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 Conewango Valley Country Club
4961 Market Street
Warren, PA  16365                    Printable Version

Architect:  Donald Ross

 Club Contacts 
 Golf Professional J. Patrick Damore (814) 723-3421 
 Superintendent Jerry Martin (814) 723-6480 

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 Club History 

Conewango Valley Country Club, with its undulating fairways, rolling hills and well trapped greens has a history which began prior to 1916 in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Several members of the old Warren Golf Club went to Southern Pines for their annual quail hunting expedition. While there, three of the participants in the quail hunt, Marshall Parshall, Horace Crary and C. T. Conarro were introduced to the architect of The No. 2 Pinehurst Course, Donald Ross, who had come from his native Scotland to design several prestigious courses in the United States

Over The many years of the existence of the course at Conewango Valley, many fine players have accepted its challenges, not the least of whom was the course record holder in 1927, Walter Hagen. While the course has experienced many beneficial changes over the years through the stewardship of its mem­bers and many outstanding golf professionals and greenskeepers, it has maintained its high standard of excellence and challenge to all those who play the game of golf.

After playing that beautiful and challenging course at Pinehurst the three charter members of the Conewango Valley Country Club asked Donald Ross to come to Warren and design a golf course in the Conewango Valley of Warren County. The nine hole course he designed was first opened for play during World War I and those holes constituted the entire course until 1971, when nine additional holes were constructed. The original holes today (1999) comprise holes number 1, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18.

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