Freestone Golf Course opened it's front nine and driving range July 1st, 2006. The back nine opened in May 2009. The course was designed by James Polinchok.
Freestone gets its' name fromr the multiple streams that cut through the property. (Streams that are created by watershed runoff are classified as freestone streams).
Freestone is a modern golf course using the natural flow and features of the land. The course is carved out of 270 acres of forest providing dramatic views and a pristine setting. Freestone blends with and beautifully complements the vegetation and the rolling terrain, routed over and around numerous streams and wetlands.
The front nine is routed along the flatter valley floor with five of the holes bordering the Bald Eagle Creek. This nine is currently over 3300 yards from the back tees and 2250 from the front tees. They are adding more tees that will lengthen this nine to approximately 3600 yards. All of the holes have at least five tees that will accommodate any level of player. Most players find this nine very walkable.
The Back nine is routed up the mountainside and provides dramatic views of the valley and the Allegheny Front. The first five holes of this nine switchback gently up the hillside while slowly gaining elevation. The finishing four holes sweep out and down the mountainside revealing incredible views and leading one back to the clubhouse. This nine features the 16th hole, which is 200 yard, A par 3 that plays directly down the mountainside with 100' of elevation drop. The view is spectacular!
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