Early Bird Registration for Pitt-Greensburg Golf Outing now open

Golfers on the green at Totteridge Golf Course


Golfers from throughout the region are invited to play in the annual Pitt-Greensburg Golf Outing, presented by Ebara Elliott Energy, and are encouraged to take advantage of early bird pricing ($175 per golfer; $700 per foursome) by registering no later than Sept. 4. After that date, registration will increase to $200 per individual and $800 per foursome. Details and registration may be found at https://bit.ly/P-G-GOLF-OUTING.

The outing will be held Friday, September 20, at the Rees Jones-designed Totteridge Golf Course (2029 Totteridge Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601). The day begins at 8 a.m. with registration and a 9 a.m. shotgun start (four-player scramble).

As part of their registration, golfers receive:

  • 18 holes of golf with cart;
  • Pre-golf driving range (typically a separate charge) and practice facility;
  • At the turn: hot dog, chips, beverage;
  • Foursome photo;
  • Giveaways and team prizes;
  • Bag drop and parking lot attendant;
  • Live scoring through the Totteridge Golf Course app;
  • Complimentary refreshments and beverages throughout play;
  • Skills contest on the course;
  • Awards banquet catered by Rizzo’s Malabar Inn, featuring a steak/chicken meal, including cavatelli pasta in Rizzo’s spaghetti sauce, roasted red potatoes, and salad.

Each golfer will also receive a “player appreciation voucher” for a $30 replay with cart on another day at Totteridge Golf Course.

Pitt-Greensburg alumni will have fun competing for both bragging rights and to have their names engraved on the perpetual Alumni Foursome Challenge Trophy. This honor is given to the outing’s highest placing foursome that includes a Pitt-Greensburg alumnus or alumna.

Proceeds from the golf outing benefit Pitt-Greensburg Athletics, the Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association (PGAA), and the Investment in the Future Student Scholarship fund.

“We look forward to welcoming alumni, family, and friends to our return to Totteridge for Pitt-Greensburg’s annual outing,” said Sheila Kudrick, golf outing coordinator. “Join us for a challenging and fair golfing experience for every level of player, plus a day filled with fun and good food while raising support for the students and campus programs.”


About Rees Jones and the golf courses he designs:

From https://www.top100golfcourses.com/architect/rees-jones

Totteridge Golf Course is one of 200 golf courses designed by the Rees Jones design team. Most of those courses are located in the Mid-Atlantic states of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania (49 total) and the South Atlantic region, including Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia (72 total).

A Rees Jones-designed course typically presents a fun and fair opportunity to golfers. In particular, many of the greens Rees builds sweep up in the front like those at St. Andrews, and his greens are marked by more gentle transitions as opposed to abrupt terraces. The player will have a new experience at every hole, a nod to the designer’s constant search for variety.

Often called “The Open Doctor,” Jones is recognized for his work in renovating and restoring courses including nine PGA Championship courses, five Ryder Cup, and two Walker Cup sites, as well as three President Cup Venues. (https://asgca.org/architect/rjones/)