Tucked into a grove of ancient oaks, on an escarpment high above the gentle Allegheny River, our beautiful log clubhouse commands an imposing view of the valley below. Built in 1912 as a private residence, it was acquired by the Country Club in 1942 for the sum of $5,000. It houses The American Golf Hall of Fame on the second floor, where visitors will find a priceless collection of golf clubs and other exhibits depicting the 400 year history of golf.
We cordially invite you to play our historic nine-hole course. We are a USGA Member Course, open to the public from April 1 to October 31. We have a good selection of logo clothing and other items for the souvenir hunter. Hot dogs, snacks, coffee, and cold drinks are available in the pro-shop.
Our golf course isn't long, but don't let that fool you. Our fairways are narrow, our rough is deep, and our greens are small and fast. Time here is still measured in seasons. The hours pass softly in the company of good friends and when your round is finished, there's a little time left over for quiet reflection.