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Cumberland Golf Club was founded in the summer of 1961. James Harrison designed the course which is located in Cumberland Valley in south central Pennsylvania. The Golf Course is situated on 150 acres of rolling farmland that dates back to the late 1700's. The large brick home on the property was formerly a toll stop and tavern located on Route 11, a main route for travelers. The Black Horse Tavern, as it was known, offered room and board for settlers moving between Shippensburg and Carlisle. Its visitors included soldiers from both sides during the Civil War. The Mowery family purchased the course in 1969. Visit the on-site restaurants, Silver Cup Lounge, with a meeting/party area, full bar and pub menu, catering, outdoor patio and picnic area with pavilion available. 

Par: 72 / Yardage: 6700 / Course Rating: 70.3 / Slope Rating: 121

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  • Slope Rating: 121
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