Orchard Ridge Country Club, rich in history and tradition was founded in 1924. The 18-hole course was designed by Frank MacDonald and redesigned in 1990 by Arthur Hills. The first LPGA Championship was held at Orchard Ridge Country Club in 1955.
The par-71, 6,500-yard course, which sits on 125 acres, looks and plays like a true parkland course. It’s good and consistent and filled with bunkers, to be precise, 58 sand traps. The course is peaceful with many trees and lush greens without real estate to block views and nothing to distract you. We take great pride in offering respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
At Orchard Ridge we value our members so much that we have arranged for them to be able to take their benefits with them. As a member of Orchard Ridge, you can golf at guest rates and or cart fee only rates at over 255 clubs across the United States.
Friendship, community, and peace of mind are pillars of Orchard Ridge. There are many opportunities for members to connect, play, work, host and celebrate. Orchard Ridge provides a variety of kid’s activities and programs where they too can build lifetime friendships and childhood memories to be cherished. When you find yourself at Orchard Ridge you will feel like it’s right where you belong.