May 20, 2013
Summit Inn Resort
101 Skyline Drive
Farmington, PA 15437
Golf at The Summit!
Looking onto the 4th Hole
The Summit's golf course is rich in history, built in the early 20's. In 1923, Pete Dye's father played his first round of golf here at Mount Summit. He then went back to Ohio, got a group of people together and designed and built a 9-hole course called Urbana Country Club. Sam Parke, winner of the 1935 PGA Open, was the hotel's golf pro in 1931.
The Summit Inn's mountaintop course features undulating greens averaging about 5,000 square feet in size. Even though the fairways are tree lined, they still afford generous landing areas. Water hazards do not come into play. The most difficult hole is #8, a 170-yard, par 3, featuring a triple-tiered green. The most scenic hole is #4, a 345-yard, par 4, offering a sixty mile view of the countryside in all directions. There is an additional set of men's tees that can be used when playing an 18-hole round.
As a guest of the Summit you may add 18 holes of golf with cart to any package or overnight stay on our scenic 9-hole golf course for $25 per person per day.