Dublin Ohio Golf Courses

Country Club at Muirfield Village
Muirfield Village Golf Club
Riviera Country Club
Twin Oaks Golf Club

Featured Golf Course Review:
Riviera Country Club -- Challenging but fair!
Review by: M. Jenkins Very friendly and accommodating staff. Nice menu in the grill and good pricing to start things off. Best time to play is May through September when the trees are full. Very pretty course and very well maintained. Hole one opens with an easy dogleg right followed by a long par five with water twice in play for #2. #3 is a short par four, followed by a tricky little par 3 where the wind really comes into play. Next up is a fun par four that the truly big hitters may want to try and drive. A solid par 5 follows to an elevated green, followed by another easy dogleg right, a very long par 5 and finishing with a par 3 over water where the wind is scary at times. Back nine is similarly diverse and fun to play especially #16, a sweet par 3 peninsula green over water. Number 10 is a tricky par 5, followed by an easy par 4 with water and rocks to the right. Next up is a 210-yard (white tees) par 3, and an elevated tee par 4 over two creeks. The number 1 handicap hole is next, a long, but straight par 5 with water in the center and right of the fairway. Next is a long and interesting par 4. After #16, 17 is another par 4 with water on three sides of the green. Number 18 finishing hole is a nice par 4 with the clubhouse behind it. It was a joy to play here -- not crowded at all and we finsihed our round in 4 hours 30 minutes.
From Powell, OH

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California Golf Course -- This place has really gone to seed
Review by: Anonymous I played this course for many years and enjoyed it. There had been a number of improvements that made some holes much more of a challenge (e.g., #16). My recent visit to this course was a big disappointment. My issues: too many trees, poor maintenance of the fairways and greens and no interest in managing the speed of play. I don't mind trees, but the course has too many, and they have the effect of not allowing air to circulate, so the course does not dry out. Fairways and greens looked as if they had not been mowed in days, and the greens must have stimped out at about 5. It took us 5 hours to play, including three hours on the second nine. No excuse for this type of play. I used to like California, and kept my handicap there, but it will take a lot for me to go back...
From Anonymous