• Olde Stonewall GC

  • Avalon Lakes

  • Mystic Rock

  • Pete Dye GC

  • Latrobe CC

  • Totteridge

  • Lindenwood

  • Links Spring Church

  • Madison Club

  • Toms Run

  • Squaw Creek

  • Williams CC

  • Birdsfoot

  • Chartiers CC

  • Montour Heights CC

  • Pittsburgh National

  • Quicksilver GC

  • New Castle CC

  • Lodestone GC

  • Oak Tree CC

Welcome to the Pittsburgh Golfers Tour

Some of the courses we play

Competitive Golf Tournaments
for Players of ALL Skill Levels

The Only Pro and Amateur NET Tour in the area that pays! 

  • Compete against other players of similar skill level
  • Open to all men and women from scratch to 30 handicap
  • Professionally run events under USGA guidelines
  • Average of 60 players per event with separate handicap flights
  • No more 5 and 6 hour rounds of golf with our strict pace of play
  • Over 67,000 rounds completed, now in our 25th season
  • Payouts of over $180,000 in cash and prizes again this year
  • 30+ weekend events and added travel events to choose from
  • No minimum number required and you make your own schedule
  • Save $1000’s because of our variety of discounts and benefits
  • Save even more through our Partnerships and Sponsorships
  • We play the best public, private, and resort courses around
  • Our schedule speaks for itself! Improve your game, have fun, and win
  • There's always a game waiting for you

Join the Pittsburgh Golfers Tour, click here

Upcoming Events and News

Check out the final 2017 schedule 

The venues are set but there are always some things added and some details may change throughout the season so keep an eye on it and for frequent email blasts.  The 2017 NTC is open for online registration.  This is our end of season individual and team final competition in Orlando Fl.

News & Updates

Congratulations to Brian Proch, the 2017 Year Long Match Play Tournament Champion.  Check the Leader Board page and the Other Events tab at the top for all details.  Congratulations to Jim Fenney who won the 3 day WAC qualifier to take the grand prize for the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Championship in late August.

PGT did not have enough at the 16th annual Ryder Cup against the Tour of Boston.  This year was a memorial tournament in honor of Jim Currier, a long time Boston player and true competitor.  Boston retained the cup again this year and the overal record now stands at 7-7-2  between our two teams.
There is about $3000 extra in the prize purse for the 36 hole Tour Championship to be spread out among the 3 Flights.  Check the Leader Board page for qualifications.

PGT Sponsors and Partnerships

  • New World Am Logo

    Myrtle Beach, SC
    Aug 28 – Sept 1, 2017