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Fowler's Mill (Lake & River)

Chesterland, Ohio
ArchitectsBadgePete Dye
Chesterland, Ohio
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  • Address13095 Rockhaven Rd, Chesterland, OH 44026, USA

The TRW Automotive company decided to match other corporate facilities like NCR and Firestone by building a first rate golf facility in the late 1960s. Around fifteen hundred acres were acquired and plans drawn up to construct three 18-hole courses but this was eventually scaled down to a 27-hole complex.

Designed by Pete Dye and his brother Roy, The TWR Course, as it was originally named, opened for business in 1972. After the property was sold to the American Golf Corporation in 1986, the name was changed to honour Milo Fowler, one of the original settlers on the land, and so Fowler’s Mill Golf Course came into being.

The facility extends to three 9-hole circuits, called Lake, River and Maple, with the former two comprising the 7025-yard premier 18-hole layout. Located less than a 45-minute drive from downtown Cleveland, it offers one of the best public golf experiences in the entire state of Ohio.

The TRW Automotive company decided to match other corporate facilities like NCR and Firestone by building a first rate golf facility in the late 1960s. Around fifteen hundred acres were acquired and plans drawn up to construct three 18-hole courses but this was eventually scaled down to a 27-hole complex.

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Pete Dye

Pete Dye captained the college team in his youth before going on to qualify for the US Open in 1957. He won the Indiana State Amateur, took part in The Amateur in 1963 and played in five US Amateurs.

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