and trees that come into play several times. The signature hole is #17, a dogleg left fairway requiring a shot over water.
Three of the most interesting holes at Mountaineer Golf include:
Hole #11 is a short, but challenging, Par 5 hole for every golfer. Both sides of the narrow fairway are bordered by woods with a 90 degree dogleg leading to a downhill shot to a small green.
Hole #12 is a short 213 Par 4 with a risk/reward type tee shot. The hole features a dogleg to the left with maple trees guarding the front right section of the green. A tee shot hit long or left is in severe trouble. An accurate tee shot rewards you with an easy birdie or a possible eagle.
Hole #14 is considered the course signature hole measuring anywhere from 125 to 185 yards. The green, probably the most undulating on the course, is bordered by sand and water.
(cart included), played on Saturday, July 2012 at 8am
One of the finest courses in all the south. "Hells Elbow" lives up to the name! Friendly staff, including the little bald guy that is always drinking bud light
Member (cart included), played on Tuesday, December 2011 at 10am
This course allows the young professional to show their skill level.
$26 (cart included), played on Saturday, July 2011 at 10am
Best Course in Morgantown WV area. The challenging back nine begins with 3 holes known as "Hell's Elbow". Any player that makes it out of this stretch at even par, has extreme talent.
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