Your round at The Links At Gettysburg will take you up and down the rolling Pennsylvania hills, with lakes and creeks on almost every hole and dramatic red rock cliffs that form the backdrop for some of the most memorable holes you will ever play.
One of those is the 3rd, the signature hole, a dramatic par 3 from an elevated tee to a large undulating green that fronts a red rock cliff. Hit the ball too far and you’ll find the large trap in front of the cliff. Leave it short and you’ll hit the creek in front of the green. This 187 yard hole is a daunting test of golf.
A few holes later at #7 you’ll find a 600 yard par 5, with large lake water hazards left and right, guarding a narrow fairway. You can play anything from a 5 iron to a driver off the tee to avoid the water. If you fade your drive, you can play into the slight dogleg, and have a makeable shot to the elevated green. Just stay clear of the water hazard, which runs for about 100 yards along the driving area.