Cranberry Highlands is a daily fee municipal golf course. It is open, weather permitting, throughout the year. Normally mid March through mid November.
Course description: Cranberry Highlands, voted Pennsylvania’s best municipal golf course in 2009 by Golf Digest, celebrates Western Pennsylvania’s rugged natural landscape with a stunning 186-acre, par-70 course created to provide a quality test of golf for players of every skill level.
Owned and operated by:
Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania
May 1 - October 15
March ? - April 30
October 16 - November 19
Course Landscape: Cranberry Highlands, the region's premier public golf course, celebrates the area's natural challenges with a stunning 186-acre course created to provide a quality test of golf for players of every skill level. Built on a landscape surrounded by wooded hills and punctuated with steep ravines, Cranberry Highlands is a generously proportioned, par-70 course following the contours of woodlands and fields.
Featuring 90 deeply sculpted sand bunkers and water hazards with more than 70 separate tee areas, Cranberry Highlands offers a demanding course with fairways and roughs outlined in 14 varieties of grass. From its front tees at 4,769 yards, to its championship back tees at 6,590 yards, players will find a walkable course, discretely linked by cart paths and surrounded by timber-stock that defines the region.
Cranberry Highlands features a well-balanced natural environment in which golfers and wildlife live in harmony. In January of 2009, Cranberry Highlands became a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. That certification continues and recognizes an extensive program of environmentally sensitive property management methods.