The Golf program at Philadelphia Country Club is dedicated to the highest standard of customer service to the membership. PCC offers one of the best Golf instruction programs in the area and is available to players of all abilities in the form of individual lessons, clinics, group lessons, and a comprehensive Junior Golf program. The Golf Shop offers custom fitting of all Golf equipment that is sold and is stocked with the finest merchandise for all your Golfing needs.
Philadelphia Country Club offers 27 holes of Championship Golf. The original course was located in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, and moved to its present location in 1924. The Spring Mill course was designed by William S. Flynn, and opened for play in 1927.
The Spring Mill course hosted the 1939 U.S. Open. Byron Nelson claimed the Championship after two additional playoff rounds to beat Denny Shute and Craig Wood. The group came from behind during what was supposed to be the final round of the tournament, after Sam Snead made an eight on the seventy-second hole losing a lead that he held most of the tournament. A bogey six would have given Snead the U.S. Open victory, a title that he never won in his illustrious career. The Club has also hosted the 1899 U.S. Women's Championship, the 2003 USGA Women’s Amateur and the 2005 USGA Amateur Championships.
In celebration of the Club's 100 years of existence, Tom Fazio was brought in to design the Centennial Nine. It opened in 1991 to great fanfare during the Club's Centennial Celebration.