What is the nearest golf course to Falling Rock?

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Falling Rock at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is not just surrounded by the pastoral hills of southwestern Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands: It’s also surrounded by rolling golf greens at its location on the 18th green of Mystic Rock, a par-72 course designed by Pete Dye that hosted the 84 Lumber Classic, a PGA Tour event, from 2003 to 2006.
 
The onsite golfing opportunities at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort are certainly one the biggest draws. In addition to Mystic Rock, named by Golf Digest as one of the greatest public golf courses in the United States, the resort also has The Links, a challenging 6,658-yard, par-70 course that snakes around dense wooded areas. You can also hone your game at the Nemacolin Woodlands Golf Academy, where you can sign up for personal lessons and use TrackMan technology to analyze your swing.  

An integral part of the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort experience is the game of golf. Nemacolin has 36 holes of championship golf along with some of the most breathtaking scenery Pennsylvania has to offer. Against the backdrop of the Laurel Highlands and just 70 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Nemacolin’s two courses, the PGA Tour-tested Mystic Rock and a tricky par-70 we call The Links, provide striking contrasts in design and promise to challenge every aspect of your game. Falling Rock doubles as the clubhouse for the Mystic Rock Course. The Pro Shop is on the first floor near the start and The Links is less than a mile away.

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