A challenging parkland layout, the Pete Dye-designed Avalon Lakes course debuted in 1967 and it's one of three 18-hole championship standard courses available to golfers at the Avalon Golf and Country Club.
Featuring elevated tee positions on many of the holes, the 18-hole layout at EagleSticks Golf Club is routed across an undulating landscape where elevation changes occur with great regularity.
Wedgewood Golf & Country Club was founded in 1988 and within three years of its formation, members were playing on a testing course that had been set out by Robert Trent Jones Jnr.
Laid out on a gently rolling, wooded landscape, the fairways of the Jack Nicklaus-designed layout at Barrington Golf Club have been artistically routed around a number of lakes and ponds.
Designed by Lanny Wadkins and opened for play in 2006, Pinnacle Golf Club is one of Ohio’s unsung courses that is thoughtfully routed across a tract of undulating and wooded former farmland. With natural elevation changes and healthy yardage, Pinnacle is an absorbing test.
The North course at NCR Country Club is totally overshadowed by the South course, which has hosted several prestigious championships. Still, it’s a great complementary layout, offering a welcome change of pace to its more illustrious sibling.
Opened for play in the early 1990s, New Albany Country Club is a Jack Nicklaus-designed 27-hole golf facility located within a large suburb of Columbus, less than two miles from Pete Dye’s celebrated layout at The Golf Club.
Flanked by Little Walnut Creek and the Scioto River, Cooks Creek Golf Club (formerly Raintree South) is the result of architectural cooperation between Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry with John Cook.
Located between Beavercreek and Xenia, the 18-hole layout at Country Club of the North is a Jack Nicklaus design dating to the early 1990s, when the fairways were routed around a residential development next to the Little Miami River.
Lakewood Country Club is the only golf course in the state of Ohio that was designed by A.W. Tillinghast, one of a number of Golden Age routings in the Cleveland area. The club twice played host to The Cleveland Open (1966, 1968), hosting the PGA’s best.