Top-Rated Public Golf Clubs Near The Inn
Denison Golf Club at Granville – Located in Granville, Ohio just 5 minutes from The Inn, it was designed by Donald Ross and constructed in 1924. This premier course exemplifies his philosophy of using the natural rolling, wooded terrain to create settings for each hole, with elevated and undulating greens, and artfully placed sand bunkers. While challenging to the most experienced golfer a choice of 4 tee positions gives every skill level an opportunity to enjoy a pleasurable round of golf. A spacious shelter house with kitchen and restroom facilities is available for golf outings.
The Virtues Golf Club - In 2016, The Golf Magazine named The Virtues Golf Club, the Number One public golf course in Ohio, and no. 70 in Top 100 Courses You Can Play, by Golf Magazine 2016 - 2017. Golf Digest ranked the Virtues Golf Club no. 74 in America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses. As we continue Longaberger Golf Club for preeminent Ohio golf tradition and outstanding guest service, see what's new at your No. 1 Public Golf Course in Ohio. Located just 24 minutes from The Inn, The Virtues’ spectacular Arthur Hills-designed championship golf course with an upscale banquet and event amenities, delicious dining and variety of player development programs offer any golfers a great reason to visit.
The Links at Echo Springs - The Links at Echo Springs is a golf facility that lies on acres of scenic country in Johnstown, Ohio – just 9 minutes from The Inn. The course gives the golfer a feeling that is not found anywhere else in the country. The Links at Echo Springs is a unique, Barry Serafin designed course located in Johnstown, Ohio. It is blessed with natural rolling terrain cut through mature hardwood forests with just the right blend of links style to provide a sensational golfing experience. For the golfer who has to work late, we are equipped with a driving range where you can sharpen your skills or take a lesson from one of their P.G.A. Golf Professionals.
New Albany Links - New Albany Links is a semi-private Golf Club located in New Albany, Ohio located 28 minutes from The Inn. Designed by Barry Serafin in 2000, New Albany Links Golf Club sprawls across gently rolling hills covered with meandering creeks, mature trees, and native grasses and wetlands. There are also a number of lakes throughout that come into play on several holes. The golf course is a fair challenge but it prides itself on its playability. The golf course is open to the public yet still has that country club feel and playability. With its naturally rolling terrain, meandering creeks, lakes, wetlands, native grasses and mature trees, the New Albany Links Golf Course offers a great challenge for golfers of all different abilities.
EagleSticks Golf Club - Built on 150 acres of hilly farmland near Zanesville, Ohio, the course has rolling fairways, undulating greens and constant elevation changes. It is located about 55 minutes from The Inn through scenic, rolling countryside. Numerous gorgeous waterfalls, and pristine woodlands of maple, ash, locust, walnut, and cherry trees add to its intrinsic beauty. Dr. Michael Hurdzan, one of Ohio’s most renowned architects, created a design that includes plush, bent grass fairways and greens, protected by a total of 90 sand bunkers. Multiple teeing areas and larger putting greens ensure that the course is playable for all. Challenging and compact at 6,500 yards from the blues, Eagle Sticks is a course that clearly favors accuracy over power. With more than 100 feet of elevation change, most tee boxes are located on the highest ground, so you’ll be treated to panoramic views on most holes before hitting down to the fairways
Bent Tree Golf Club - Stretching over 167 acres of naturally wooden rolling terrain, Bent Tree Golf Club is one of the best championship courses in the Columbus area. The course is located slightly less than 40 minutes from The Inn. Designed by Dennis Griffiths, this top rated golf course features bent grass tees, fairways and greens as well as many bunkers and abundant water.