Please never have an event at this facility! Owner Meghan takes no accountability for the plethora of ants in the entryway, water leaking from the ceiling onto your guests, or incorrect menu items served. She attempts to fault everyone including the paid client. Please avoid 3 Lakes Golf Course. Sue is Great Event Manager that tries her best in a dysfunctional facility!
about 1 year ago
Very good experience and really good greens, particularly for a public course. Also, fairways are very well groomed. I've played at most every country club in greater Pgh area and while 3 Lakes isn't up there with the big four or five, it's the most challenging public course I've played-challenging because of relatively fast greens(not as fast as they used to be but lightning compared to other public courses) and hills.
I had my son out who has just started to learn the game and we had a great time. The people there were professional, helpful and friendly, from the pro-shop to the restaurant they have on site. Getting a tee time online was also really convenient. They make it easy just going to their website. I selected "special" and we got a discounted rate. The person in the pro-shop pointed out that my son was a Jr and we paid even less-he didn't have to do that.
It was $30 for me and $22 for my son. While that's not the cheapest, considering the quality and challenge of the course, how close it is to Pittsburgh, it is a very good value.
about 1 year ago
We got a deal for $20. Greens are nice, fairways are ok, rough is ok, but some holes are weird, especially #5. Keep the ball in the fairway on the front side and most holes on the back or you'll shoot some high numbers. For $20-$25 it's a nice course to ride 18 holes, but $40 is way too much for an average public course.