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.
Casual, family-friendly and notably value-priced, this old-timey steakhouse, in one of the few remaining rural pockets of Medina, is just the ticket for laid-back dining with the kids or spur-of-the-moment weeknight unwinding.
The successor to chef-owner John Kolar's Thyme, Thyme2 offers two distinct environments: fine dining upstairs and a pub below. On the first menu you'll find contemporary, upscale preparations of fish, seafood, and meats. On the second, there's wood-fired pizzas, burgers, and wings. No matter which you choose, count on Kolar to deliver the goods.
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.