Carroll Valley Golf

Located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Carroll Valley Golf Course has been a golf destination for decades.

We are OPEN and are currently practicing all health and safety guidelines to keep our employees, members, and guests safe.

Health & Safety Guidelines

During your visit, we can assure you that our team of professionals at Carroll Valley Golf, are committed to providing exceptional and safe golf experiences to our valued members and guests while adhering to all federal, state and local guidelines during the COVID-19 emergency. Additionally, we are following recommendations set forth by the CMAA, PGA and GCSAA to effectively operate in a safe and responsible manner.

Thank you again for your patience and understanding, we are all looking forward to seeing you this summer.

HERE IS WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FOR YOUR GOLF EXPERIENCE

Carrol Valley Golf is open daily, year-round. Please contact the Pro Shop for hours: 717-642-8252.

Tee times for daily play must be made in advance online. Click here to book a tee time.

Afternoon Rates (after 1pm):$39 Mon-Fri, $43 Sat & Sun.

Senior Rates: $35 Mon-Fri all day, Sunday after 1pm.

If you are a Keystone State Pass Holder or an Epic Pass Holder, click here to book your tee time.

Upon arrival, guests will be asked to follow signage towards available parking. From there, they will walk to the Pro Shop entrance and wait to begin check-in and payment. All payment must be made via credit card.

Please remember that bags and equipment should be left in the car until you are assigned a cart.

Tee times are spaced out every 10 minutes from 7:30am-6pm daily.

The following items are now available on course: Ball washers, bunker rakes, water stations, and trash receptacles.

Eagle & The Owl now offers on-course delivery and to-go options from 11am-5pm daily! Have your food waiting for you at the turn, or get it delivered right to your cart on the course. Call 717-642-8282 ext3023 to place an order. Please provide your name, cart number and the hole you're currently on. Credit/debit payment only. View on-course delivery menu here.

After your round, enjoy a drink on the patio from Eagle & The Owl or stop in the Pro Shop for all your golf style and equipment needs.

Eagle & The Owl is open with outdoor seating available and great new specials and menu items. Reservations are suggested for dine-in. To make a reservation or view the menu, visit our Dining page.

Golf carts will be cleaned and disinfected after each use.

All common areas, clubhouse and on course restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected each hour of operation.

Sanitizers are available for public use and located in commons areas.

We care immensely about the safety and wellbeing of our members, guests and staff. All staff will wear face coverings, practice social distancing, and adhere to very specific safety and sanitation protocols and guidelines.

Golf Rates & Packages

Shop our Keystone State Golf Season Pass and enjoy the benefits of the course all season long or simply save by booking your next tee time online. Plus, view other great offerings and learn how to make your trip to Carroll Valley an overnight visit with one of our Stay & Play packages.

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Hole by Hole Course Description

Unique in design, stunning in scenery, abundant in amenities and painless in price, Carroll Valley Golf Course at Liberty Mountain Resort really does have it all. The marvelous 18-hole masterpiece offers extreme diversity with its six par 3s, five par 5s and seven par 4s that test every aspect of the golf game. Not to mention, the resort also offers hotel accommodations along with restaurant service to take a quick pick-up game with your buddies and turn it into a weekend getaway.

Front Nine

Just steps from the clubhouse, the front nine begins with a booming par 5. The slight dogleg right features a green that still seems forever away when lining up for the second shot. Knock one close on a short chip and the round should start with a solid score. The second hole will have you guessing early on as only half of the fairway is visible from the tee. Get comfortable trying to read the putting surface here as luck with the flat stick is going to be hard to find the rest of the way. While the greens roll magnificently and are manicured to perfection, they provide as much frustration as they do fancy which can easily be experienced at No. 3. The first of the par 3s appears fairly routine as long as you clear the stream in front of the dance floor; however, the green slopes dramatically from back to front with undulations causing a guessing game when it comes to speed and breaks. Now shift from the softest of touch to the most demanding of drives as you arrive at the 584-yard, par 5 fourth.

