Public Places: Golf Courses
This course has remained true to the magnificent piece of land on which it was built. The Audubon Club would be proud. It thus provides the golfer with beautiful scenery and a challenging back nine.
Not only is Bunker Hill a classic, 18-hole course, it's one of the most beautiful courses in Northeast Ohio. Set among rolling hills and meandering creeks, and sprinkled with ponds and lakes, Bunker Hill offers a challenge to the most avid golfer.
A quick-playing, tough course, with a tan barn as a clubhouse.
The sister course to Fox Meadow, it's part of the two-for-one package. The new clubhouse is outstanding, and the amenities are good.
This is not a course to walk. It's hilly, long, and challenging. The course is filled with many natural and man-made hazards.
The course has a pleasant layout and a challenging golf course. A high-volume course with a good staff, Ironwood Golf Course is a par-71 public course located on 155 rolling acres. Designed by Harold Paddock, the course first opened in 1967. Since then, it has continued to be one of the most popular public courses in the area.
The club has a driving range, riding carts, club rentals, pro shop, and snack bar.
Host to many of the area's important events, this course plays long and demands the use of the entire bag. It offers good instructional programs and many corporate outings.
The greens are fast, and precision shot-making is rewarded, since the course has a fair amount of water and many mature trees.
A family operation with tender loving care given to the course.
This is no-frills golf, but the course presents the most challenging finishing holes in the area.
It's a rolling course with nice amenities, family-oriented with many activities.
The greens are excellent, and the course conditions are fine for a facility out in the country. The care and maintenance of the course are surpassed by few.
A nice break from the long, 18-hole efforts.
The locker-room nameplates read like a Who's Who in the world of golf. It's a purist's course for those who enjoy and accept the total challenge of the game. The clubs also boasts a great course that demands a complete game.
Skyland is one of Medina County's oldest public-golf courses. The course is always in great shape. Amenities are abundant, and the clubhouse is unique.
It's a challenge for the beginner and high handicapper.
With the recent addition of cart paths and a watering system, the amount of play has increased. Many leagues use this friendly layout. It's not challenging in its length, but the course is subtle in its green contours and speed.
The food is excellent, and the locker facilities are first-rate. The south course is challenging, with sloping fairways, elevated approach shots, and a long, uphill par-3. The tee boxes are manicured like greens.
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