Not far from Pittsburgh, one of the most livable cities in the U.S., and among breathtaking rolling hills, lies a stunning estate upon which is situated the only Pete Dye Design Golf Course in western Pennsylvania.
Outstanding privileges and amenities are just as important as the intangible benefits that come with private club membership – a sense of community, camaraderie and belonging. We offer a variety of affordable country club memberships that give you access to some of western Pennsylvania’s most outstanding golf and recreational facilities, exceptional dining, and a year-long schedule of events designed to engage and delight every member of the family.
Steeped in a tradition of more than 100 years, Montour Heights Country Club members and their families remain committed to the legacy established by the Club’s founders — a signature golf course, an elegant estate and familiar, friendly faces from all walks of life. Come join us and experience the Montour Tradition!
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The Right Mix of Culture and Golf
“When my wife and I settled into a house in the Pittsburgh area, one of our goals was to find a club and golf course to suit our needs. We visited several clubs throughout the area, and quickly learned that finding the right mix of culture and golf was a challenge. One of my coworkers was a member at Montour Heights, so it was on the list of must-visit clubs.
I was very taken with the course, which provides a uniquely challenging round every time out, mixing the traditional southwestern Pennsylvania golf terrain with the signature styling of Pete Dye.
While I was excited about the course, the real question was going to be the culture of the club. Tara and I could not have been more pleased getting to know the friendly staff, and enjoying a delicious meal every time.
Montour Heights has not only proven to be a great escape for golf, but a pleasant destination to enjoy our anniversary, take our family for a nice dinner, or just have a evening out with friends.” — Jim K.