Situated half way between Columbus and Cleveland, Black Diamond Golf Course is a daily fee facility that Barry Serafin laid out within a rather hilly property in 1999. There’s also on site lodging for golfers who want to stay and play.
Situated half an hour’s drive south of Toledo, the course at Stone Ridge Golf Club is an Arthur Hills design that’s set out on 150 acres of rolling terrain, with fairways routed around a residential complex.
The Gray course at Ohio State University is all too often overlooked in favour of the Scarlet course as the latter has hosted many top collegiate events – that’s a mistake as both layouts enjoy the same unique MacKenzie/Maxwell pedigree.
Finishing in rather unusual style with a par three hole, the course at Zanesville Country Club is a rare Donald Ross co-design, laid out in collaboration with top Chicago amateur Chick Evans in the early 1930s.
William J. Rockefeller laid out the first golf course on Catawba Island in 1928, but the course in play today at the Catawba Island Club in Port Clinton is a 2008 Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest creation, which skirts around a residential development near the shores of Lake Erie.