Kittanning Country Club is a private facility with a long and proud history. The well maintained golf course is a 9-hole basic design with some alternate tees and greens included. Although not particularly long (6,000 yards) the course offers some very challenging green complexes. There are three sets of tees to accommodate players of all skill levels each with corresponding USGA slope ratings. The golf course opened for play in 1922 and was designed by Emil Loeffler, a longtime employee of Oakmont Country Club as both a club professional and superintendent. Loeffler designed several quality course in Pennsylvania that include Hannastown Golf Club (original 9 holes), Latrobe Country Club, Nemacolin Country Club, Bucknell University course (original 9 holes) and Williams Country Club, in Weirton, West Virginia.