Featured Courses

The 16th Hole at Foxchase Golf Club

Par 4 411/373/354/342
Stevens, PA in Dutch Country Roads

A public course with country club features offers excellent course conditions, quick rounds, outstanding customer service and one of the best practice facilities in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Foxchase appears to be wide open but looks can be deceiving. Out of bounds lurks on eleven holes, deep grass awaits on fifteen holes and three huge ponds thirst for your ball on seven different holes. Throw in a bunch of pines, fifty traps, nine dog-legs, huge quick greens and 6607 yards, and an 85 shooter is scrambling to shoot in the 90s.

The 15th Hole at Iron Valley Golf Club

Par 4 456/422/415/340/35
Lebanon, PA in Dutch Country Roads

Iron Valley Golf Club is a beautiful P.B Dye getaway with breathtaking views and an unopposed serenity. Natural terrain, expansive vistas, extreme elevation changes, and a challenging layout with five tee options stretching from almost 5,000 to nearly 7,100 yards, combine to ensure Iron Valley Golf Club is truly, “A Breathtaking Challenge”.

The 4th hole at Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club (Ridge Course)

Par 3: 205 / 180 / 165 / 105
Mountain Top, PA in the Upstate PA region

BRT is the only 27 holes facility in Luzerne County, stretching to 7095 yards from the tips, and 4099 from the forward tees. The facility boasts three unique nine holes circuits, indoor practice facility, BRT Golf Academy, online tee times, and the clubhouse features covered patio, with the restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Valley Green Golf Course

Pittsburgh and Its Countryside

Located in Westmoreland County, Valley Green is an 18 holes layout featuring bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways. It is a par 72, 6166 yards, with a slope and rating of: 12/69.3. Water hazards come into play on five holes, and the fairways are generous and the greens are large and very fast. One of the flattest courses in western PA, makes for a great walking track!

Ponderosa Golf Course

Pittsburgh and Its Countryside

Tucked among western PA’s rolling hills, the fairways are lush, the greens are fast, and PGC is located just 30 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, and 7 minutes from Pittsburgh Int’l Airport.

The 14th Hole at Manor Golf Club

Par 5
Dutch Country Roads

Established in 1928, MGC is one of the oldest public courses in eastern PA. Located conveniently between Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Allentown in Sinking Spring, PA, the Manor Golf Club offers a true test of golf on a traditional championship-style golf course where shot making takes precedence over length.

Flatbush Golf Course

Littlestown in Dutch Country Roads

Nestled in the rolling farmlands of south central PA, FGC is an Ault-Clark design stretching out to 6700 yards. FGC opened in 1989 and has all the amenities: especially a very nice practice facility (range, putting green, practice bunker), a fully stocked pro shop, and an extensive menu grill and pub. The friendly staff looks to make every golf experience an enjoyable one.

The 12th hole at Wyncote Golf Club

Par 4 356/342/306/275
Oxford, PA in Philadelphia and the Countryside

Nestled amidst the rolling farmlands of Chester County, Wyncote Golf Club is consistently rated among the region’s best courses. The “Heathlands” style course was designed by award-winning architect Brian Ault and rewards golfers with the finest playing conditions available. Bent grass covers the course from the tees to the greens.

The 11th Hole at Olde Homestead Golf Club

Par 4 350/325/310/285/225
New Tripoli, PA in The Lehigh Valley

While more than half a million residents make the Lehigh Valley the third-largest metro region in the state, Olde Homestead is tucked away in bucolic New Tripoli, PA. Each hole features five tee boxes making the course fair and enjoyable for scratch golfers and high handicappers alike. Challenges include water hazards, which come in to play on 10 of the 18 holes, and undulating bent-grass greens, many with three tiers. Olde Homestead also has a nine-hole Par 3 where you and your buddies can really settle the score.

Mill Race Golf and Camping Resort

Valleys of the Susquehanna

Nestled in one of PA’s most scenic areas, the resort features three season golf on a truly picturesque, and superior conditioned course. The full service golf facility has ample banquet, meeting, and tournament space. Golf memberships, daily fee, and special rates are available.

