Bowling Green Ohio Golf Courses

Bowling Green Country Club
Forrest Creason Golf Course
Riverby Hills Golf Club
Stone Ridge Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Forrest Creason Golf Course -- Average Course for Average Players
Review by: Amanda E. Schmitt An average course for average players means that any person who plays golf from beginner to an average player can enjoy this course. This golf course is nice for what you are getting. First off, it is rather a college course, since it is right in the heart or BGSU. You are not paying $20.00 to walk 9 holes. It is affordable and well kept and offers a varity of distances and hazards. For the avarge player, they are concerned with their game more than the 'beautiful' perfect grass, trees, ect. If you want beautiful scenary, join a country club. If you want to play a course where you can work on your game affordably, stop by here.
From Sylvania, OH

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Stone Ridge Golf Club -- Otsego Golf Team
Review by: Ryan Long I liked this golf course because it is lots of fun and it's a challenge. I think this is the best golf course in this area, by fare the best
From Ohio

Riverby Hills Golf Club -- Riverby Hills is best kept secret of NW Ohio golf.
Review by: Jim If I had friends coming into town who wanted to play, this would be the first place I would take them. The course is always in good shape. There are more changes in elevation than you would expect in generally flat NW Ohio. The front 9 is fairly open but there are also a lot of trees and some water. The back 9 is tight and hilly with lots of water. The course is challenging but fair from the blue tees, fairly short from the white tees and extremely tough from the black tees. There is something for everyone. Some long par 4's and 5's, one driveable par 4 and some interesting par 3's. Staff is friendly and driving range, putting green and club house are good.
From BG, Ohio