Ashland Ohio Golf Courses

Brookside Golf Course
Country Club of Ashland
Paradise Hills Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Country Club of Ashland -- CCof A
Review by: Jumbo It is very easy to get into trouble on this tight course. I carry an between a 17 and 18 handicap at the course and I find it the most difficult in the area. The fairways are hilly and at times a good drive can mean an unlevel second shot. The greens on a dry day are like putting on glass and certain holes like #1 and #4 are very hard to putt. Anything above the hole on an approach can make for an easy three putt green. This is a course where you have to be able to get off the tee at least 220 or you will have a long day. A beautiful course with a lot of character, the Country Club of Ashland is one of two really nice courses in Ashland County. I would recommend playing it at least once in your lifetime! Don't expect a great score on your first attempt and bring a lot of balls with you. The rough and water hazards at this course are known for swallowing them! Good luck!
From Ashland, Ohio, USA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Creekwood Golf Club -- Two different nines
Review by: Dan The front nine is relatively open with only the 5th and 6th holes presenting a challenge for longer hitters with a creek running about 270 and 250 yards out from the tee boxes. The back nine however is much tighter and the over-grown trees on holes 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 have taken ownership of the holes. You must play it straigt to shoot well. Greens are excellent all year round, super fast and touchy.
From North Ridgeville




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