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Schenley Park Golf CourseForbes Ave & Schenley Dr
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
This executive course is located in the heart of Pittsburgh, just ten minutes from downtown. This challenging, scenic course offers a panoramic view of the city from the first hole. It is located on sixty-five acres of rolling hills, trees and lawn. The fairways are straight and there are no water hazards or bunkers. The signature hole is #18, a 355-yard, par 4, featuring a big tree located directly in the middle of the fairway, and there is also a great view of the clubhouse below. Although there is no driving range, two putting greens and a chipping area are available. A teaching school is also on site. The ladies tee off from the same set as the men.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Greens Fees:||$20 or Less|
|Dress Code:||No tank tops or cutoffs|
|Season:||Mar 1 to Dec 31|
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Craziest Golf Experience Ever., Aug 25, 2004
|reviewer: Dazed and Confused Duffer
from Akron, OH USA
|When you tee-off the mats are a turn off but the course has an old-school feel to it as if you should be playing hickory shafts. The course looks simple enough from the first tee. The second hole is where the craziness begins. Your second shot on this dog-leg is over a road with traffic and cyclists and joggers.... There is little trouble on this golf course except for some punishing slopes and thick long grass around the greens. And then there is the road. I believe you cross it 8 or 9 times as traffic flows by. A couple of holes tee off from one side of the valley over the road and too-tall trees to a hidden green on the other side of the up-slope. Must be seen to be believed. One long par-3 up hill hits over a hairpin turn in the road. A must play just so you know how weird it can get.|