Golf in Altoona


Golf for Two or Four with Cart, Valid Weekdays or Weekends at Greencastle Greens Golf Club (Up to 49% Off)

Greencastle Greens Golf Club

Greencastle Greens Golf Club

Par-72 course nestled atop 250 acres of verdant land features lakes, waterfalls, and two-tier driving range

$74 $39

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18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental and Range Balls at Birdsfoot Golf Club (Up to 55% Off)

Birdsfoot Golf Club

Freeport

Rustic charm of rolling fairways dotted with yellow flowers and farmhouse-turned-clubhouse beckon golfers after warm up with range balls

$142 $68

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18-Hole Round of Golf for One or Two with Cart and Range Balls at Locust Hill Golf Course (Up to 42% Off)

Locust Hill Golf Course

Locust Hill Golf Course

Water in play on 11 of 18 holes presents the greatest obstacle for golfers as they traverse scenic course situated in Blue Ridge Mountains

$60 $35

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$17 for $28 Worth of Nine-Hole Golf — All About Golf

All About Golf

Butler

Round of golf for two includes a riding cart

$28 $17

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18-Hole Round of Day Golf or Nine-Hole Round of Twilight Golf at Pheasant Ridge Golf Club (Up to 49% Off)

Pheasant Ridge Golf Club

West Deer

Dense foliage rewards precise drives on a par 72 course during daytime or twilight rounds of golf

$97.50 $60

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18 Holes for Four Plus Pull Cart, or Golf-Simulator Session at Bob O'Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park (Up to 51% Off)

Bob O'Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park

Squirrel Hill North

Secluded metropolitan greens invite golfers to swing through

$72 $35

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All-Day Golf Outing for One, Two, or Four at Liberty Road Golf Center (Up to 53% Off)

Liberty Road Golf Center

13, Mount Pleasant

Stint at 20-stall, full-length driving range prepares swings for all-day access to par 3 course

$22.38 $12

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18-Hole Weekday Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart at Lenape Heights Golf Resort (Up to 56% Off)

Lenape Heights Golf Resort

Manor

Subtle elevation changes, blind shots, and numerous water hazards come into play on course

$112 $55

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Rolling over the naturally hilly landscape, the bright-green turf of Statler’s Fun Center’s miniature-golf course winds around the center’s 1,528-foot go-kart track. Engines roar as racers 10 or older zip through the over-and-under bridge’s tight turns or give their lead foot free rein on the straightaways. The soundtrack of purring motors underscores high-stakes games of miniature golf as players putt their way through deviously landscaped greens, expertly maneuvering the cave with a hidden waterfall and defeating the final hole guarded by squatting gophers. An air-conditioned snack shop provides respite from summer heat with cool drinks and an arcade full of excuses to hang out indoors, such as the classic air-hockey table and skee-ball.
407 Frye Farm Rd
Greensburg,
PA
US
A pair of massive par 5s bookends the course at Glengarry Golf Links. The first hole stretches to 564 yards, and the final hole reaches 555 yards, making both more than 100 yards longer than any other hole on the course. Between them, golfers can't just cruise, either: six lakes creep into play on seven different holes, and 20 catcher's mitt bunkers lie in wait to devour shots that run astray. Challenging as the course is, it surrounds visitors in beauty by weaving through tall native grasses and fescue mounts amid the foothills of the Laurel Mountains. Plus, 50-yard-wide fairways create spacious landing zones for balls and for players who opt for jet packs over golf carts. Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par 69 course * Total of 6,197 yards * Five tees per hole * Course rating of 69.7 from the tips * Course slope of 125 from the tips * Scorecard
168 Lentz Rd.
Latrobe,
PA
US
The impressive course at Scottish Heights offers 18 holes of mature tree-lined fairways and luscious, well-groomed greens. The signature number 4 hole requires a tee shot over Rattlesnake Creek, where spawning trout raise stray balls as their own eggs. Cozy rooms at the lodge vary depending on availability, but options include double rooms, two-bedroom suites, and two-bedroom/two-bathroom condos. Top off your golfcation with a hearty meal at the Bagpiper's Restaurant, or rehash eagles, ostriches, and griffins over a postround flagon of ale at the open-air bar.
287 Scottish Heights Dr
Brockport,
PA
US
Established in 1991, Greencastle Greens Golf Club occupies a 250-acre chunk of land peppered with rolling fairways, mature trees, waterfalls, and lakes. Indeed, water plays a critical role here: it comes into play on more than half of the holes, and it even crops up on the club's two-tier driving range. There, ponds lurk near various targets, making practice time more realistic than if you were to quietly chip over your neighbor's pool. Away from the driving range and the par 72 course, Greencastle Greens also helps player hone their skills with a comprehensive golf academy offering programs for both juniors and adults.
2000 Castlegreen Drive
Greencastle,
PA
US
The 18-hole course at Rolling Fields Golf Club coils around two large central ponds that have challenged golfers since 1955. Like most courses designed in the heyday of persimmon drivers and golf balls covered in asbestos, the layout isn't especially long, measuring in at a beginner-friendly 6,320 yards. Instead, golfers find difficulty in navigating rolling elevation changes, sloped greens, and fast greens. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Total length of 6,320 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 68.2 from the back tees * Course slope of 120 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard
4138 Hankey Church Rd
Murrysville,
PA
US
Named for the sunny yellow birdsfoot trefoil flowers strewn throughout the course—sprouted from seeds that fell off hay wagons rumbling through years ago on the fields of the former Buffalo Creek Farms—the championship golf course at Birdsfoot Golf Club enchants golfers with rolling hills and country charm. The links-style front nine give way to a back nine whose fairways open over hills, inviting golfers to pull out their drivers and whack dimpled orbs with the club-swinging gusto usually reserved for cracking eggs into an omelet pan. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette highlights the course’s 465-yard third hole as one of the 18 best public holes in western Pennsylvania, citing its mounded fairway, which doglegs left and challenges putts with a downhill, sloped green. As carts zoom from one hole to the next, they traverse a path where bogeyman faces carved by a local artist peer from tree trunks. When players finish their rounds, they can unwind in a clubhouse where ghosts from its former life as a farmhouse offer advice on covertly changing scorecard results. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 7,034 yards Course rating of 74.4 Slope rating of 137 See an interactive course tour
225 Furnace Run Rd
Freeport,
PA
US
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