Crestwood Country Club

304 W Crestview Ave
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-6530

Crestwood Country Club features 3,500 square feet of meeting space over four meeting rooms with the capability to host events from 4 to 300 people. Crestwood offers tables, chairs, kitchenware, limited audio-visual equipment and high-speed wireless internet. Crestwood is ADA accessible. Ideal for weddings, reunions, banquets and other special occasions.

Crestwood Country Club originally debuted in 1960 as a 9 hole course. The course of today was re-designed and expanded to 18 holes in 1978 by Kansas Golf Hall Of Fame architect, Floyd Farley. The layout features four sets of tees for men and two for ladies or juniors, to meet every golfers skill level. The par 72, 6700 yard course features large bent grass greens and lush zoysia fairways.

The tee is always open and our expected pace of play is under four hours. Tee times are suggested on weekends, although not always required.

The golf course is a wonderful test of golf with large undulating greens. Water comes into play on 11 holes. There are 37 sand traps strategically placed along fairways and beside greens. Native grass impacts play on 10 holes. All these add to golf at its finest in our area.

Improve your game at the complete practice facility featuring large grass tee, artificial tees, realistic targets, short game area, pitching green, sand trap and putting green. Each area is always stocked with an unlimited supply of range balls. Unlimited practice is included with all golf memberships.

Brick + Mortar Social House

401 N Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(417) 793-5027

Incorporates the elements of a classic neighborhood bar in a chic, luxurious way, while serving up a mouth-watering menu of Modern American fare. One of Pittsburg’s newest restaurants, Brick + Mortar is a featured restaurant in Block 22. The name “Block 22” ties to the city’s rich heritage of entrepreneurs and business pioneers, with four historic properties having been renovated to feature residential, commercial, dining, and entertainment spaces. 51 blocks were originally platted by the city’s forefathers, and Block 22 of the original map included the Opera House Hotel at the centrally located intersection of 4th and Broadway.