NCR Country Club is a Private, 36 hole golf facility located in Dayton, Ohio. The facility has two 18-hole golf courses, they are: The NCR North Course and The NCR South Course.
The creation of NCR Country Club was conceived and developed by Stanley Allyn during his tenure as president of National Cash Register Corporation.
The present NCR Country Club opened in 1954, with two distinctively different 18-hole courses, the South and the North, both designed by Dick Wilson. Mr. Allyn specified that the club should offer the finest in all categories of service for the National Cash Register Corporation employees. The company gave the courses and clubhouse to the employees of NCR Corporation; the 350 acre facilitiy is now owned by the NCR Employees Benefit Association.
The NCR North Course __________________
The North Course is a prairie-links style which provides a very different test of skills to attain a par score of 70 on its demanding 6,828 yards.
The NCR South Course __________________
The South Course has been ranked on the Golfweek list of the Top 100 classically designed courses in America. At 7,055 yards and par 71, the course features a challenging design of heavily-wooded rolling countryside full of doglegs, bunkers and thick rough.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Saturday, June 2010 at 2pm
Probably the 2nd best course in the area along with its sister course the Very Challenging, professional quality, South coures. Only one course with in 100 miles that may be a tad better, Sycamore Creek CC.
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