Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + B. J. Reiher › October 29, 2014
Beautiful on-campus course. This course had a little bit of everything. The holes on the hill were exceptionally challenging with the wind. Would love to see the pros play those holes! SRU is very fortunate to have a course like this
-  +0 votes  + Luke Shelton › September 27, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Trevor Dunkel › August 24, 2015
Great course to play in the spring and fall (I enjoy the eye candy)
-  +0 votes  + Tyler Engel › September 10, 2014
I really like this course. It has some distance holes and placement holes; a good mix. when my friend and i played we played in a different order due to the tee signs not being in place. Now, the tee signs are in place and getting ready for the 2015 worlds!! get excited
-  +0 votes  + Chris Warfield › March 21, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Robin WW › July 28, 2015
I did not like the Gold Tees. But I am looking forward to watching the Best in the World play them! There is a lot of walking inbetween holes, SUPER LONG OPEN Holes. Definite variations and challenges. Certainly not boring, but the shorter tees are better for the under 300 Ft thrower. Also OB lines that are impossible to see from the Box. #7 is a signature Killer. Uphill and around a bend about 900 Ft , then the basket is on very precarious windy top. Water hazards on 1, 4, and 18. I do want to try the shorter tees one day, but I'll most likely always choose Moraine instead!
-  +0 votes  + Eric Nichols › August 31, 2015
-  -1 votes  + Kurt Claypoole › May 17, 2015
After last year's completion to a full 18, this course has added some nice holes that are enjoyable. The front 6 though are my biggest concern. These holes are nothing really challenging. The gold pins are good, but overall the front 6 if played from mid are all birdie holes. 7 is an uphill death climb, place your shot carefully. 8 and 9 are easy birds. 11 allows you to crush a massive drive off the tee if you have the arm to do so, and 12 follows suit. Though my favorite holes here are 15-17, ...
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