Golf-Card-Smaller.jpgThe Hocking Hills Golf Club is an exciting Par-71 course measuring 5,861 yards. The rolling terrain has been modified into a magnificent layout by designer Jack Kidwell. From the bent-grass tee boxes and the tree-lined fairways to the meticulously manicured greens, every acre of the land is shaped and fitted to a blend with the natural landscape while lining you up for the perfect shot.

Preview our beautiful 18 hole golf course, and learn about each hole before you come to play!

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The Front 9

Hole 1

A 350-yard uphill dogleg left par 4. Place the ball in the fairway and make a solid approach to the green. (Hint: approach shots play 10-15 yards longer.) This is our #2 handicap hole.

Hole 2

A 381-yard dead straight away par 4 that a well-placed tee leaves a good chance at birdie. Another hole where you can make up strokes from previous holes.

Hole 3

A 145-yard par 3 over water with a slightly raised green. A good tee shot will set you up for a birdie or par. You want to make sure you get enough of the ball to clear the water.

Hole 4

A 452-yard dogleg left par 5 with plenty of elevation change and undulation in the fairway.  A well-placed tee shot leaves a player with a decision to make, lay-up, or go for the green in two.

Hole 5

A 194-yard picturesque par 3 that requires a tee shot over a valley from tee to green. Be careful not to put too much on your swing. Par is a great score here.

Hole 6

A 535-yard uphill dogleg right par 5 that after a well-made tee shot the rest of the hole plays back downhill to a green guarded by water and bunkers to the right.

Hole 7

A 420-yard par 4 to an elevated green. Some slopes could give you trouble on the fairway, but there's plenty of room for your ball to stay in good shape. This is a great hole to score!

Hole 8

A 152-yard par 3 to a green guarded left, right, and rear with bunkers. This second-to-last hole can wreak havoc on your score if you're not careful.

Hole 9

A dead downhill 356-yard par 4 that the longer hitters can have a go at green! This tee is the highest point on the course and creates a great photo opportunity.

The Back 9

Hole 10

A 456-yard slight dogleg left par 5 guarded by bunkers on the front and water right and long, a well-shot approach to the green should reward a player with a great score to start your round.

Hole 11

A 195-yard par 3 to a green that slopes from left to right. Avoid the grass bunker just short and left of the green. A well-placed shot will easily get you into a birdie opportunity.

Hole 12

A 395-yard dogleg right par 4 that requires a well-placed tee shot leaving a mid to long iron to a green protected by water short and right. This is our #1 handicap hole and has been nicknamed “ole pumper” due to the existence of an oil well pump being located on the hole.

Hole 13

A par 3 with multiple tees that can allow the hole to play up 180 yards over a valley to an elevated green. The elevated green makes for a challenging hole and interesting club selection where par would be a great score.

Hole 14

A 271-yard downhill dogleg left par 4 gives you the option of laying up or attempting to go for green and make an eagle. This is a true risk-reward hole.

Hole 15

A 520-yard dead straight away par 5 that a well-made tee shot should produce a good score. You will contend with some leans and hilly spots along with a sand bunker just to the right as you approach the green.

Hole 16

A 358-yard par 4 requires a tee shot placed down the right-hand side leaving an approach to an elevated green. For this challenging hole, par is a great score.

Hole 17

A 515-yard par 5 is a great scoring opportunity but you want to avoid the large walnut tree down the left side of the fairway. This mostly straight-away hole can really make up for the challenging previous holes.

Hole 18

A 162-yard par 3 with multiple teeing options avoids out-of-bounds left and the large bunker guarding the right side of the green. The hole can be played as challenging or risk-free as you want.

Putting Green