Golf in Clarksburg

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Multiple Locations

$50 $25

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$31 for $90 Worth of Golf Lessons — Brian Machen Golf Academy

Brian Machen Golf

Irwin

$90 $31

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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

$72 $35

Secluded metropolitan greens invite golfers to swing through

$35 for 18-Hole Round of Golf for Two with Cart at Rolling Fields Golf Club (Up to $70 Off)

Rolling Fields Golf Club

Murrysville

$70 $35

Since 1955, rolling layout challenges goflers with frequent elevation changes, sloping terrain, and fast greens

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

$97.50 $60

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

Golf Outing, Including Cart Rental and Grill Voucher for Two or Four at EagleSticks Golf Club (Up to 62% Off)

EagleSticks Golf Club

Zanesville

$130 $59

Diverse trees and waterfalls are strewn across bentgrass fairways and greens on 6,508-yard course built on dramatically undulating farmland

18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Cart, Range Balls, and Lunch at Vista Golf Course (Up to 58% Off)

Vista Golf Course

Muskingum

$74 $31

Recently renovated course showcases ponds and grasses incorporated into open fairways and sprawling vistas

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Draped over the verdant Washington County countryside, Fort Cherry Golf Club's 18-hole course spans 6,205 yards of rolling, player-friendly terrain. The course's relatively open layout invites players to blast tee shots with their drivers or T-shirt cannons at nearly every non-par 3, as sparse tree lines offer little impediment to shots that find the rough, and the course's multiple sand bunkers loom by the greens—not the fairways. An adjacent driving range loosens up swings to perfection, and a practice green sharpens up putting strokes and helps players get a feel for how to read the course's subtle slopes and metaphorical flagsticks. With its own motel and a gourmet bar and restaurant, the club hosts all-day and overnight golf-outing packages for a restful pin-hunting vacation.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Length of 6,205 yards from farthest tees * Course rating of 69.6 from farthest tees * Slope rating of 122 from farthest tees * Four tee options

80 Fort Cherry Rd
Mc Donald,
PA
US

Designed by Mark Ormison in 1897, the fairways of Bob O'Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park sprawl over 51 acres and invite linksmen to frolic among foliage that has been flourishing for more than a century, while also gazing out on metropolitan views. Players find themselves challenged right from the get-go with a second hole that is also the toughest, but can strive for birdies at holes 8 and 17 to recover. At the 11th hole, golfers encounter a quirky rectangular green, whose geometric origins are likely found in a house having occupied the space long ago. The course is managed by the local charity The First Tee Pittsburgh, which strives to encourage good character, values, and healthy life choices in children through the game of golf, and proceeds from the course benefit its programs.

Before hitting the course, players can hone their form at the course’s driving range in good weather, take lessons with a Class A PGA professional, or strengthen their swings at the Full Swing simulator, which tracks ball flight, speed, and distance in real time. The simulator offers high-definition projections of more than 35 notable courses, including Pebble Beach, Oakmont Country Club, Pinehurst Country Club, and Harbour Town Golf Links, and lets golfers sharpen their swings in the dead of winter without fear of losing a limb to frostbite or abominable ground squirrels.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 67 course
  • Length of 4,620 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 63.3 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 104 from the farthest tees
  • See helpful course notes
  • 18 hitting stations at driving range
5370 Schenley Dr
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

A sprawling, 32-acre sports metropolis set on the Ohio River?s Neville Island, RMU Island Sports Center?s multipurpose facilities encompass activities from ice-skating to miniature golf. An indoor, 42-tee driving range throughout most of the day, the 100-yard field and domed, 75-foot high ceilings of the Golf and Sports Dome house baseball, softball, kickball, and flag football events by night before hosting after-hours singles parties for terrestrial blue whales. Adjacent to the dome, clients can execute graceful pirouettes or high-speed slap shots at the skating rink, which offers hockey leagues and lessons, figure skating programs, and public skate sessions. To fully immerse themselves in the Center?s scenic location, guests can catch riverside breezes at the RMU Island Rapids Miniature Golf Course, where golfers must contend with subtle slopes, two waterfalls, and heckling barnacles as they steer orbs through the immaculate 18-hole putters park.

7600 Grand Ave.
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

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

Formerly known as Ambridge Country Club, Harmony Ridge Golf Club reopened in 2008 under the guidance of Greg Paul. The nine-hole course is commonly referred to as Oakmont's Little Brother, as it shares Oakmont Country Club's designers, H.C. Fownes and Emil Loeffler, and has a propensity to withstand noogies. It beckons swingers of all levels with 120 verdant acres that stretch across Beaver County countryside. A newly renovated blues cafe and sports bar, which proffers a menu of American fare along with weekly live music, rounds out an afternoon of long drives and short putts.

1280 Breitenstein Rd.
Harmony Township,
PA
US

Totaling a little more than 2,500 yards laid end to end, the nine holes that constitute Maple Crest Golf Course's rolling hills challenge players to exhibit deft control in order to master its relatively short layout. Big hitters who can keep the ball in play enjoy wide, open fairways, but overzealous strokes may fly out of bounds or enter into orbit, forcing a difficult re-entry through the atmosphere and onto the 5,000-square-foot greens. The par 3 sixth hole forces players to hit their tee shot into a narrow opening above a ravine, and the par 5 ninth hole—the course’s longest at 464 yards—protects its multitiered green with trees and uphill lies.

Course at a Glance:

  • Eighteen-hole, par 68 course

  • Total length of more than 5,000 yards from the back tees

3892 Logans Ferry Rd
Monroeville,
PA
US