Shawnee Inn is 15 minutes off I-80. An old classic from 1911, three nines, Red, White, and Blue, designed by A.W. Tillinghast playing between 3,200-3,400 yards from the back tees, played mostly on a private island in the Delaware River just east of Stroudsburg. It was the venue for the 1938 PGA Championship won by Paul Runyan. The layout features tight tree lined fairways, water coming into play on a number of holes, the course requires good course management to stay out of trouble. It's design hasn't been modified over the years, and so the greens are typical of that era, small, a bit crowned, and run fast with a good amount of undulations. If you're into the history of the game, an interesting place to play, but a bit overrated and tired.