Public Places: Golf Courses
Emerald Woods is a challenging 45-hole golf course, with two 18-hole courses and a 9-hole executive course. The Pine Valley & St. Andrews course is a championship course with hilly and tight tree-lined fairways. You will also encounter water on all 18 holes. The undulating greens are guarded tightly with nice bunkers, which come into play on many of the holes. The Audrey & Heatherstone course has similar characteristics, but it's not as demanding. These two nines offer wider fairways and not as much water.
The new renovations have improved the course to make it more attractive, playable, and even busier than before. It's reported to be the highest-volume course in the area.
It's a long, flat, easy-to-walk course, with well-conditioned greens and rough, thick woods.
It's a flat course that's very challenging. The clubhouse has food, beer, liquor, dining room, and nightclub.
Lakewood Country Club offers you the only golf course in Ohio designed by one of the foremost designers of championship golf courses. A.W. Tillinghast (1874-1942) was one of the founders of the PGA of America and an early organizer and enthusiastic supporter of the USGA Green Section.
It's a long and challenging course, with undulating fast greens protected by sand traps.
It's a flat layout, with close fairways and challenging greens. Deer Track is a championship, 6,400-yard, par-71, park-style course, designed by Tony Dulio. Lush, narrow fairways and challenging, undulating greens present a formidable test of golf for all skill levels.
This is a challenging 6,985-yard, 18-hole layout, with tree-lined fairways and strategically placed water hazards. The large greens and manicured fairways are guarded by more than 60 sand traps. These subtle design features should bring out every club in your bag.
It's a deceptively short course, because there are many chances for disaster along the way.
The clubhouse has food, beer, liquor, dining room, lockers, showers, and pavilion.
The club opened its first nine holes in the spring of 1999 and its last nine holes later that fall. It is semiprivate, which means it costs a bit more than most public courses.
It's a good course for the beginning golfer, because the walking is easy and it adds to the experience. It's not complicated, but it still requires skill to get the ball on the green.
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