Featured Pennsylvania Golf Courses
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Located in Limerick Township, Montgomery County, Raven's Claw Golf Club is one of the premiere golf and residential communities in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Designed by Ed Shearon of Shearon Golf, the course has been laid out with a variety of hole styles, many of which have been carved from rolling hills and mature wooded areas that require creative shot-making with stunning views.
Antiochian Village is a Conference Center and Banquet Facility located on over 300 wooded acres nestled in the foothills of the Laurel Ridge in the scenic Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania, between Ligonier and Johnstown.
Antiochian Village offers stay and play packages with surrounding golf courses.
Imagine yourself strolling down the same groomed fairways where Arnold Palmer learned to play the game of golf. Or muscling out of the deep rough where the Legend perfected his pitch shots. Maybe you're standing over a 20-foot putt on a two-tiered green that Deacon Palmer, Arnold's father, helped design and create. Following your round you walk into clubhouse and dine in the Palmer Grille. Playing 18 holes at Latrobe Country Club is much more than a game. It's something special that members call the Arnold Palmer Experience. There's nothing else quite like it in the world of golf.
Glen Mills, the award winning golf course, is located in Pennsylvania's historic Thornbury Township. It is the only golf course in the Philadelphia area featuring 12-minute starting times.
Glen Mills is a full service, 18 Hole golf facility including multiple manicured practice areas. For over a decade now, this Bobby Weed design has been providing the daily fee golfer with superior golf and the natural beauty of Glen Mills.
The SpringHill Suites Pittsburgh Latrobe is situated less than one mile from the grounds of Arnold Palmer's Latrobe Country Club and offers all the amenities you're looking for when on the road for business or pleasure.
The Inn at Pocono Manor is a five square-mile mountaintop resort listed on the
National Registry of Historic Places. Over the 100 years our 18-hole East course
has been in existence-with holes designed by classic-era giants Donald Ross
and William Flynn-it has challenged dozens of top professionals during
tournaments and pro-am events. Art Wall Jr., Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Tommy
Bolt, Cary Middlecoff, Robert DeVicenzo, and others have gone head-to-head at
Pocono Manor over the years.