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  Philipsburg Elks Lodge & Country Club

AERIFYING SCHEDULE

MONDAY APRIL 27 - AERIFYING GREENSAS THEY WORK ON THE GREEN THAT HOLE WILL BE CLOSEDOPEN FOR MEMBERS ONLYPRO SHOP WILL HAVE LIMITED HOURS SO CALL AHEAD

TUESDAY APRIL 28 - TOP DRESSING GREENSTHE COURSE WILL BE CLOSEDPRO SHOP WILL BE CLOSED

April 1 - Elk & Golf dues are due

Please pay your Golf dues and Elk dues on separate checks.

All cart fees are paid in the Pro Shop not with your dues.

 

 

New for 2015

 

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

Must have a golf member in every group and the two time rule applies for guests

Mandatory carts for guests

Monday & Wednesday

 Public must tee off by 2:00; all groups after must have a member in it

Tuesday

Open day

Thursday

Public must tee off by 1:00; all groups after must have a member in it.

When Men's league is not playing, open day

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Specials

Monday - $25           Thursday - $30         (18 holes with cart)

Special prices for guests playing with members

Tuesday $25          Wednesday $35          Thursday $25

18 holes with cart

no nine hole specials and no rain checks on specials

New info

Letter to the Membership from the golf committee

2015 new member application

2015 new junior (under 30) application

2015 Price List

click for PDF file

 

Please pay your Golf dues and Elk dues on separate checks.

All cart fees are paid in the Pro Shop not with your dues.

 

 

About-Us

Course Information

The Philipsburg Elks Lodge & C.C., located in Philipsburg, PA, is a short 20 minute drive from State College, PA. The course was designed by Alexander H. Findlay, "The Father of American Golf", and opened in 1922.  Mr. Findlay also designed such local courses as Clinton CC (1910), Centre Hills CC (1921), Curwensville CC (1924) and Tyrone GC (1925). 

     The Philipsburg Elks Lodge & C.C. is a nine hole USGA course measuring only 5600 yards but has many challenges that make up for its short length.  The course has small, undulating, quick greens that puts a premium on the approach shot.  The greens are surrounded by elevation changes, mounds and 29 total bunkers.  The fairways are contoured so you are not left with many level lies.  The course also features different sets of tees from front to back changing the par on several holes. 

 

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