Laurel Valley Golf Club is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Ligonier , Pennsylvania. Set in Western Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands, Laurel Valley Golf Club spans 260 beautiful acres nestled between Laurel Ridge Mountain and Chestnut Ridge Mountain.
Laurel Valley Golf Club first opened for play in 1959. The course was designed by Dick Wilson. The course was redesigned by Paul Erath in 1965, and by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay in 1988.
Laurel Valley hosted the 1965 PGA Championship, the 1975 Ryder Cup Matches, and the 1989 U.S. Senior Open.
The Laurel Valley golf course has a variety of terrain to challenge the most experienced golfer. Water hazards come into play on many holes, including three that require shots over water to the greens. The greens are severely undulating and well-bunkered, and the fairways are tree lined. A caddie is mandatory if you choose to walk the course.
Laurel Valley Golf Club plays to a par-71 and a maximum distance of 7,154 yards. Pay attention to these numbers...the course rating is 75.9 and the slope rating is 147.
(cart included), played on Sunday, June 1999 at 11:39 AM
What a place....beautiful valley. Fantastic course and conditions. I have two wishes: Wish Arnie had won the PGA in 1965, and wish I could play here in good weather. (Twice in thunderstorms)
Guest (cart not included), played on Wednesday, June 2010 at noon
teh absolute best day in golf in western Pennsylvania
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