20 Places to Hit the Links in the Miami Valley

 20 Places to Hit the Links in the Miami Valley

The region has many golf courses suitable for players of all ages and skill levels

Summer in the Miami Valley is a great time to hit the links and play some golf. And thanks to the region’s many courses, it’s easy to do so. Read on to find the course nearest to you, or to discover a new course you’ve never played at before.

Beavercreek Golf Club
18- hole public course. Also provides golf lessons, camps and clinics. Is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.

Cassel Hills Golf Course
Two distinct 9-hole courses. Municipal facility with golf shop, instruction and snack bar. Rated four stars by Golf Digest.

Community Golf Club
Two distinct 18-hole courses. Dayton’s first municipal golf course. Tee times can be booked online.

Eaton Country Club
Par 36 course near downtown Eaton and the historic Roberts Bridge. Home to a historic arts-and-crafts style clubhouse restaurant.

Echo Hills Golf Course
Offers special rates for holidays, weekdays and junior golfers. Also has a driving range.

Homestead Golf Course
Tipp City
Opened as a 9-hole golf course in 1965, with 9 more holes added in 1973. Family-owned course.

Hueston Woods Golf Course
College Corner
Located within an Ohio state park. 18-hole championship course that features unique water holes and over 30 sand traps.

Jamaica Run Golf Course

18-hole public golf course. Full-service club that includes a pro shop, large driving range, restaurant, lessons and junior/senior discounts.

Locust Hills Golf Club
36-hole course located 7 miles south of Springfield and 23 miles east of Dayton. Named the 2007 Ohio Golf Course Owners Association Course of the Year.

Miami Shores Golf Course
130-acre, 18-hole course that was designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1949. Newly renovated clubhouse opened in 2019.

Mound Golf Course
9-hole course that is adjacent to Indian Mound State Park. Boasts a clubhouse, outdoor patio and spectacular views.

National Golf Links
South Charleston
18-hole course with a range of 5,100 yards from the red tees to 7,200 yards from the championship tees. Features rolling hills, creeks and ponds.

PipeStone Golf Course
18-hole, par 72 course own by the city of Miamisburg. Rated four stars by Golf Digest.

Reid Park Golf Course
Two 18-hole courses designed by Jack Kidwell and Dr. Michael Hurzdan. First opened in 1967.

Rocky Lakes Golf Course

18-hole, par 70 public golf course. Also has two indoor golf simulators and a clubhouse.

Stillwater Ridge Golf Course
West Milton
9-hole, par 36 course. Driving range also available.

Stillwater Valley Golf Course
18-hole course with pro shop and restaurant. Named a top public golf course by the Dayton Business Journal in 2016.

The Golf Club at Yankee Trace
A perennial Best of Dayton winner. More than 27 holes of championship golf, plus a practice center and three indoor simulators.

WGC Golf Course
18-hole championship course. Also has a practice facility with a large driving range.

Windy Knoll Golf Course
Opened in 2001 with Brian Huntley 18-hole design. The facility’s golf academy offers lessons for golfers of all skill levels and ages.