Course Information

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.

Green Fees:

In-Season Rates

Off-Season Rates

Owned and operated by: Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania

Amenities: Full service pro shop, grill room, banquet and meeting facility, featuring indoor seating for150 and outdoor pavilion which seats 100, golf instruction (private lessons & clinics) with our golf staff of PGA Professionals, practice range with grass and mat tee areas, as well as practice sand bunker and two practice putting greens.

Awards and Reviews

We're fortunate to be recognized by local and regional publications; plus, the Audubon Trail is recognized as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.

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.