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Jack Frost

Jack Frost

1 Jack Frost Mountain Rd. Blakeslee, PA 18610-0707 URL:   Course Website

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Jack Frost National Golf Club designed by Terry LaGree, is unique to Northeastern Pennsylvania and has all the features you would want in a mountain course and none of the shortfalls. Considered a “large golf course” spanning over 7,200 yards, and more than 200 acres, the course covers magnificent terrain, beautiful landscapes and offers striking vistas and views. The course is located on the crest of Jack Frost Mountain that encompasses an elevation of 2000 ft and the natural Oak Forest highlights the movement of each golf hole.

Jack Frost National Golf Club embraces the Pocono Mountains with all of its magnificent vistas and elevation changes. Different than most mountain courses, Jack Frost National also provides wide fairways, easily identified target areas, few uneven lies and no blind shots.

Course Information for Jack Frost

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by Billy Casper Golf

Jack Frost Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Tom Wheary/Terry LaGree
72 par, 7,256 yards
Resort & Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $72.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Keith DeVos, General Manager

Blakeslee, PA

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 77 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by The course is a scenic ride The course has many challenging tee shots, strategically placed fairway bunkers for risk or reward.the greens were exceptional and of a good pace. October 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by When in the Pocono area, I make it a point to get here. I typically play here on my way to or my way back from fishing trips to NY. I also play early or late in the golf season when you wouldn't expect much. The course has always been fantastic. Fairways that are good sized and you typically have a target bunker or tree to aim at. The greens are usually fast, smooth and pretty difficult if you hit it on the wrong section. Many courses have tiers that are front and back. This course has some of that but it also has several greens with side to side tiers. Good mix of short holes and longer holes. Great views. I've sent several guys here and they've all come back impressed. If you get the opportunity to play it when in the area......you won't be sorry you did. Has to be one of the 10 best public courses in the state. October 23, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Course it's self is a very Carolingian course would play it again Very disappointed was not told that we had a back up that was very annoying to talk us hour and 15 minutes to play three holes very disappointed we walked off the course because They had no staff to do anything October 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best course in the Poconos Jack Frost is likely the best course in the Poconos (although I have not made it to Woodloch Springs, quite far from mainstream Poconos). Fairways are wide, and the course is as long as you need. You can play from 6200-7200 yards, and it is very hilly. The starter let me walk/carry, despite his concerns about my ability to do so (I am 51), and I appreciated that. Fitbit said it was a 9.5 mile walk, so if you would like to walk take that into consideration. Conditions were fantastic, and as others have said the greens are tough to read due to the course being on the side of the mountain. It is a shame that the clubhouse is not much more than a trailer. Can't quite call it a "bucket list" course, but it is on a tier just below that. October 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Agree with comments about how nice are the course conditions. Tee to green, practice facility, staff. It was packed to the max but still got around in 4:30. The wife skipped a hole now and then which helped. Keep in mind with this being a mountain course there are some breaks you won't see while putting. I didn't ask the pro about breaking putts but should have. Watching the ball break rolling UP and incline was bizarre but to be expected. October 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by great course greens were excellent pace of play was good 4hours and 20 minutes. great staff and good playing partners. a most enjoyable day will be back. September 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great experience Amazing conditions and a friendly staff. Great views and a very fair course. Great round. Ran into a scramble though and really hindered our pace of play. September 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great condition This course is only eight years old and does not have permanent clubhouse facilities as yet but the temporary ones are quite adequate. This is a long hilly course making a power cart essential. The practice area, tees, fairways an greens are all well maintained. Fairways are wide but bunkers will punish misplaced shots. They are cut short leading to lots of roll, which is not always a good thing. Greens are large, fast and have moderate bunker protection. There is plenty of slope and roll but it is even and fair. Accurate approach shots are important to keep the ball on the green. We did not use the restaurant so cannot comment on it. There are five sets of tees, well spread out, making it easier for shorter hitters. A beautiful setting for a very well designed and maintained course making for an enjoyable experience. September 25, 2015
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