Ligonier Country Club
Established in 1925, Ligonier Country Club has challenged golfers and welcomed diners for over eighty years in the Laurel Highlands.
On October 5, 1925 the application for a charter for Ligonier Country Club was recorded at the Westmoreland County Court House. The purpose of this application was to encourage outdoor sports, particularly golf. The Frable family farm was purchased and a nine hole golf course was laid out. The farmhouse was the first clubhouse. It was located across Route 711 from the #12 white tee, which, at the time, was the #1 tee. The present clubhouse was built in 1931, and the second nine holes were added in 1964.
Bill Elliott - General Manager
From Greensburg:Take Route 30 through Latrobe to Ligonier. Go to the second red light below Fort Ligonier and make a right turn over a bridge onto Route 711 South for 3.1 miles. We are the second golf course (Laurel Valley is first) located on the left side of the road. When you see a white "Ligonier Country Club" sign make a left. Go approximately ¼ mile down that road and make another left into the club. There will be another sign indicating where you should turn. Follow that road into the parking area.
From Turnpike:You will exit at Exit #91 (old Donegal Exit #9). From the exit make a left. Go ¼ mile and make another left onto Route 711 North. You will then go approximately ten miles. We are located on the right hand side of the road. There will be a "Ligonier Country Club" sign indicating where you should turn. (If you should by chance miss the turn, you immediately see the golf course on your right.) Follow that road into the parking area.
729 Fairway Ln
Ligonier, PA USA