The executive-style golf course at the Hara Greens facility is an interesting course that is suitable for players of any skill level. The course covers over seventy acres of mostly flat terrain with plenty of dense forestry and tranquil ponds. The fairways are wide but they are surrounded by a standard cut of rough. Although there are no sand bunkers present on the course, the lakes and ponds situated throughout the course create water hazards that come into play on four holes. One particularly challenging hole of the course is the second hole, which has a hidden lake that cannot be seen from the teebox.
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This course is in terrible condition, but advertised as "The course features eighteen beautifully groomed holes, spread over 70 acres of lush woods and ponds."
This is basically fallow land that has been converted to golf. The grass cover is typical farmland grasses including all types of weeds indigenous to Ohio. Fairways have been cut out by mowers. The fairway grass was about 2 inches high and clumpy. Your ball had an equal chance of landing in a tuft of grass or bare ground. The rough was just uncut knee length grass. Nearly impossible to find a lost ball in it. The ponds were stagnant pools of brown water. The greens were nearly unplayable. Extremely slow.. rough... diseased... dead portions. When checking in, I was told only the back 9 were open as there were problems with the greens on the front 9.
I gave it 1 star only because the system would not allow me to give it 0.
This was a total waste of time and money
If I would have played for free it would have been too much to pay. The tee boxes were 3" high weeds and grass the fairways were 5" high weeds, the greens were filled with weeds and we could not get the ball to roll straight for six inches. Half the course was closed and when we got there we had to drive to a different location to pay. This makes me very afraid to book another round on golf now unless I know the course ahead of time.