Walnut Grove Country Club golf course first opened in 1935. The course was designed by William Diddel.
Walnut Grove Country Club was originally named Greenmont because it straddles the Greene and Montgomery county lines. The hard-to-read greens are loaded with subtle breaks. Water hazards (man-made lakes) come into play at least two times
Walnut Grove's signature hole is #11, a 444 yard par-4, consistently ranked as "the toughest par four hole" in the Dayton region. Rolling terrain, bent grass tees, fairways and greens, as well as the condition of the course, makes for an enjoyable round of golf. Ladies tees, senior tees, white tees and "the blues" put a different face on the course and provide differing degrees of difficulty and a lot of variety.
Walnut Grove Country Club golf course plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,659 yards. The course rating is 72.7 and the slope rating is 131.
Blue tees: par-72, 6,659 yards, 72.7/131
Red tees: par-72, 5,111 yards, 70.6/126
White tees: par-72, 6,371 yards, 71.1/128
Green tees: par-72, 5,902 yards, 70.2/123
Green tees(W): par-72, 5,902 yards, 71.2/123
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