"Golf’s Gettysburg Address"
Near hallowed ground where Union and Confederate soldiers marched and camped during the defining battle of America’s Civil War, a supreme challenge of golf has been waged at The Links At Gettysburg – “Golf’s Gettysburg address” – since the first shots were fired in 1999. Accolades from professional and amateur golfers pour in about the magnificent architecture by Lindsay Ervin, superior playing conditions maintained by Superintendent John Long and the signature service that distinguishes The Links, a “4 1/2 Star” rated facility by Golf Digest and a “Must-Play” by Golfstyles. The golf at the Links At Gettysburg is truly spectacular, with water on almost every hole, elevated tee shots to greens fronting red rock cliffs; blind doglegs and undulating greens making the putting difficult even after you’ve managed to escape the hazards. Striving to shoot par at The Links is a supreme challenge and a rewarding experience every golfer should have.