Golf in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands is a relaxing way to spend your next visit with us. The region's professional-level courses can challenge golfers of all skill levels, while rewarding them with unforgettable views and landscapes. Our Western PA golf courses have been designed to take advantage of the amazing Allegheny Mountains and Pennsylvania hills that host them.
There are many Laurel Highlands' golf courses and resorts to choose from, each offering something special and unique. Golf Digest and other accredited publications have rated some courses in the region with top honors for golf in Pennsylvania. All will deliver great golf and great restaurants, and many can also provide overnight accommodations so you can get out on the course early and still leave plenty of time for a full day of vacationing throughout the region.
Just view our directory of Laurel Highlands PA Golf Courses below for a rundown of all the great courses in the area. There are also great Pennsylvania golf packages that pair the best Laurel Highlands golf with area hotel and restaurant offers.
Two championship courses at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort are quickly gaining notoriety for offering some of the best golf in Pennsylvania. Designed for serious golfers, Mystic Rock is a challenging course from tee to green and was named one of the top 10 golf resorts in the United States by Conde Nast Traveler. To complement its design, golfers at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort can also choose The Links for a more casual round of golf.
Originally designed by world-renowned golf-course designer, Pete Dye - and recently redesigned with the input of several PGA Tour professionals - Mystic Rock is an extremely exciting and challenging Laurel Highlands golf course. One that's received top honors from Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, it was recently awarded the 2010 Gold Medal Award by Golf Magazine and named one of the "Best Courses You Can Play" in Pennsylvania by Golfweek. Book a tee time today and close out the season with an unforgettable round of golf in Pennsylvania, surrounded by the wonderful environs of this one-of-a-kind course, including the infamous out-of-play $600,000 waterfall on hole number five.
For a course that is challenging and absolutely breathtaking in the fall, check out Hidden Valley Golf Club at Hidden Valley Resort. Located on the top of the 3,000-foot summit, the course features dramatic elevation changes and panoramic vistas of more than 20 miles across the mountain range. Only two holes run parallel to one another, which means you'll see a lot more of Mother Nature than you will other golfers. For many first-time and returning visitors, Hidden Valley Golf Club is a favorite place to golf in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands.
Want to squeeze in a quick nine? The Summit Inn Golf Course provides golfers of all levels with a vigorous par-35 mountaintop challenge that offers a 60-mile panoramic view on its most scenic hole. Want to stretch it out to 18? No problem, there is an additional set of tees to turn your round of Laurel Highlands golf into a par 72.
What about playing at a course that was rated 6th Best Public Golf Course by Golf Digest and has earned a 4.5 rating? Tom's Run at Chestnut Ridge Golf Resort offers you a unique mix of challenges - starting off rather innocently but quickly turning into a bear that will require every shot in your bag. Needless to say, you'll need to bring you're A-game to this unforgettable Western PA golf course.
For those looking to improve, finesse, or simply find their game, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort has joined forces with another great name, Nike Golf, to form the Nemacolin Woodlands Golf Academy. Led by PGA Master Professional and two-time Teacher of the Year, Dennis Clark, this facility offers golf instruction and club fitting designed exclusively to improve your game and shave strokes off your score.
This is the perfect time of year to plan a golf getaway. The region has long been known for its outstanding private and public golf courses and for being the birthplace of golf legend Arnold Palmer. Tee off in the Laurel Highlands and you just may see Arnold Palmer walking the fairways or putting on a green.
Golfers now have the rare opportunity to play on the very same greens Arnold Palmer still plays today. The SpringHill Suites by Marriott located on none other than Arnold Palmer Drive in Latrobe offers an exclusive Stay and Play Package with golfing privileges at the private Latrobe Country Club - the home of Arnold Palmer.
Guests can now drive, pitch, and putt on the course where he learned the game from his father, and view the memorabilia on display from his amateur and professional golfing careers. This is a golf experience that you'll never forget.