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Fall colors decorate the course at Country Club of the North

Country Club of the North

Our private country club is surrounded by hundreds of mature trees which serve as the ideal backdrop for this wonderful golfing experience. The fairways roll and turn around multiple lakes and streams providing both a visual treat and a challenging test of golf. The bunkers are strategically placed creating additional risk and reward shots on every hole. The manicured bentgrass greens feature subtle contours which further enhance this outstanding golf course.

A bridge over a small creek at the Country Club of the North

For members who are interested in lowering their scores, Country Club of the North features a large Practice Facility including a practice range, putting green, and short game area. Our PGA Professionals are standing by if you would like additional support and instruction to help finely tune your swing. After your round, members can relax and enjoy lunch or dinner in the Men's Grille or take in the views from our Scenic Patio or Lounge overlooking the 18th hole and Narrows Reserve natural area. The clubhouse also features a comfortable Dining Room that is perfect for entertaining or for making the most of those special occasions.

The sun shines on one of the holes at Country Club of the North

Ratings & Scorecard

Men's Ratings/Slopes 73.4/136 71.8/133 70.2/129 67.9/125
Women's Ratings/Slopes 78.3/139 76.3/137 73.4/132 697./121
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A sandtrap accompanies a hole on the course at Country Club of the North

About the Designer

Jack William Nicklaus, born January 21, 1940 in Columbus, Ohio. He was raised in the suburb of Upper Arlington, and attended Upper Arlington High School, where he earned his nickname "The Golden Bear", the school's mascot.

While attending Ohio State University, he won the U.S. Amateur title twice (1959, 1961), and an NCAA Championship (1961).

Nicklaus is widely regarded as one the greatest professional golfers of all time, in large part because of his records in Major championships. Nicklaus accumulated a record 18 professional Majors in a PGA Tour career lasting 25 years, from 1962 to 1986. Later, on the Champions Tour he won 8 of their tour's Majors between 1990 and 1996.


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