Choose from Three Options
$189 for an 18-hole golf package for two ($358 value)
$349 for an 18-hole golf package for four ($716 value)
- 18 holes of golf
- Cart rental
- Range balls
$219 for an 18-hole golf package for two with pre- or post-round Bedford Bath Ritual at Springs Eternal Spa ($488 value)
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Total length of 6,785 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 73.4 from the back tees
- Slope rating of 140 from the back tees
- Four tee options
Dress code: gentlemen must wear long slacks or knee-length shorts and a collared or mock neck golf shirt; ladies may wear slacks, skirts, skorts, or shorts no shorter than just above the knee. Ladies’ shirts must have a collar or sleeves, but may not lack both. No t-shirts please.
Omni Bedford Springs Resort
In the late 18th century, Dr. John Anderson wanted to reap the curative benefits of the natural mineral springs found in the Allegheny Mountains. He purchased a plot of land and used locally quarried stones to build the lodge that now serves as the foundation of Omni Bedford Springs Resort. Twelve US presidents have stayed at the hotel over the years—they referred to it as the summer White House—and it’s now a National Historic Landmark. Though it also boasts a historical golf course and plush guest rooms, the four-star hotel’s main draw remains its eight mineral springs, some of which feed the heated indoor pool.
Inspired by the Native Americans who first discovered the springs’ healing properties, the 30,000-square-foot Springs Eternal Spa uses natural mineral water in every treatment. During Bedford Bath rituals, you can alternate between hot and cool mineral pools equipped with massaging jets.
Offerings at the five onsite restaurants range from casual bar fare at Frontier Tavern to upscale dining at the Crystal Room. The resort’s signature steak house, the 1796 Room, serves 21-day-aged USDA Prime beef along with fresh desserts prepared in-house.