Oglebay Golf ~
36 Holes of Championship Golf
When you step onto the championship golf courses at Oglebay, you can feel the greatness. Nestled in the rolling hills of Wheeling, West Virginia, just 60 miles from Pittsburgh, Oglebay is home to the illustrious Arnold Palmer designed Klieves Course and the ever-popular Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed Speidel Course. Book a golf package today and experience the greatness for yourself. Don’t miss the 18-hole regulation Crispin Course and the 9-hole Par 3 Course with driving range.
About Speidel Golf Club
The Speidel Golf Club pays homage to two golf legends- Palmer and Jones.
Arnold Palmer Designed Course
The newest course at Oglebay is a par 71 championship layout with six par-three holes, seven par-four holes and five par-five holes. It ranges in distance from 6,800 yards from the championship tees up to 4,200 yards from the forward tees and is designed to accommodate golfers on all skill levels. This new layout takes advantage of the existing terrain and with the addition of strategically placed bunkers, attractive mounding and generous greens, the course’s unique character was completed.
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Designed Course
Challenge your game on this spectacular course designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The multiple tee placements allow the course to play from 7,000 yards (championship tees) to 5,515 yards (forward tees). Home to the West Virginia LPGA Classic for 11 years, this course is sure to provoke conversation as well as settle some bets!