To experience Oak Hill Country Club is to experience excellence. Grounded in a rich history of championship golf, Oak Hill’s East Course has been the gracious yet grueling host to what, in May 2023, will be four PGA Championships, the Ryder Cup, three U.S. Opens, two U.S. Amateurs, the U.S. Senior Open, and two Senior PGA Championships.
The Oak Hill experience, however, extends well beyond its fabled fairways. From the moment you enter the Clubhouse, enjoy an event, or visit any of the sports and recreation amenities across the majestic 355-acre campus, you are greeted and treated with the highest level of service and sophistication that has helped Oak Hill earn a reputation for world-class excellence.
2023 PGA Championship Returns to Oak Hill EastOak Hill Country Club is excited to be on the world’s stage as our East Course hosts the PGA Championship – May 15-21, 2023. For the latest news, information, ticket information and more, click on link below.
From Little Acorns
From a farmhouse-converted clubhouse and nine holes along the Genesee River, to 355 acres of farmland in a suburb of Rochester with room for two championship-caliber golf courses lined with Oak trees planted by local physician John R. Williams, Oak Hill’s rich history is a story to be told.
Restored to Greatness
In 2019, Oak Hill’s famed East Course was restored to the roots of its creator, Donald Ross. See how the restoration took shape and how Oak Hill East will, in the words of its world-renowned designer, “bring out of the player the best golf that is in him.”
Whether you’re enjoying a meal or event in one of our dining rooms, on the covered patio or terrace, in a private room, or in our elegant ballroom, our members and their guests experience the highest level of culinary excellence.
Beyond the golf experience, Oak Hill members enjoy a diversity of sports and recreation activities including an aquatics center, racquets facility, and fitness center, not to mention an eight-lane bowling alley.
A Proud Heritage
Oak Hill Country Club is the only course in America that has hosted all six rotating men’s major golf championships, including the 1995 Ryder Cup and 1998 United States Amateur.