Tumblebrook Golf Course is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Coopersburg , Pennsylvania, 10 minute drive from Allentown and a 15 minute drive from Quakertown.
Tumblebrook Golf Course first opened for play in 1931. The course was designed by Donald Ross.
Tumblebrook offers two sets of tees and can be played as an 18-hole course - white tees for the front, yellow for the back. The wide fairways and open space minimize lost balls, which makes it a great course for kids and beginners. More experienced players will be challenged by the course's small, domed greens as well as mounds and hills which can cause uneven lies. The greens are medium in size and speed. The course is best played with a bump and run approach to the greens. Water comes into play on two holes, and five holes feature huge trees that can affect your shots.
Ross is noted for his ability to create holes that were perfectly integrated into the landscape. His design philosophy stressed using what nature provided rather than wholesale remodeling of topography. This philosophy is in evidence at Tumblebrook..
White tees (out): 2,938 yards, par-35 for 9 holes
Yellow tees (in): 3,063 yards, par-36 for 9 holes
Combined total (yellow and white tees): 6,001 yards, par 71
Closed in 2019, was not open for 2020 or 2021, but looking for an operator to reopen, possibly by 2023
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