Inverness Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Toledo, Ohio.
Inverness began as a nine-hole golf course in 1903. The course was expanded to eighteen holes around 1915.
In 1916, Inverness hired Donald Ross to design a championship course. Construction was completed by 1918. Though he designed hundreds of courses, Donald Ross discussed only seven of them in his book, Golf Has Never Failed Me. Inverness is one of them.
Following the 1920 U.S. Open, the greens on 2, 13, 16 and 17 were raised and a number of holes were lengthened. In 1978, George and Tom Fazio further refined the architecture, creating new holes at 3, 5, 6, and 8.
In the fall of 1999, architect Arthur Hills again enhanced Inverness, lengthening the course to its current 7,255 yards. From its original construction in 1903 through its periodic refurbishing, Inverness has evolved and matured, becoming even more scenic, subtle, balanced, and demanding.
From the Black tees, Inverness plays to 7,255 yards and a par of 71 with a course rating of 75.9 and a slope rating of 144.
Black tees: 7,255 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 144.
Gold tees: 6,790 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 139.
Silver tees: 6,457 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 135.
White tees: 5,609 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 123.
White tees (W): 5,609 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 132.
Green tees(W): 5,214 yards, course rating 75.9, slope rating 127.
Guest (cart included), played on Sunday, August 2009 at 2pm
Great old course with lots of history . . . . bring your short game, avoid the bunkers and learn to deal with thick, sticky rough. Enjoy!
Member (cart included), played on Friday, August 2009 at 4pm
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