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Cherry Valley Golf

Cherry Valley Golf Course
Stroudsburg Course Layout

With the new renovations complete, golfers from everywhere are raving about the changes at Cherry Valley Golf Course in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

A change in the layout adds a twist to things. Come enjoy 3 new holes, cart paths on all 18 holes, new trees, traps and rebuilt tees (which will lengthen the course) and overall improved course conditions.

Cherry Valley is still one of the most scenic golf courses in the Poconos, with wonderful views of the Appalachian Mountains. Cherry Creek comes into play on both the front and back nines, making for carried shots on a variety of holes.

Our golf course caters to golfers of all ages and abilities using a variety of tees can he enjoyed at all skill levels.

Scenic, challenging, friendly, and fun are the words best used to describe your experience at Cherry Valley Golf Course.




  • Diane's Grill and Restaurant open daily
  • Pro Shop/PGA Professional on staff
  • Practice putting green and warm up net
  • 14 day advance tee times available
  • Golf club rentals
  • Professional instruction available by appointment
  • Beverage cart on course


  • Catering to group outings and tournaments, for 20 to 100 players
  • Week night leagues available for single players and groups
  • Food and beverage packages available at various price ranges
  • Professional Golf Instruction for your group

Holes: 18
Yards: Blues: 5,592 / White: 5,211 / Red: 4,151
Par: 72
Course Rating: N/A
Slope: N/A
Slope Rating: N/A
Terrain: Hilly terrain. Well bunkered, water hazards on 8 holes.
Turf: Greens: Bent Grass, Fairways: Blue Grass.
Opened: N/A
Rental Clubs Available? Yes
Walking Option: Available
Carts Available?
Cart Fee: Included in Green Fee.
Lessons Available? Yes
Name of Pro: Chris Zelenka
Locker Room Available? N / A
Architect: Frank Young
Season: Year Round.
Busiest During: June - September
Review: N / A
Miscellaneous: This course was built on hilly terrain, so expect some uneven lies in the fairly narrow fairways. Several fairways are doglegs, and most are tree lined. The most difficult hole is #2.