Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Austin Brunstetter › February 10, 2017
Probably my second favorite course that I've ever played. Great flow, great distance control, and usually good windy practice. Plenty of OB without it being suffocating. The tee pads on the gold tees are my favorite of any course I've played. All around awesome course.
-  +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
-  +1 votes  + Macky D › January 22, 2017
Good course overall (imo). Tees for all levels (short, medium and far). Only Pro tees have pads. Pars 3,4 and 5. 3 pin locations. Holes anywhere from 160 to 1000 feet. If you have a big arm you should crush this course. Mostly wide open (tree here or there) but has a bit of everything : open, narrow, short, far, up/down hill, water and a little o.b. all over. Course on campus which means the grass will always be kept. No smoking. No bathrooms in the winter. As far as I know only 1 visitors parki ...
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-  +0 votes  + Kenneth Tyburski › August 23, 2016
-  +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  + Patrick Treude › June 20, 2021
- variety of challenges - long par 3s and 4s, and 5s. a couple technical, water holes,
- well groomed since it's on university grounds,
- long grooved-rubber mats,
- tee signs,
- undulating landscape with beautiful views.
- hole 7 - basket on top of the world,
- hard to navigate for first timers, (couldn't find hole 4)
- sequence of holes 3,4, and 5 - rediculous, (1/2 mile walk)
-  +0 votes  + Nathan Metz › October 8, 2017
I traveled in from Ohio with friends for a weekend dg vacation. The front 9 holes are chopped in the middle of campus. There was nothing special until the back 9 when it opens up. It was tough to navigate even with directional signs. Long to the point of ridiculous walks between holes. The holes that were good are strong enough to carry a an overall B-.
-  +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  + Luke Shelton › September 27, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Andy Flemm › April 3, 2016
-  +0 votes  + Trevor Dunkel › June 17, 2021
Great course to play in the spring and fall (I enjoy the eye candy)
-  +0 votes  + Eric Nichols › November 26, 2018
-  +0 votes  + Nathan K › June 4, 2016
Good course with a mix of open and wooded area. Downside is that the walk between holes is sometimes very long
-  +0 votes  + Dustin Schrock › May 11, 2017
-  +0 votes  + Russ Morgan › December 3, 2018
It's great that this school has a course on it but, it was hard to figure out where the next hole was. i couldn't find any parking that wasn't marked for student parking so I parked in a spot somewhat near the 1st tee and hoped I didn't get a ticket. I doubt I would go back.
-  +0 votes  + Hunter Robbins › September 26, 2019
Really fun and long course, challenging due to the length, water, and wind. Being a student at the university has made it easy to love this course.
-  +0 votes  + Bryan Wright › September 4, 2022
-  -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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-  -1 votes  + Brian Campbell › June 22, 2016
Played this course for the first time yesterday, and it lived up to the hype, in my opinion. Playing from the White Tees, it was a fun mix of length and accuracy, with well thought out OB coming into play on almost every hole. The wind is also something that needs taken into consideration on most shots. My only "Con" that I can think of is the lack of tee pads of any kind for the majority of the Whites or Greens, as there is just a post and grass. other than that, the course is very playable and nice!
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