The Hamilton Elks Country Club RedCourse and Blue Course first opened for play in 1925. They were designed by Donald Ross. The Blue course was added in 1995. The Blue Course was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan
The Hamilton Elks Country Club courses were built on rolling terrain and feature well-bunkered, small greens. Hamilton Elks Country Club is located at one of the highest points in Butler County. The high altitude makes wind a constant factor. Water hazards come into play on at a number of holes.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Sunday, March 2014 at noon
27 Holes total. The red and white nines are Donald Ross designs with false fronts and considerable bunkering. The blue nine is a Hurdzan design that's challenging in its own right. Fairways and greens have been amongst the best in the Cincinnati area for the last 20 years thanks to superintendent Ron Patterson. The staff does an excellent job routing play on the 27 holes ensuring that all rounds are played in 4.15, no 5 hour rounds. job routing play on the 27 Holes ensuring pace of play is under 4:15. This is a great course to walk with little Dusty from tee to green.
$51 (cart included), played on Sunday, October 2010 at 2pm
Played in a scramble
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