New Albany Country Club is a Private, 27 hole golf course facility in New Albany, Ohio. The facility has three, 9-hole courses, The East Nine, The West Nine, and The North Nine. These nines can be paired to form three different 18-hole course combinations.
The courses opened for play in 1991. The course designer was Jack Nicklaus.
All three courses play basically the same. There are a variety of fairways where some must be played through the woods and are tight, and some are wide-open. Some areas have the lush feel of the Carolinas; others suggest the ruggedness of the Scottish links. Rocky Fork Creek was incorporated into the design allowing it to blend with New Albany’s natural surroundings. The greens are both fast and large. A large lake that comes into play on all three courses and the terrain vary in undulation.
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