Harmony Ridge Golf Club
|Red (W)||36||2832 yards||34.8||118|
|Blue M: 63.1/105 W: 64.1/107||532||97||291||467||146||275||135||325||310||2578||5197|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Available FacilitiesBanquet Facilities
Never again. Thought $22 was an ok deal for the 4th of July observed, so took my gf for 9 holes - she's brand new to the sport. Course says its 18 holes, but its not. It's 9 holes with 18 tee boxes. Rock hard teeing ground, tall fairways with clovers everywhere (actually lost a ball in the "short stuff"), legit stones in the traps, and slow, uncut greens. Only staff we saw the whole time was the bartender/shop attendant/starter guy who told us our cart number and we just went and tee'd off. Nobody organizing the groups starting so there were just twosomes and solo golfers all around us killing the pace. Saw a shirtless golfer at one point when we were looking for our ball. It's western PA so this isn't totally crazy, but there really isn't a single flat lie on the course, and it's pretty extreme here. Again, wouldn't recommend this to any golfer ever unless you want to find a $10 round to use as a warmup before playing a real course. Fownes would be rolling in his grave....
I am not sure why they even charge you to play this course because they clearly don’t use any of the incoming revenue for updates/ upkeep. The man in front of me, without exaggeration, hit 3 tee shots, all OB, on every single hole and there’s no one to complain about pace of play to because it’s literally just a bar. I mean I only paid $14, but in order for me to come back it’s going to have to be free.
"Oakmonts little brother" designed by H.C and W.C Fownes.
Little brothers can be a challenging, exacting pain in the a**- and fhis course lives up to that reputation. This historic and conveniently located 9 hole course will humble you with the opening 550 yard 1st hole which rewards accurate players who aim for higher ground. Like Oakmont there isn't a drop of water on the course, but even the most skilled players will find challenge I'm this hilly but we'll maintained gem in Beaver County.
Don't let the price fool you; you will pay for your mistakes in this "little brother" of a course but you can find comfort in the top notch staff and grounds crew who have maintained a standard of excellence set when this place opened in 1923.
The fact they are trying to say it’s a deal to pay $25 is a joke. This course is great for cheap practice and that’s it. Half the time there are no employees on the course nor in the shop. You just take a cart and go. Fairways are so high you can legit lose a ball on the fairway. Greens are the slowest I ever played. For $10 it’s a great value. For $25 it’s a joke.
Great staff. Course not so much.
The staff is top notch. The course isn't so great. Outside the fairway the grass is very tall so you lose many balls, very slow greens, tee boxes are torn apart. For the price though you can not beat it.
Absolutely horrible course. Says its 18 holes but its only 9 with 18 t boxes. Fairways were all weeds and clover. Bunkers were rock hard sand. Greens were uncut and extremely slow. I will not be returning to this course.