Columbus Ohio and surrounding areas are proud to provide the optimal environment for you to golf it's our first priority, and we provide courses and features that go above and beyond – so your game can, too!
2955 Minerva Lake Road
The rolling fairways of the Minerva Lake Golf Club make up more than a public golf course - they comprise a Columbus tradition. Built in 1931.
This 18-hole par 69 golf course tucked in the midst of the Minerva Park neighborhood appeals to all levels of play. Open year round, dawn until dusk in 2010 weather permitting)!
Call to guarantee Tee Times (614) 882-9988.
Conveniently located only 20 minutes away from any location within I-270, Minerva Lake Golf Course is a great golfing destination, for that quick lunch hour golf game or leisurely group golf outing.
3900 Westerville Road
2738 Agler Road
Welcome to Bridgeview, Columbus College's premier 9-hole, par 36 course. Located on the rolling banks of Alum Creek, the course provides landscape uncommon in Central Ohio that results in a unique blend of forgiving and challenging holes. It's a course that truly spans the needs of every golfer – from the first-timer to the accomplished player.
The mission of CS Bridgeview is to provide the full range of resources for you to take your game to the next level. The Driving Range provides all you need to learn the game – or perfect your shots. Lessons are available from PGA pros , and through Columbus State Community College .
We are here to meet all of your golfing needs, and Bridgeview offers the perfect setting for your golf outing or special event. Because our course is 9 holes, it's easy to fit a morning or afternoon outing into any affair. Let us work with you to make your next golf event a "hole in one."
(Please Note: Course is unavailable for regular play during league times)
Monday: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 3:15 p.m. - 4:40 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday: 3:15 p.m - 6:10 p.m.
Friday: 4:30 p.m - 4:45 p.m.
220 Olde Ridenour Road
The Gahanna Municipal Golf Course has closed for the season. Normal hours of operation have ceased. The course will open on select days throughout the fall and winter months as weather permits.
Please visit the Golf Course page or facebook.com/CityofGahannaPR for course updates.
Thank you for a wonderful 2012 season! We hope to see you next spring!
7459 N High St
On April 26, 1924 York Lodge #563 assigned the land contract covering the Alpheus L. Pipes farm to the newly incorporated York Temple Country Club. Thus was born what would become today's York Golf Club. The club's purpose was to provide a gathering place and recreational opportunities for Masons and their families. The first Board of Directors was composed of 3 members of York Lodge and 2 members from both University Lodge and Capital City Lodge.
In August of 1926 the Board of Directors authorized the Executive Committee to engage the services of a golf architect to prepare plans for a proposed golf course. The committee enlisted George Sargent to
lay out a nine hole golf course and supervise it's construction. In June of 1927 the first nine holes were opened for play. In 1928 the clubhouse was opened.
The club hired its first professional, Mr. Herman Densmore “Denny” Shute in 1927 . Denny Shute ultimately become a three time major championship winner (British open 1933, PGA Champion 1936 & 1937). In fact, Mr. Shute was the last player to win consecutive PGA Championships until some fellow named Tiger Woods matched the feat in 1999 & 2000. The Memorial Tournament honored Mr. Schute in 2006 in recognition of his accomplishments as a player and contributions to the game.
1930 brought the plans for a second nine holes that opened in June of 1931. Although York now boasted an eighteen hole golf course, the depression of the 1930's made for difficult times and uncertainty about the future. When the 1940's arrived the Board of Directors weren't sure whether the course could be kept open. Finally in March 1945 it was decided to close the course for the season. The spring of 1946 saw the re-opening of the course and membership grew slowly from around 180 in 1947 until membership was limited to 210 in the mid 1950's and a waiting list established.
Golf carts were introduced to York in 1962 and in the same year an announcement was made that an outerbelt would be constructed near the south side of York property. The fairways received their first irrigation system in 1965 and in 1967 the membership limit was raised to 300 . A new clubhouse was open in 1970 the same year that I-270 would open. 1972 saw the addition of 5 non-lodge members to the previously exclusively Masonic membership roster.
While York is still owned by the same three Masonic Lodges, the membership is now a nearly even mixture of Lodge and non-Lodge members. All of whom are indebted to the men that followed their dreams and purchased a 140 acre farm 1 1/2 miles North of Worthington, Ohio and whose hard work and dedication made what we enjoy today possible.
2196 Riverside Drive
Founded in 1916, Scioto's heritage is among the richest in all of golf.
The golf course was designed by acclaimed architect Donald Ross, and is celebrated as a great achievement in golf course architecture. Scioto C.C. is also where a young Jack Nicklaus honed his game under the watchful eye of the legendary teaching professional, Jack Grout. Today the course perennially ranks among the top courses in the country.
Scioto C.C. is a member of an elite group of clubs that has hosted five different major championships including the U.S. Open (1926), the Ryder Cup (1931), the PGA Championship (1950), the U.S. Amateur Championship (1968) and the U.S. Senior Open Championship (1986). In addition to its championship golf course and practice area, the Club's amenities include a spacious 70,000 sq.ft. Clubhouse, an indoor golf practice facility, a comprehensive fitness facility, four swimming pools, eleven tennis courts and four platform tennis courts for the membership and their guests to use.
2770 West Dublin Granville Road
Founded in 1927, Brookside is nestled naturally within 260 acres of pristine landscape in Worthington, OH between 315 and Sawmill Road. An unprecedented private club, Brookside Golf & Country Club is for members who appreciate a fine upscale club. It features a beautiful tree-lined 18-hole golf course, an Athletic Facility which houses a state-of-the art fitness facility, tennis courts and a Z-shaped Olympic size swimming pool and a Clubhouse that offers both casual and formal dining and features one of the most beautiful patios in the city available dining throughout the summer season.
Host to the US Open Sectional Qualifier, Brookside Golf & Country Club enjoys a fine reputation as one of the premier country clubs in the Columbus, OH area.
|6001 East Livingston Avenue
Established in 1974 with limited support from the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund, this beautiful, nine-hole course is located just minutes from I-70 and I-270. Featuring 3,372 yards of golf and a par of 36, Walnut Hill Golf Course has complete practice facilities, a pro shop, and four tee sets for golfers of all skill levels.Averaging 24,000 rounds per year over the last 10 years, Walnut Hill has become a popular course for leagues, nearby colleges and high schools, and other golfers looking for a great course to play. The rolling hills, mature trees, and friendly staff make Walnut Hill one of the best nine-hole courses in central Ohio. Walnut Hill Golf Course is the home of Morty's Kids Junior Golf Days in which more than 1,200 central Ohio boys and girls have learned the game of golf from LPGA and PGA professionals. Morty's Kids is held each Tuesday morning this year beginning June 16 through Aug. 18. For more information, please visit www.mortyskids.com .
Driving Range 15 tee stations