Broad Run Golfer’s Club

NGCOA/PGO 2013 Course of the Year
West Chester, PA in Philadelphia and the Countryside

Broad Run Golfer’s Club, West Chester, PA, was purchased by Byler Golf Management in the spring of 2012. The local ownership and management team for the golf course and restaurant has succeeded in wowing their past, present, and new patrons with one of the most exceptional golf and dining experiences in Chester County.

Opened in 2000, known formally as Tattersall, this semi-private club was designed by world-renowned architect Rees Jones. The golf course is built on 372 acres of rolling Chester County countryside and features incredible vistas on some of the highest ground in southern PA.

3 Lakes Golf Course

Pittsburgh and its Countryside

3 Lakes Golf Course, formerly Alcoma Golf Club, was designed by Emil Loeffler in 1923 and the course spans 152 rolling acres. 3 Lakes is well maintained, and features undulating fairways, a variety of scenic holes, and firm, fast greens. 3 Lakes offers superior service, sensible pricing and private amenities accessible to all.

Royal Manchester Golf Course

Dutch Country Roads

Inniscrone Golf Club

Philadelphia and the Countryside

Tucked into the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Inniscrone Golf Club, designed by Gil Hanse, is a strategic layout with championship conditions in the old world tradition. Recent course improvements include the newly rebuilt 16th fairway and green complex. IGC boasts a well stocked pro shop, and convenient driving range and putting green both adjoining the clubhouse.

The 17th Hole at Birdsfoot Golf Club

Par 3 208/178/144/132/100
Freeport, PA in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside

A Pittsburgh favorite, Birdsfoot is a charming gem that scores with a friendly staff and great golf that will test all skill levels. The course features 18 distinct holes — including four of the area’s toughest par 3s – that challenge every club in the bag. Links-style holes on the front nine mingle with parkland beauties played out over rolling hills that are indifferent to bounces good and bad.

Hickory Heights Golf Course

Pittsburgh and its Countryside

HHGC is a design by award winning architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan – 18 beautifully sculpted holes of golf out of 160 wooded acres with level landing areas, and challenging greens. Lush fairways and undulating bentgrass greens, dramatic elevation changes, strategically placed bunkers, and water hazards, provide a challenge for every level of golf enthusiast. One of western Pennsylvania’s finest public golf courses.

The 14th Hole (Lakeside) at Butler’s Golf Course

Par 4 466/426/337/308
Elizabeth, PA in Pittsburgh and Its Countryside

At Butler’s Golf Course, you’ll find 36 well-maintained and challenging holes, the Woodside 18 and the Lakeside 18. You’ll enjoy some breathtaking vistas, especially on the back 9s. You can make tee times up to eight days in advance, and enjoy savings with the free Frequent Play Card and email deals. Try the delicious pancakes, hamburgers, soups, dinners and daily specials at the restaurant, the Rock Run Inn. And for a true getaway, stay overnight at the John Butler House Bed & Breakfast.

Black Hawk Golf Course

Pittsburgh and its Countryside

Black Hawk is a 36 holes facility, and presents a fair and challenging test for all levels of golfers. Known for its consistent greens and general course conditioning, Black Hawk remains a favorite of most players in western PA. In addition, the facility specializes in outings, and shotgun events.

Macoby Run Golf Course

Philadelphia and the Countryside

Utilizing the naturally rolling terrain and woods of Montgomery Country farm country, Macoby Run Golf Course offers an excellent variety of challenges to compliment the breathtaking vistas you will experience throughout your round. The front 9 holes have 138’ of elevation change with hills and trees to keep you on top of your game. The back 9 offers a bit of a reprieve with slightly less hilly and more open terrain. No two greens are the same and the two-tier green on #3 will challenge the truest of putting skills.

The 12th hole at Honeybrook Golf Club

Par 5: 561 / 551 / 533 / 454
Honey Brook, PA in Philadelphia and the Countryside

Honeybrook Golf Club was voted the NGCOA/PGO golf course of the year in 2009! A semi-private facility nestled among the Amish farms of western Chester County. HGC is a mixture of wide-open links and tree-lined fairways, with protected wetlands, subtle elevation changes and target greens. Play while the horse-drawn buggies saunter by! Strong junior and ladies programs are a highlight, and a recently expanded dining room, bar and back deck make the HGC experience very memorable.