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Clovernook

Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Address2035 Galbraith Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45239, USA

Clovernook Country Club was founded by the Crosley family — the same group whose name once appeared on the Cincinnati Reds’ ballpark — so the local history runs deep at this club.

Designed by the duo of Langford and Moreau, players can expect to find the pair’s trademark features, such as steep-sided greens. The club last played host to the LPGA Buckeye Savings Invitational during the ‘60s, and the course has remained largely unchanged since.

Many matches, both then and now, probably came down to the final two holes, where a natural pond on the property comes into play. On the former, a par five, players must debate — based largely on the merits of their tee shot — whether to cross the pond on their second, or lay up. On the latter, the lake is an easy carry off of the tee, but the bunkers around this drivable par four make one wonder just how much carry should be taken.

Playing at just under 6,600 yards from its back tees Clovernook has undergone touch-ups from William Diddel and Arthur Hills, and David Savic of Old Course Design over the years.

Clovernook Country Club was founded by the Crosley family — the same group whose name once appeared on the Cincinnati Reds’ ballpark — so the local history runs deep at this club.

Designed by the duo of Langford and Moreau, players can expect to find the pair’s trademark features, such as steep-sided greens. The club last played host to the LPGA Buckeye Savings Invitational during the ‘60s, and the course has remained largely unchanged since.

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Arthur Hills

Arthur Hills started playing golf when he was seven. He lived just across the railroad tracks from Ottawa Park municipal course in Toledo, Ohio, where he could play golf for 26 cents before noon.

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