Pennsylvania boasts more than 500 public golf courses with many of Golf Digest's best ranked located in Pittsburgh. With highly awarded courses like Olde Stonewall and Nemacolin Resort's Mystic Rock, you'll enjoy championship play that is second to none.
Experience Quicksilver Golf Club! A true championship course, beautiful new banquet facilities and affordable prices for the public only. Former home to Senior PGA and Nation Wide Tour events. The course is challenging, enjoyable and beautifully conditioned. Quicksilver is perfect for your regular foursomes or a golf outing and banquet.
This all-year challenging 18-hole layout just miles north of the city boasts a Pro Shop, practice range, blacktop cart paths, and café. The layout of the par 72 course offers an exciting round of golf for players of all skill levels.
This all-year challenging golf course includes a par 35 9-hole course and par 72 18-hole courses, shelter rental, snack shop, and blacktop cart paths. The beautiful greens are the perfect layout for all skill levels.
Oglebay is truly a golfer's paradise with four golf courses including two championship courses at the Speidel Golf Club! The newest championship course is a modern links layout designed by Arnold Palmer and is the perfect complement to our classic Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed championship course. Oglebay also features the 18-hole regulation Crispin Course and a 9-hole Par III Course. Oglebay's courses will provide enough challenges and spectacular scenery to please the most discriminating golfer!
Hickory Heights is a Michael Hurdzan-designed, 18-hole, high-end, daily-fee course that offers memberships. The course features challenging holes and breathtaking views. Grass-tee driving range, new club house and golf outing services add to the experience.
Selected by Golf Magazine as one of the Top Ten new public courses in 1999 and currently ranked in the Top 50 public courses in the United States by Golf Digest, Olde Stonewall puts grandeur well within your reach. Located just forty minutes from Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Ohio and the Pittsburgh International Airport, this course is a golf experience long anticipated.
5601 Freshcorn Rd. Cranberry Township, PA 16066 724.776.7372
Cranberry Highlands celebrates the natural challenges of western Pennsylvania's rugged landscape with a stunning 186-acre course created to provide a high-quality test of golf for players at every level. Players will find Cranberry Highlands to be a readily walkable course, discretely linked by cart paths and ringed in the timberstock that defines the region.
Clingan's Tanglewood started with the perfect blend of rolling hills and scenic wooded surroundings. Old trees and carved hillsides lend to spectacular views from all areas of the course. The distinct layout was developed naturally. The Clingans groomed this property into 18 of the most picturesque and challenging holes in the western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio area.
Rated "four stars" by Golf Digest, this 18-hole layout offers variety and playability to golfers of all skill levels. With well-conditioned fairways and fast-rolling greens that wind through naturally wooded terrain and multiple water hazards, this is one golf experience worth the drive.
Located in Schenley Park, just minutes from downtown in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, Bob O'Conner Golf Course is the only course located within city limits. The beautiful 18-hole walking course is set with the rolling hills of the park and is open throughout the year, weather permitting. Otherwise, the course also offers three full-sized indoor simulators, reservations only.
Nicknamed the "Monster on the Mon," Grand View Golf Club sits on top of a mountain along the Monongahela River, one of the three rivers that form Pittsburgh's iconic confluence. Just minutes from downtown in Braddock, the course is full of hills and turns that are sure challenge golfers of all levels.
Located twenty minutes from downtown, Westwood Golf Club boasts 18 holes of championship golf. The strategic and convenient layout of the beautiful well-kept par 71 course offers the opportunity to play a full round of golf without spending an entire afternoon on the course.
Located roughly twenty five minutes south of Downtown, Lindenwood Golf Club boasts a 27-hole championship layout. The beautiful rural backdrop is a great addition to the challenging yet enjoyable course.
Mystic Rock, designed by the legendary Pete Dye, can offer golfers a challenge unlike most others. The Par-72, 7,533-yard course has received top honors from Golf Magazine and Golf Digest. Mystic Rock has a 78.1 rating and 151 slope from the championship tees. The course has undergone extensive changes from its original design based on feedback from top PGA Tour players.
Shepherd's Rock is a 7,151-yard golf course that offers extraordinary golf in a unique setting. The course has a USGA rating and slope of 74.7/138 from the championship tees. The rolling bucolic terrain is ideal to fully utilize Dye's brilliant imagination in fashioning an outing that is both fun and challenging for golfers. The layout rivals the highest-rated golf courses in the country and is a perfect companion to Nemacolin's PGA TOUR tested Mystic Rock.
Established in 1898, Edgewood Country Club has earned the reputation of being a high-quality and family-oriented club. Only 15 minutes from Downtown, the Edgewood Country Club is the perfect location for business meetings, corporate events, golf outings, and more. Their Championship Golf Course, designed by Donald Ross, is a meticulously maintained, challenging, yet golfer-friendly course. The Clubhouse features swimming pools, tennis courts, paddle tennis courts, and banquet rooms for any event or occasion.
Great golf starts with great terrain. With an ideal Washington County location, Southpointe sets new standards of excellence. With multiple tee areas, plateau fairways and greens designed and maintained to USGA specifications, every hole has its own unique characteristics.
Diamond Run is a golfing haven for both the amateur and the seasoned golfer. Situated in the rolling hills of Sewickley, this 18-hole Gary Player Signature Course offers five sets of elevated tees per hole, beautiful views and 100 sand bunkers. From the first drive to the last putt, the course is designed for a player''s maximum enjoyment.
Introduced in 1903 by designer Henry Fownes, Oakmont Country Club has hosted more major Championships than any other course in the U.S. With 180 deep bunkers (personified by the Church Pews), hard and slick greens that slope away from the player, and tight fairways requiring the utmost precision, Oakmont is one of the most difficult courses in North America.
Totteridge Golf Club, on land south-east of Pittsburgh, was once part of a land grant from William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. Totteridge is links-style layout that stretches from 5,483 to 7,368 yards while taking full advantage of the gently sloping hills and breathtaking scenery. The land itself contributes to multiple elevated tee boxes and natural fairway mounding. Even with selective bunkering and lightening fast greens, the course is well suited to all those who love the game.