Wednesday evenings for 6 weeks in the spring and 6 weeks in the fall are reserved for a flighted Members only competitive league. All skill levels are encouraged to participate. It's a great way to get to know your fellow club Members!
Format of play is 9 hole better ball of partners, match play. With the exception of one scratch flight for more accomplished players, competition will be at 80% hcp. Flights of 6 teams will round-robin for 5 weeks finishing with a 1 vs 2, 3 vs 4, and 5 vs 6 final match based on total accumulated points. Golf begins at 5:30 with a shotgun start. Exact start dates can be found in the annual golf calendar.
Finally a reason to look forward to Mondays! Book a nine hole round for just yourself or a for a group of any size. Whether you're looking for a casual round once in awhile or a regular organized competition for you group, we'll fit you into our 5:30 shotgun start. Contact our golf shop at (814) 944-2631 to explore all the options. At only $19 for an individual golfer or $17/golfer for groups of 12 or more, including carts, it's a great value. After play we'd also welcome you to visit The Clubhouse Grill for a bite to eat. As an added value, Mondays are "Burger and Beer Nights" from 5-9 pm with $5.95 Club Burgers and $2 domestic draft beers!
Park Hills Golf Club is the home course for two area high schools: Altoona Area High School and Bishop Guilfoyle High School. Aside from giving these programs access to our golf course, Park Hills also contributes to the scholastic golf landscape in two significant ways.
The first of these is called the Junior Golf Tour. The junior golf tour is for boys and girls entering grades 6 - 12. The schedule includes 9 golf events for kids to participate in, at local golf facilities, throughout the summer. Click HERE for more information and a schedule of events.
The second aspect of our scholastic involvement is the Operation Our Town high school event, the largest single high school event in the region. With over 90 students attending, golfers are introduced to a fun and competitive high school activity. More importantly, it emphasizes on the Operation Our Town's mission to promote healthy neighborhoods and protecting it's citizens from illegal drug use.