Dayton Country Club
The private course at Dayton Country Club is a challenging course with a traditional layout. There are several difficult elements coming into play, making it an excellent course for experienced golfers looking for a challenge. The terrain of the golf course is very hilly, causing many uneven lies. The fairways are quite narrow and tree-lined, making straight tee shots a priority. The large, undulating greens are very fast and well protected by bunkers. There are also water hazards that come into play on eleven holes. Dayton Country Club boasts a putting area and chipping green for golfers to use as well.
|Red (W)||72||5136 yards||71.0||128|
|Blue M: 70.7/129||393||202||509||327||228||525||322||401||352||3259||172||469||430||506||374||389||163||335||205||3043||6302|
|White M: 69.3/122 W: 74.2/127||369||182||488||312||193||483||300||385||344||3056||156||458||392||462||352||365||145||311||187||2828||5884|
|Red M: 66.0/118 W: 70.7/119||314||160||378||297||169||438||204||370||307||2637||130||405||342||428||307||308||111||300||168||2499||5136|
Classic Donald Ross
I've been playing this classic Donald Ross layout since I was a kid, and it never gets old. It's the toughest 6,400 yards you'll ever play, with severely sloping greens, narrow fairways and significant undulation. Some very memorable holes, including the par 3 second, the par 4 fifteenth and the par 3 eighteenth.