Wyoming Golf Club
The private Wyoming Golf Club offers 9 holes of par-36 golf over 3,165 yards, with a course rating of 35.2 and a slope rating of 122.
The Wyoming Golf Club first opened way back in 1913.
The Wyoming Golf Club's golf course grew out of the hills, so lies are often uneven, but it features small greens that slope severely and are easy to three-putt on a course design equally divided among par-5, par-4 and par-3 holes. The simple majority of the holes see a creek flowing through them, and some fairways have several sandy bunkers closer to greens. Those who know golf in Cincinnati have said that the second hole, a par 4 that measures 464 yards, might perhaps be the toughest hole in the region, so, if you're playing 18 holes, you might want to choose one of the closer tee sets.
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