1801 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
Price to Play
$51 - $75

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Oglebay Resort

Oglebay is a resort just outside Wheeling about 1.5 hours west of Pittsburgh located within a park which was originally the estate of Earl W. Oglebay who founded Oglebay Norton Co. in 1854. His yellow mansion is all that remains of Mr. Oglebay, but enough land was left for two 18 hole, championship golf courses, a resort hotel with 279 rooms, and 59 guest cottages.

The Palmer golf course is, an open, links-like design with scattered trees lining the fairways, three water hazards, and massive sand bunkers along the fairways and greens. The course measures 6,725 from the back tees, 71.9/135, course/slope ratings with four shorter tees, designed by Arnold Palmer.

The Jones Golf Course is the original layout here and has been home to the West Virginia LPGA Classic. The design takes advantage of the natural rolling hills and trees to shape the fairways' corridors leading to small, raised greens well defended by sand traps. It's short at 5,627 yards from the tips, 68.0/121, course/slope ratings with three shorter tees, a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design.