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It's a good course for every kind of golfer. Greens are consistently fast, and the course is well maintained.

It's a fun and inexpensive golf course that gets a lot of play.

It's home to many of the professional events in the Greater Cleveland area. It's perhaps the most challenging course in the area.

The club provides more than 100,000 square feet of indoor facilities on its 30-acre site. These include a state-of-the-art fitness center with banked track, an aerobics studio, newly renovated 25-meter pool, and nine tennis courts. Supervised child care offers a safe, welcoming place for little ones. Elegant dining facilities, banquet rooms, casual members' grill, tennis lounge, and fireplaces complement the gracious atmosphere. Outdoors you will find 10 tennis courts, with picturesque cabanas, sand-volleyball courts, a 2.5-acre beach-lined lake, charming verandas, gazebo, and landscaped gardens.
It's a challenging golf course, with fast greens, a lot of water, many sand traps, and zero tolerance for slow play. It hosts many high-school tournaments.

Touted to be the best public course in the state, this Pete Dye course is well known for the par-4, 438-yard fourth hole. With extremely heavy play, the greens become rough and bumpy as the season progresses. Every hole presents a unique challenge.

It's a comfortable, short course.

It has a challenging back nine and is the site of U.S. Open qualifiers.

With fast greens and meticulously maintained bent-grass fairways, Legend Lake is a joy to walk any day. Four sets of tees enable all golfers to enjoy three seasons on this Northeast Ohio gem.

It's a semiprivate course cut out of 244 acres. There is bent grass in the fairways, greens, and tees.

Newly renovated in 1999, the Madison Country Club offers a championship 18-hole golf course, swimming, tennis, and fine dining. Banquet facilities for up to 400 are available as well as meeting rooms and tableside-dining facilities.

Designed for fast, public play, Mallard Creek is a gem designed by Ron Palmer. With no sand bunkers and minimum water, it is a well marked, much-improved golf course.
Manakiki Golf Course is an elegant public course. The classic Donald Ross design offers a variety of challenges, including doglegs, water hazards, up-and-down shots, back-to-back par 5s, and two canyon holes.
One of the oldest courses in the area, Maple Ridge offers two distinct challenges within its 18-hole, 6,000-yard layout. The beautifully sculptured front nine presents 3,300 yards of fairly open play, while the 2,700-yard wooded back nine requires accuracy and finesse. The clubhouse offers a snack bar, lounge, powered carts, pro shop, tee times, and equipment repair.

Mayfair consists of two distinctly different 18-hole courses. The East is shorter, with few sand traps, and is ideal for beginners and seniors. The West is longer and contains numerous sand traps and water hazards. Both courses have bent-grass greens, with rye and bluegrass tees and fairways. Located midway between Akron and Canton, Mayfair Country Club is situated on more than 230 acres of beautifully manicured grounds, with 36 of the most challenging holes in Northeast Ohio.

The Mayfield Country Club is a traditional, private-membership club, dedicated to maintaining its reputation as a superior family club providing for the social and recreational needs of its members through excellence in service and facilities. It exemplifies the tradition of an old course in the modern-day era of overuse. Gem that it is, it's a haven for good golfers and up-and-coming juniors.

Situated on gently rolling hills, the spacious design gives all level of golfers a challenging run. The new clubhouse houses a pro shop and snack bar, well suited for small or large parties.

It's a popular east-side course that features an ideal use of the land. Tremendously scenic and challenging for all levels of golfers, the course has split-personality nines. The clubhouse, constructed more than 70 years ago from materials salvaged from the Millionaire's Row mansions, is the perfect place to relax after your round.

Not long by modern standards, the course demands skillful shot-making. It's a rich tradition for the Who's Who in the business community.

The front nine plays like a traditional course. The back nine is Lorain County's only links-style venue.

A golfer-friendly layout on which the golfer can walk and enjoy a round of golf, without the pressure of having to be a great player.

Generous fairways and long par-3s place demands on the long irons of the set.

The golf courses at Quail Hollow are reserved for members and resort guests. You can only get a tee time, if you are staying at the resort.

A Tom Fazio creation, it's built for the enjoyment of the game of golf played in its most pure form. Arguably, it's the finest course in Northeast Ohio.

Shaker is a family-oriented club with a full range of activities, including junior and pee-wee golf and tennis, paddle tennis, swim team, Nine Holers, and Hit & Hunt (senior golf group). Our staff offers lessons in golf, tennis, and swimming. Gin rummy, bridge, and billiards are some of the indoor activities. A sauna and masseur are available for members, spouses, and guests.

Walking is a challenge on the rolling hills. It has very few flat lies other than the tee boxes. A wonderful blend of terrain and golfing gives this course its acclaim.

It's the epitome of upscale public courses in the area and a perfect place to impress clients.

Breathtaking vistas enhance the experience. It's not a course for the faint of heart, because it demands an "A" game.

Recently overhauled to more actually represent a golf course. It has widened fairways, with bent grass, five sets of tees per hole, and an installed Kirby-marking system.

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