Hamersville Ohio Golf Courses

Friendly Meadows Golf Course


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Friendly Meadows Golf Course -- Having seen almost every course in Cinti.......
Review by: John I've seen many a golf course in Cincinnati, mostly public but quite a few private. Friendly Meadows golf course is one of my favorite courses to play because of it's wide array of challenges without being a target golf course. You don't find yourself hitting half shots off the tee or getting robbed because of a strange bounce in the middle of a fairway. The course is fair although I hate hitting my tee shot off of #11. If you don't mind a little drive you should check it out. It'll be one of the few courses you'll play this year in par time! The greens are VERY nice and the course shows sings of improvemnet every year. Hopefully the tree limbs off the tees on #11 and #6 from the back tees get trimmed up.
Don't let the slope fool you, get lazy and you'll easily add a few strokes to your score. Keep the ball in play and you'll reap the rewards.
From Cincinnati, Ohio

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Hueston Woods Golf Course -- Hit it long and near the pin
Review by: Mark This is a man-sized course, w/ huge greens. The "Woods" portion is a bit of a mis-nomer, considering that some of the holes are pretty open, but one needs to be long off the tee, and accurate around the greens. Each of the par 5 holes are three shot holes and the par 3's are all long. The greens are very large so getting approach shots around the pin is key to scoring well. There are not really any lay-up holes, so losing one's concentration will come back to bite you. Despite the length, the course is relatively easy to walk, and the greens fee is pretty fair, considering the test you get. My only knock: #18, as a par 3, is not much of a finishing hole. Otherwise, all players I know deeply respect this course and find it a bargain.
From Cincinnati




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