The longest and hardest rated hole on the course features a blind tee shot, followed by a decision to lay up or try to carry the stream that once again appears in front of the green. Hit the slightly elevated putting surface with your third and a birdie here is not unthinkable. The fifth hole requires a long iron to reach its relatively flat green and will provide a solid tally if you land close. A pair of par 4s follow with the sixth playing uphill into a narrow fairway that will demand accuracy from the driver. If the bunkers are avoided on both, some positive momentum might be on the agenda. Moving on to No. 8, this hole plays to 223-yards from the back and also features a tough to navigate putting surface. Standing on the ninth tee, you are given two choices as a lake creates a border as well as an obstacle.

First, play it safe and put one out in the short fairway to the left of the water or second, grip and rip a driver over the sprawling blue sparkle and hope to land somewhere on the other side. Either way, a powerful second shot will be required to either clear the water or to get up the hill toward the green that overlooks nearly the entire course. Keep your composure and miss the four bunkers on the hillside and you might have yourself a hole to remember for the score along with its beauty.

Back Nine

The 10th hole features the lake on at least two shots as it borders the right side of the extremely slim fairway and then extends out in front of a small landing zone before the green. Not that keeping the ball dry isn't enough of a task but you must also miss the sand around the green to secure par here. Carroll Valley then reels the golfer back in with a 213-yard par 3 that should provide some relief if you found the water on the previous two holes. Diversity shines as you move onto the par 5 12th that lunges over 500 yards across the base of the mountain and requires two full swings from the average golfer before thinking about knocking one close.

The 13th and 14th act somewhat as twin par 4s in regards to both length and layout. Both play fairly straight-away with measurements of slightly over 400 yards with the only real difference being the stream that crosses over from No. 12 to guard the dance floor on the 14th. The 15th is home to the second par 3 of the back with the flag positioned uphill far enough that the surface is not fully visible from the tee. Replace your ball mark, sink your putt and move on to the second hardest rated hole on the course, No. 16. This hole funnels to the left and into vegetation that will quickly conceal you from finding the blind tee shot.

Reach the slightly elevated green in two and the stretch run could be a promising one. Carroll Valley's final par 5 is a monstrous gem that begs for a pounded drive, a well struck second shot and a soaring approach that will stick to the downhill putting surface when it lands. Not only is the 18th the sixth par 3, but it runs parallel to the ski lifts that transport thousands up and down the slopes in the winter months. The green rests near the hotel and provides a breathtaking view of the hillside and its valley. Whether you enjoy teeing it up in the warmer months or shredding the slopes in the winter, Liberty Mountain Resort has you covered with four seasons of enjoyment.

Hole-by-Hole course description originally written by Ben Destefan of The Record Herald

Eagle & The Owl Golf Dining Specials: (available 11am-5pm)

Gopher-Grilled Hot Dog: grilled hot dog w/choice of fresh cut or sweet potato fries. $7 w/domestic, $8 w/craft.

Alpine Burger Combo: cheeseburger w/choice of fresh cut or sweet potato fries. $10 w/domestic, $11 w/craft.

Have your order waiting for you at the turn, or even delivered right to you cart, by calling 717-642-8282 ext3023

 

Keystone State Golf Pass: Enjoy unlimited play at two of the finest southern Pennsylvania courses with one pass. Access Carroll Valley Golf Course and Whitetail Golf Resort the entire 2021 season for only $1,199 with the NEW Keystone State Golf Season Pass. Carts included! Please contact our Pro Shop at (717) 642-8252 for additional information and to secure your pass today. Seniors age 55+ enjoy an additional 10% off the pass price!

Epic Pass Holder discount: Pass Holders receive a 20% discount on greens fees for themselves and up to 3 guests! To book a discounted Pass Holder tee time, click here.

*This special rate is only available for Epic Pass Holders. A valid Epic Pass must be presented at the Pro Shop upon check-in to receive this discount.

Epic Pass Holder & Keystone State Pass Holder Tee Times

Sister Course

Want even more great golf in Southern PA? Check out our sister course, Whitetail Golf Resort, for another enjoyable golf experience!