From classic gems to modern marvels, Pennsylvania’s courses offer golfers a full range
You’ll find more golf courses per person in Pennsylvania than any other state–all with spectacular scenery, making this the place for whatever golf experience you crave. The Foxburg Country Club, opened in 1887 and America’s oldest golf course, offers narrow fairways, deep roughs and fast greens. See a collection of golf memorabilia at the American Golf Hall of Fame in the country club’s log clubhouse. Play the Latrobe Country Club, open to limited public play, in the Laurel Highlands, and walk the same fairways where Pennsylvanian Arnold Palmer learned the game from his father. Oakmont Country Club, ranked fifth among America’s Top 100 courses by Golf Digest, offers championship caliber golf and has hosted eight U.S. Opens, five U.S. Amateurs, three PGA Championships and two U.S. Women’s Opens. Oakmont’s slick greens, deep bunkers and tight fairways make it one of North America’s toughest golf courses. Architect Donald Ross designed the challenging course at Aronimink Golf Club near Philadelphia.
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