Turtle Creek Golf Course
Formerly known as Greenville Country Club, Turtle Creek Golf Course has been around since 1921, making it one of the area's oldest courses. Despite its long history, the relatively unknown course is known as one of the Miami Valley's best-kept secrets. It has a traditional layout that sprawls across acres of lush countryside, situated just outside of Greenville. The landscape is fairly wooded, requiring a bit of accuracy in order to maneuver through some of the narrow openings provided by the trees. There is a stream meandering across the golf course that comes into play on several holes. A few strategically placed bunkers also lurk around some of the greens. Turtle Creek Golf Course is player friendly enough for beginners but it is still an interesting round for more advanced players.
|White (W)||72||5997 yards||75.0||131|
|Gold (W)||72||5422 yards||72.2||125|
|Red (W)||72||4986 yards||71.3||123|
|Blue M: 70.5/130||552||344||373||402||389||160||333||218||330||3101||355||230||573||454||524||370||348||165||383||3402||6503|
|White M: 68.9/126 W: 75.0/131||516||330||358||387||373||137||309||197||313||2920||322||187||528||383||467||342||333||160||355||3077||5997|
|Gold M: 66.6/121 W: 72.2/125||492||318||348||375||349||116||231||165||282||2676||312||162||493||357||461||245||292||140||284||2746||5422|
|Red M: 63.1/115 W: 71.0/123||442||317||305||341||348||108||225||126||246||2458||311||115||442||311||418||245||291||112||283||2528||4986|
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Course is fairly opened on front nine once you make the turn be prepared for a tough back nine. It is a good challenge for all golfers. would play again next time i'm in town.
Management was sub par!
During a public outing, on a public course, we were unable to attain a golf cart for a disabled spectator. Derek refused access to a cart, even though others were riding in carts that day. He said it was due to the wet conditions. She had proof in the form of a doctor's note, handicap placard, as well as a card from a surgeon that she uses at the airport to allow her access to the handicap mobility programs. We left the course and will (obviously) not return. He was rude and attempted to humiliate her, stating he was not a mass transit provider, as well as not allowing her a mobility device of her own on the course.
This course is great
Had a great day playing golf and the course is in great shape
This is a fun course
Went there and had a great time playing around of golf. The greens are in great shape as is the course it self. The people there are friendly and helpful would go there again for sure.
I thought the senior tees on the longer par 4s didn't give an advantage for senior golfers. Second shot were 175-185 yds. 65 yrs old and over most likely can't get on the green in regulation.
Course mngmt should consider moving those tees up on the longer par 4s. Second shot should be 150-160 with a good drive
I probably won't play it again however golfers should give in try once. Tee it up!
County Club feel at a Public Price
This course has a beautiful layout. Wooded with creeks running through on both sides. Front 9 is easier than the back 9. Staff treats us wonderfully everytime we are there. Drive from Indiana twice a week to play this course. Absolutely love it!
Staff is always friendly and accomodating. I ordered a chicken/bacon/ranch pizza to go. It was great. Always enjoy the course. It's my favorite in the area.
Challenging layout. Nice greens. We really enjoyed playing the course. Food is awesome as well
This place is a gemstone. The fairways are in great shape and the greens as well. The food inside is very well prepared and service of all staff members is friendly. This course is very fair; no matter your skill level this course is challenging and better yet “fun.” Looking forward to my next visit. As with every golf course nowadays a few of the cart paths can use some maintenance.
Great mature challenging course, Fun time! Out there a ways from Dayton
Love playing Turtle creek a few times a year. A bit of a drive from Dayton, but worth the drive. Affordable rates for how the course plays. We got on the course around 615AM, asked for the first tee time. There was a 2some walking in front of us that skipped directly to the tee ahead of us, not a problem because they sped up their pace of play and got out of our way after a few holes.
The course was in good condition, but there are some areas of improvement that could be better. The greens aren't as fast as you would think, but pretty true. The tee boxes are uneven throughout the course and should be looked at and see if this can be addressed. The bunkers need some attention on some holes as well. Other than that, the course plays well and can be challenging. Posted a 78 and felt like the course was a challenge.
Great day at Turtle Creek
Beautiful, Challenging course. Good food with specials daily.
Overall, good experience. Course was in good shape given the cold, wet spring we have had. The only complaint would be that the pin positions on the green did not correspond with the number system that the clubhouse gave us. I. E. The pins were supposed to be in the number three position which on the first hole would’ve been at the very front of the green. The pin was actually at the very back of the green. At least half of the holes were like this.