Ohio Golf Courses - Best in State


Therese Hession

Therese Hession has been the head womens golf coach at Ohio State since 1991. Over her tenure she has led the Buckeyes to seven Big Ten championships, and 10 NCAA championship appearances. A full-time professional golfer for 11 years, Hession competed in more than 250 LPGA tournaments during her illustrious career. She was among the Top 150 in all-time LPGA career money-winners when she concluded her playing career in 1991.



No. 5
Columbus Country Club
Columbus Country Club
Columbus, Ohio
Year opened: 1907
Course type: Private
Architect: Donald J. Ross
Website: www.columbuscc.com
Hessions take: Challenging, but fair. As usual good course management here helps lower your score!

No. 4
Inverness Golf Club
Toledo, Ohio
Year opened: 1903
Course type: Private
Architect: Donald J. Ross/George Fazio/Thomas Fazio
Website: www.invernessclub.com
Hessions take: Its a Championship course thats very demanding and in awesome condition.
No. 3
Muirfield Village Golf Club
Muirfield Village Golf Club
Franklin, Ohio
Year opened: 1974
Course type: Private
Architect: Jack Nicklaus/Desmond Muirhead
Website: www.thememorialtournament.com
Hessions take: Shot making is a key and approach shots need to be at a premium. Very difficult for most players.

No. 2
Ohio State Univ. Scarlet Course
Ohio State Univ. Golf Course ' Scarlet Course
Columbus, Ohio
Year opened: 1939
Course type: Private
Architect: Alister MacKenzie/Jack Nicklaus
Website: www.ohiostategolfclub.com
Hessions take: Every hole is a challenge. Course condition is always good, and most the time Scarlet wins!

No. 1
Double Eagle Club
Image courtesy, David Whitmer
Double Eagle Club
Galena, Ohio
Year opened: 1992
Course type: Private
Architect: Jay Morrish/Tom Weiskopf
Hessions take: Its a fair test of golf and a first class experience.

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