Below is a list of the top and leading Golf Courses in Philadelphia. To help you find the best golf course located near you in Philadelphia, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
The top rated Golf Courses in Philadelphia are:
Bala Golf Club
Walnut Lane Golf Course
The Union League Golf Club at Torresdale
Juniata Golf Club
Open 7 days a week, Bala is the closest private golf club to Center City Philadelphia, with a challenging course spread over a secluded rolling countryside accentuated by towering pines, meandering creeks and stunning wildlife.
Offering easy access and the area’s best pace of play, Bala allows you to fit golf into your busy lifestyle in an idyllic setting just minutes from the bustling city life that sits outside our gates. With easy access to Bala Cynwyd, Philadelphia and the Main Line, Bala Golf Club offers the area’s most convenient private golf experience.
Bala offers a wide range of membership opportunities to meet today’s challenging lifestyle. Their diverse and welcoming membership invites you to visit Bala Golf Club to experience their exciting social calendar, exquisite dining options and classic William S. Flynn designed golf course, the home of the University of Pennsylvania Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams and host of the 1952 U.S. Women’s Open.
Offering a majestic setting, outstanding cuisine, and unmatched service, Bala Golf Club is also proud to be Philadelphia’s premier event venue. Whether you are hosting an intimate affair for 30 or an elegant event for 200, Bala Golf Club will provide you with the ultimate experience that will exceed every expectation. Their spacious and just renovated event facility is ideal for corporate meetings, galas, mitzvah celebrations, weddings, anniversaries, and other social events.
Membership, Dining & Social, Golf, Wedding & Events
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.