(WHEELING, W.Va.) – Oglebay – West Virginia’s most popular golf destination set in Oglebay Park amid the scenic Appalachian foothills – invites the public to celebrate the resort’s momentous 90th birthday this weekend (July 27 – 29).
Today, Oglebay’s property, under the governance of the Wheeling Park Commission, has expanded to 1,750 bucolic acres including dramatic elevation changes, streams and rolling hills. The family-friendly resort is an attractive year-round destination with myriad recreational activities and overnight accommodations.
Oglebay’s golf courses cater to all abilities, including two exceptional 18-hole championship layouts at The Speidel Golf Club designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Arnold Palmer. The Crispin – the resort’s 5,600-yard original course – is perfect for warm-up rounds, seniors and beginners. Oglebay also offers two driving ranges and a family-friendly par-3 course.
“This weekend celebrates our incredible history and we cordially invite the public to join us to mark this significant milestone,” says David Lindelow, President & CEO, Wheeling Park Commission. “We look forward to honoring Earl Oglebay’s legacy with three days of family-friendly events and ‘fun for all’ activities.”
To view the full schedule of events visit www.oglebay.com/90th-birthday-celebration.