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2200 Reis Run Rd
Pittsburgh, PA  15237-1772
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Clover Hills Course

9 hole executive length course

Municipal golf course

32 par | 1,968 yards

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Clover Hills Golf Course

The 9-hole "Clover Hills" course at the Clover Hill Golf Course facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania features 1,968 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 32. Designed by Ferdinand Garbin, ASGCA, the Clover Hills golf course opened in 1990. William C. Schweitzer manages the course as the General Manager/Superintendent.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed February 23, 2015

This is considered a golf course?? met the superintendent, he thinks he is a KING of a COUNTRY CLUB and he is actually a JESTER!

Reviewed July 13, 2012

This is an great quick 9 hole course...and while it looks easy, you'll find yourself being challenged in the accuracy department. It has a neighborhood feel and is a great course for your junior golfer to cut his/her teeth on....discounts for Franklin Park residents. Vending machines for food and drink.

Reviewed November 14, 2008

This is the absolutely perfect course for beginners. The first hole is a downhill 100-yard par 3 where you can't really screw up(though I have seen some guys crush one into the woods 50 yards past the green). No par 5s, but there are many bunkers. The course is nicely maintained, and a single could play in under an hour. The only complaint I have is about #5. It is a slightly uphill 72 yard par 3. You can see part of the flag and none of the green. The teebox is all dirt. You have to guess on where to hit it, but aiming right is safe because you get bounce off of that hill.

Reviewed September 22, 2008

honestly this course is a dump
hole number 5 ruins the course
there isnt a par 5
my freind shot a 33 (+1) with 4 clubs
its an embarassment to the region

Reviewed August 16, 2008

Great short course. Worth a quick 9 after work or a quick 18 on a Saturday morning. Good for beginners and hackers. Funny 5th hole - you'll see! Only thing missing is hot dogs in the clubhouse (Hotdogs are great!)

Reviewed July 22, 2008

Fun little course - accuracy is key here. Tee boxes were in pretty bad shape but the fairways and greens were nice. Great 9 hole round after work...

Reviewed July 02, 2008

Reviewed June 30, 2008

One of the better public courses in the area, overall maintenance is great, always in perfect shape. For a nice quick round, there are a couple of very short holes. Yes, #5 is very short but can be difficult. Well worth a round.

Reviewed July 16, 2007

Reviewed July 15, 2007

This is always a fun course to play while visiting the area. The staff is friendly, and the course is a real value.

Reviewed June 26, 2007

A Nice Option for a Warmup

This is a really nice, short 9-hole course that's a great option if you want to get some practice in but don't have much time. It's well-maintained, and you can use the driver on 4 or 5 of the holes. The 75-yard 5th hole is actually pretty hilarious. I realize they had to cram it in, but I still laugh every time I go to the tee. It's actually a bit of a blind tee shot, so it's not as easy as it sounds.

Reviewed June 14, 2007

One of my favorite courses

Proabably the nicest, most underrated little course in the area. It's very short, so you won't need the driver too much (a few par 4's are even driveable). Be careful, though, as the greens can be quick. THe only problem with this place is no. 5. It's a 75 or so yard par three turd that they had to squeeze in just to make it nine holes. It belongs on a crappy par three course at the Jersey Shore, not a nice little layout like this. It's like having an abandoned crackhouse at the end of a cul-de-sac in a gated community. Three words, Dy na mite. Enough piling on five, though, because the other eight holes are tremendous. It's always very well-kept and green, no matter how hot and dry it gets. Not a lot of amenities unless you like vending machines, but they just don't have the room. Still, this is a great course to play anytime of the year and it is definitely a great place to bring your kids when they are just starting out. Plus, the employees are some of the nicest you'll find at any course.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Brandon I. 12 41 29 06/28/08
2 IJ A. 12 41 29 06/12/11
3 Greg I. N/A 32 32 03/28/13
4 Patrick B. N/A 33 33 11/12/08
5 Michael C. N/A 35 35 07/27/07
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About Clover Hills

Clover Hill Golf Course

Golf Only facility

9 executive holes

Awards at Clover Hills

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Course Staff

William C. Schweitzer, General Manager/Superintendent
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