Pittsburgh National Golf Club at Deer Run is located in Gibsonia, PA on 189 acres of rolling and wooded terrain. It is a semi-private golf, banquet and dining facility. It features a Ron Forse designed championship golf course with bent/poa greens, bent grass tees and fairways. Opened in 1994 the course is regarded as one of the best layouts in Western Pennsylvania. In addition the club has a newly renovated practice facility including grass driving range tee which opened in 2014. Other amenities include banquet facilities to host weddings, class reunions, corporate meetings, etc., Harry’s Bar & Grill which boast a large solid mahogany bar. Harry’s serves a wide selection of wine, spirits and beer. The menu is seasonal and includes daily specials.
Pittsburgh National Golf Club is open to the public seven days a week. The facility is closed from December 15th until March 1st (weather dependent) Pittsburgh National has a slope rating of 138 and a course rating of 74.4 from the back tees.
Course Architect: Ron Forse
The Pittsburgh ASHE Golf Outing is rich with tradition as we keep records of individual scores each year and use a traditional handicap “DOT” system format. Your handicap is based on the most recent three scores from this Outing or as provided during registration. The scorecards provided will use your handicap to apply the appropriate amount of DOTS (strokes) to the specific course holes based on their level of difficulty. You simply record your NET score after subtracting the amount of DOTS from your gross score. Your team score is the lowest NET score from your foursome. A sample scorecard is provided for your reference below. Please review prior to the event to avoid submitting an incorrect scorecard.
This year’s outing took place on May 25th, 2018 and boasted ideal weather conditions as we tackled Pittsburgh National for the second year. Congratulations to the foursome of Chuck Nash, Mike Dillon, Mike Porter, and Bob Bressler who were the 2018 Champions with a TEAM NET score of 45. This was definitely the “Year of Dillon” as he also took home Flight B honors and one of the golf club raffles – now that’s a banner golf day!
To help celebrate their accomplishments, Pittsburgh ASHE is proud to recognize our past team and individual champions which are shown below – Congratulations to All!