for renovations as of
Welcome to Ridgeview Golf Course
Ridgeview Golf Club
of Ligonier, Pennsylvania
You’ve got time for Nine !!!
Please call before planning to play.
Please click the Facebook Link below for updates about course conditions. Thank you.
Located 2.3 miles on Route 711 North from the Diamond in Ligonier, PA.
Turn right onto Gravel Hill road at the Blue “Ridge View Golf” sign and go 3/4 mile.
Clubhouse phone: 724 – 238 – 7655
The GOLF COURSE IS CURRENTLY CLOSED !!!!!
Renovations are underway and holes 4-9 are CLOSED !!!!!
Check our Facebook page for updates about course conditions.
Usually updated weekly or after any major storm.
NEW !!! NEW !!! NEW !!! Fling Golf is now here !!!
See more at https://flinggolf.com
Also, CARTS will NOT be available if the clubhouse is closed or after any rain event.
WALKING is always welcome.
As per Pennsylvania State Law and Ligonier Township Zoning, alcoholic beverages of any type, Beer, Wine, Liquor, etc., are NOT Permitted to be brought onto the property.
No personal coolers are permitted on the property either. Anyone who has brought alcohol onto the property will be asked to leave.
Pennsylvania State Law also requires staff in the clubhouse to notify the State Police of any person violating this policy, which may, result in arrest.
Ridgeview Golf Club is required to comply with all Federal, State, and Local Laws… therefore, Don’t Break the Law.
Ridgeview Golf Club operates as a public charity under the guidance and financial support of the International Myopia Prevention Assn., which has its headquarters in Ligonier. Myopia is caused by the excessive amount of reading and other close work our children do in our modern society. Outdoor activities are essential to offset such abnormal use of our eyes. We sponsor children’s golf leagues, offer low prices for children’s memberships and disseminate literature and free advice on vision heath to young and old. To learn more, see our website, Prevent Myopia.
Ridgeview Golf Club, serving the golfing community of the Ligonier Valley for over 50 years. Less than 30 minutes from Johnstown, Greensburg, Latrobe, Somerset, and Donegal. About an hour from Pittsburgh and Altoona