Lewistown Country Club
Nestled away in the rural outskirts of Lewistown, located along Route 22/522 in Mifflin County, Lewistown Country Club is 30 miles from State College, home of Penn State, and 60 miles from Harrisburg.
Lewistown Country Club golf course is open to the public all year long. The course at it's current location began as a nine hole facility designed by world renowned architect Donald Ross and opened in 1947. An additional nine holes were completed in 1974 making the course both scenic and challenging. Measuring 6519 yards from the men's tees and with a slope of 126 from these tees, the LCC mirrors the Ross tradition of long par fours and tough par threes.
Renovated in 1990, Lewistown Country Club features a two story club house with floor one housing locker rooms, offices, pro shop, and grill room. Outside the grill room a covered patio provides a panoramic view of the 18th green and Juniata River
Proper dress is required while playing at the Lewistown County Club. This includes collared shirts and no jeans or cut-offs.
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|Rates include cart|
Book your tee time now using the Lewistown Country Club's online scheduling system.
View the scorecard and pictures of the Lewistown Country Club.