Formerly a private facility called Duqeusne Country Club, Westwood Golf Club is now a terrific semi-private club that offers country club conditions, great views, and challenging holes with a lot of variety. Designed by Ferdinand Garbin and opened in 1985, the course is routed through rolling topography with strategic bunkering both in the fairways and around the greens and mature hardwoods lining many of the holes. The course plays just 6,243 from the back tees, and there are three sets in all, making it playable by all levels. The no. 1 handicap hole is the 506-yard par-5 fifth. It's actually the first of two consecutive par 5s with the sixth being 66 yards longer, but what makes the fifth so difficult is that it's a fairly sharp dogleg left with imposing trees protecting the corner. The tee shot also plays out of a chute of trees. In addition to the golf course, Westwood Golf Club also has a driving range and practice putting green. Lessons are also available from the professional staff. The course is also considered one of the better values in the Pittsburgh area with very reasonable green fees and vibrant league play. Inside the clubhouse is a well-stocked golf shop as well as the Westwood Bar and Grill, which caters to golfers and non golfers. The menu includes a variety of appetizers, sandwiches, pizza, wraps, tacos, and beverages. Westwood Golf Club also has outstanding banquet facilities, perfect for private events, meetings, or weddings.