Sycamore Creek Country Club first opened for play in 1959. The course was designed by Jack Ortman. The golf course was renovated in 2004. The rennovation design was handled by Robert Lohmann.
Sycamore Creek Country Club was built on gently rolling terrain accented by many huge sycamore and walnut trees, it is an excellent test. A lake guards the 17th green. This is but one of 9 holes where water hazards (a pond and a few creeks) come into play.
Sycamore Creek Country Club plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,834 yards.
$21 (cart included), played on Friday, November 2010 at 2pm
Private club, so a member has to be in your foresome. But you owe it to yourself, if you are with in an hour or two of springboro ohio to visit this club. The new design (2004) has improved the challenge to some of the easier holes. But severe weather has removed some of MY more impossible tree locations, so for me that is better. Maybe 2 greens are close to needing a "clown with a light up nose", or a windmill, but the extra challenge is understandable when you tour the entire experience. Well maintained always, nice fluffy traps with real golfers sand. Beautiful ambiance, particularly as you near early fall. Nice course to walk, but not a walk in the park. A terrific combination of challenge, estetics, speed of play, natural beauty and plain classic golf. The clubhouse, food service, pro shop and staff exceed all expectations.
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