Wildwood Golf Club Tournaments - Allison Park Golf

Allison Park Golf - Wildwood Golf Club Tournaments

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Choose Wildwood Golf Club as the location of your next Allison Park golf event. From the moment you begin coordination until the final award is handed out, we are here to serve you. Whether you plan to hold a large corporate or charity event, or just a group of 12 on a golf getaway, we desire to ensure your complete satisfaction.

Experience Pittsburgh Golf

Wildwood Golf Club combines a great golf experience with the unmatched beauty of the north Pittsburgh scenery. Our seamless integration of friendly service and gorgeous natural surroundings is what will bring your group back year after year. Your guests are sure to enjoy the hospitality of our staff along with the graceful beauty of our facility.

The Tradition Lives On

Each year Wildwood Golf Club entertains numerous private groups and organizations. Regardless of the size of the group or the reason for their golf event, our staff works diligently to make their golf outing a success. Explore your options with Wildwood Golf Club and experience what has made our golf course one of Pittsburgh's best.

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Golf Course News

Course Update

Despite some timely rain showers, this spring has provided great weather for our members and guests to enjoy all the Club has to offer.  Early season daffodil and pear tree blooms along the driveway signaled the end true end of winter.  Eventually, the fading daffodils were crowded out by several species of bearded iris, towering above the landscape with their intricate purple, white, and maroon flowers.  In the coming days, plantings of annuals such as zinnia, salvia, and alyssum will fill the pockets of these sunny and dry landscape beds.  At the Clubhouse main entrance, installations of coral bells, Anthony Waterer Spirea, phlox, and Pieris japonica flank either side of the stairway providing colorful foliage beneath the shade of our stately elm trees.  The potted plants throughout the club are off to a great start this year as well!  Pots brimming with frost tolerant pansies have been thriving since early spring in both full sun and shade locations.  As the temperature climbs, the pansies will fade making way for more heat tolerant annuals such as wave petunias with sweet potato vine in full sun and non-stop begonias in shady locations.  Several of our beds will be punctuated by the addition of Canna Lillies generously donated by our own Mrs. Nancy Hudac.  The dark red foliage of the Canna will give way to vivid red blooms, providing season long appeal from the first frost to the last frost.  Thank you to Mrs. Hudac for this great addition to our gardens!
While considered penal in some circumstances, the course conditions have provided for some memorable rounds this spring.  Recently completed bunker renovations and drainage projects have made it easier to spend time on more value added tasks in our daily maintenance schedule.  As is the case every spring, management of the rough is a top priority with over 90 man hours per week dedicated to this task.  The 2 ½” height of cut is deemed optimal as it provides the best conditions for the turf to thrive into the hot summer months ahead.   The rough can seem so thick and unruly this time of year because the plants are drawing easily available water from the soil, inflating the plant cells and making the turf more physically resilient.  As the season progresses, drier summer conditions will tame the rough making it easier to find (and advance) your ball!
Thank you to the membership for your eager usage of the divot mix containers provided on the carts.  This small task taken on by golfers saves our department approximately 20 man hours per week, not to mention fairways free of excessive divots!  The divot mix is meant to be used on tees and fairways only; Divots in the rough will regenerate on their own and do not require the mix. 
Wet spring weather will undoubtedly lead to varying cart policy changes.  Please see the policy distinctions below for a brief reminder of each policy distinctions.
No Carts:This policy typically takes place in the off season when frozen or waterlogged soil conditions cannot sustain even incidental vehicle traffic.  This policy is also sometimes utilized in the shoulder season through the back nine which lacks continuous cart path. 
90 Degree Rule:Considered a step up from “No Carts”, this policy is meant to encourage golfers to utilize cart paths where they exist, and to keep off-path traffic to a minimum.   Plainly stated, exiting the path at 90 degrees, driving directly to your ball, and then returning to the cart path via the shortest route will disperse cart traffic patterns. 
Paths and Fairways:The most commonly utilized policy here at Wildwood during wet conditions; this encourages golfers to use paths where they exist, but permits players to drive the fairways to gain access to their ball.  Sudden starts, stops, and turns can cause torsional stress on the turf and are discouraged.  Golfers are encouraged to keep the wheels pointed between 10 and 2 to minimize the potential for turf damage.
No Restrictions:This policy is utilized during optimal conditions.  Please observe posted signage and rope stake throughout the course.   Maintain a 50 yard radius around Greens and utilize paths for Tee access.  
Signage will be posted at the first tee informing players of any applicable restrictions for the day.  These policies are meant to facilitate play as conveniently as possible while protecting the turf from damage.  Adhering to these guidelines will help to ensure enjoyable conditions throughout the entire season. 
As always, feel free to contact me via email, tfisher@wildwoodgolfclub.org, or on our office line 412-487-1234 to discuss these or any other topics.  Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, @wgc_greens.  Here you’ll find frequent updates of what’s happening on the course and grounds!  Thanks and see you on the course!