Strawberry Ridge Golf Course & Driving Range

Strawberry Ridge is a public golf course in Western Pennsylvania located approximately two miles north of Zelienople, and only a short drive from Pittsburgh.  Just off Route 19 in Lancaster Township, Butler County, Strawberry Ridge offers challenging flat fairways with large inviting greens designed to accommodate all skill levels of play.

The God-given beauty of the surrounding countryside provides a scenic environment for all that love the sport of golf.  Come experience our 18 hole championship course measuring over 6000 yds at a Par of 70.

Our facility also has a driving range featuring natural grass tees and target holes of varying lengths.

Course Stats - 18 Holes
YardsParRatingSlope
Black64047170.7125
Blue59817168.8121
White56087166.8116
Gold48527163.4102
Red45887166.2116

135 McNulty Ln.
Harmony, PA 16037
United States
Phone: 
724-452-4022
course layout map
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One Night Only
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