The Links at Gettysburg is nestled in the rolling Pennsylvania hillside, with dramatic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Links At Gettsyburg is scenic golf at its best. The rolling terrain gives way to wide open fairways, with generous undulating greens that play very true. There's water on 14 holes, including large lakes that span entire fairways and thin creeks that front the greens. There are shots from elevated tees into greens carved into red rock canyons. The elevated tees present the opportunity for booming drives, but the fairways can be narrow, so accuracy is key.The course is in immaculate condition, the bent grass fairways and greens giving you the opportunity to play your best game. The link style course features water and high heather in rough areas, with a European stone walk bridge to one green that gives the course a European look.The course plays 7,031 yards from the tips, with a 73.9 rating, making it extremely challenging for low handicappers. Three other tee areas, at 6,648, 6,184 and 4.861 yards, make the course accessible to all players. Designed by Lindsay Ervin and Stephen Klein, The Links opened to much anticipation in 1999 and is highly rated, with Golf Digest designating it a 4-Star Places to Play course and Golfweek naming it the No. 9 public course in Pennsylvania for 2006. Come out to The Links At Gettysburg for an exciting round of majestic, mountain golf that will test your game in an inspiring environment.