Bordered by the Black River, the old course at Elyria Country Club is a 1920s William Flynn layout that has handled the golfing tests of time rather well.
A typical Dick Wilson track from the late 1950s, the 18-hole layout at Coldstream Country Club ends with three long, demanding, heavily bunkered par fours.
One of two courses owned by the Mayfield Sand Ridge Club, Sand Ridge is an elegant course located in the western foothills of the Appalachian Mountains around 30 miles from Cleveland.
The Virtues Golf Club (formerly Longaberger) is a dramatic Arthur Hills design from 1999 and the challenge here is epitomised by the long par five 4th hole, where the fairway drops 150 feet between tee and green.
A former PGA Champions Tour venue, the TPC River’s Bend course is routed around housing units within a residential development to the northeast of Cincinnati.
The tree-lined layout at Manakiki Golf Course has been in operation as a public golf facility since 1961. Originally set out by Donald Ross, the course was extensively upgraded during the early 1990s, restoring much of its design intent.
Occupying a property around a mile from the southern shores of Lake Erie, the course at Westwood Country Club is a C.H. Alison design, one of only two Ohio courses to bear the architectural stamp of Harry Colt’s associate.
Kenwood Country Club was founded in 1930 by members of Cincinnati Country Club. Donald Ross was called in to help choose an appropriate property on the city outskirts, but Bill Diddel was selected to fashion two courses...
Designed by Canadian architect Stanley Thompson in the 1920s, the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course opened as a private country club on property rented from the local authority before it became public in 1963.
The Donald Ross-designed course at Westbrook Country Club dates back to 1922 and it’s hosted many regional and national events down the years, including the Ohio Seniors Golf Association Championship and the PGA Junior Series Championship.