Peninsula Ohio Golf Courses

Brandywine Country Club - Championship Course
Brandywine Country Club - Par 3 Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Brandywine Country Club - Par 3 Course -- Beautiful Course - Very Scenic
Review by: Mike and Debbie This is a fairly short course, even for a par 3, but it is hilly and includes two holes "in the woods" along side the river. The scenery is absolutely beautiful as the course is adjacent to the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area. The facilities were great with golf ball washers on about every hole and cold water on the way to the 5th tee. My wife, who is a novice golfer, and I really enjoyed the course. We went over after work around 6 and finished before 8 with plenty of daylight left. We plan to go back several more times this summer.
From Stow, Ohio

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Ivy Hills Country Club -- To answer your question--6.9 index
Review by: Mark I stand by my comments of 2004. I have an upcoming golf date w/ my boss and some customers, so cannot avoid playing this course again. I am hopeful that Alex's comments lead me to find a more playable course. For those who doubt me, try this: play a tee shot into #5 or 12, or an approach shot into 4, 13, 16 or 18. (You will have a landing area the size of a mouse pad, or see your approach shot roll from one side of the green to the other). For more fun, see if you can spot all the fairway bunkers from the tee boxes. This is a tough course, and I've played some really tough courses (e.g., Oakmont, Pebble Beach, Olympic) but those courses present a challenge that comes without trickery or deception, as is presented at Ivy Hills...
From Cincinnati, Ohio