The Bob O’Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park – located in the rolling hills of Schenley Park between Oakland and Squirrel Hill – is the only golf course located within the City of Pittsburgh.
The 18-hole course, which opened in 1902, is currently operated by The First Tee of Pittsburgh. It features 4,620 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 67. The course rating is 63.3 and the slope rating is 104.
In 2007 the course was renamed in memory of Mayor Bob O’Connor, a Squirrel Hill resident who often played the course.
The course is open throughout the year, weather permitting. Three full-sized indoor simulators are available when the golf course is open and after dark by reservation. Individual and group lessons, equipment, pull-cart rentals and a fully stocked pro shop are available – as well as facilities for parties and meetings.