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Mallard Creek is home to 36-holes of scenic golf. The original 18 (the Woods Course) weaves its way through tree-lined fairways while the newest 18 (the Lakes Course) promotes shot placement alongside numerous water hazards.
One of our area’s best known and well-respected courses, Mallard Creek has something to offer golfers of all kinds. As a result of Michael Hurdzan’s design (also designed Erin Hills, site of the 2017 US Open), the “four handicapper” goes home unsure how they shot above their usual and the “bogey golfer” finishes feeling good about hitting a lot of good golf shots.
This design has proven to be a perfect balance of challenge and forgiveness, making Mallard Creek the ultimate destination for the Northeast Ohio golfer!
Beyond the meticulously maintained golf course, ‘The Duck’ also features two practice greens, a driving range, recently updated patio, snack bar, pavilions and full-service restaurant next door, Bootleggers.
And you can play any day, any time at Mallard Creek for just $7 per 9 when you join the Fairways Golf Membership!
Pine Brook Golf Club, originally built in 1960, is one of Lorain County’s best hidden gems when it comes to golf.
Conveniently located a few minutes west of I-480, Pine Brook is easily accessible for any Northeast Ohio golfer. The 18-hole layout places a premium on shot placement and creativity. Some of the best greens in our area await you and your golfing friends at Pine Brook.
The course is a par 70 and measures 6,000 yards from the longest tees. Don’t be fooled though, the 6 par 3’s allow for plenty of length throughout the rest of the course.
The front side at Pine Brook features two of Lorain County’s better golf holes.
The par-4 7th is perhaps the hardest par 4 within the Fairways Family of Courses as it measures more than 425 yards and has a significant dogleg left, complimented by a creek at 150 yards to the pin.
The par-5 9th is the ultimate risk vs. reward hole. Hit a good drive and you may get on in 2, miss right or left and you will be struggling to make par. As the green comes more into play, so too does a narrowing tree line surrounding the green.
Opened in 1967, Briarwood was host to the “Battle at Briarwood” featuring Jack Nicklaus, Miller Barber and Bobby Cole on June 7, 1971. Mr. Nicklaus came to Briarwood on a hot streak having won the 1970 Open Championship, the 1971 PGA Championship in February and finishing 2nd in the Masters, prior to the exhibition in June. In 1971, Mr. Nicklaus would win 4 more PGA events and set a single season earnings record of $244,490. Mr. Barber won the 1971 Phoenix Open shooting -23 for the tournament. He also finished T4th, 3 shots behind Mr. Nicklaus, in the 1971 PGA Championship. Mr. Cole won the Natal Open and Transvaal Open on the South African tour in 1971.
Briarwood is known for its enjoyable golf course and fun atmosphere. At Briarwood, the staff puts the golfer first and works steadfastly to ensure that your day on the course is a memorable one.
From the beginner to the expert, Dragon Ranch offers a fun and enjoyable experience for all players.
The 18-hole, par-70 layout at Dragon Ranch Golf Club is sure to keep you coming back for more. Measuring 6,352 yards from the longest set of tees, this Tony Dulio design offers something for everyone.
Manicured greens, lush fairways and flowing rough compliment this unique and variety packed course – creating a fantastic time to be had by all golfers!
Whether it is a 525+ yard par 5 or the island green par 3 on number 8, Dragon Ranch delivers both an interesting and enjoyable round.
With 18-holes of golf, a practice green, grass driving range, snack bar and more, we are sure you will have a great round each time out at Dragon Ranch Golf Club.
Conveniently located in Elyria, Ohio, Dragon Ranch is easily accessible from all of Northeast Ohio – making it easy for you and your group to get together for a great round of golf.
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