The Montrose Club is one of the oldest and one of the only 9-hole private golf courses in the nation. Located in Montrose, Pennsylvania - deep in the heart of the Endless Mountains. The Montrose Club offers a challenging golf course, two clay tennis courts, full dining facilities, and a charming bar.
The United States Golf Association lists the Montrose Country Club as founded in 1898, making the club the fifth oldest in Pennsylvania. Nationally, the Montrose Country Club ranks about 76th in establishment as a 9-hole course.
An early advertising postcard proclaimed:
"2000 feet above sea level. No humidity; no insects. Bonniest golf links outside of Scotland."
When the club first began it was primarily a getaway for families from New York City, Philadelphia, and New Jersey. Today we have leagues Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, with a junior golf and tennis program on Monday and Tuesday mornings. The course offers beautiful views of Lake Montrose, the back woods of the town, and the Endless Mountains that our area is known for. Spring, Summer, or Fall... you'll never complain about the view on the course.