Ironwood Golf Course
|Black M: 69.7/118||442||218||347||350||447||175||493||442||469||3383||391||201||420||333||342||341||342||149||462||2981||6364|
|Blue M: 68.3/115 W: 70.5/119||431||206||335||340||426||139||480||421||455||3233||368||171||412||318||335||316||331||138||454||2843||6076|
|White M: 67.9/113 W: 68.6/115||387||190||322||321||360||119||455||411||442||3007||349||151||352||304||265||304||299||127||434||2585||5592|
|Green M: 67.1/110 W: 67.9/112||365||112||288||280||318||107||439||325||431||2665||295||110||322||292||238||273||229||85||414||2258||4923|
Played this course for an outing this past weekend. Fun course, challenging par 3s and reachable par 5s make it an interesting day!
What is That Other Guy is Talking About?
I play Ironwood 25-30 times per summer and have done so for the last 15 years.
The other review posted here is nonsense.
The fees for this place are incredibly reasonable. The golf course conditions are better than they ever have been; for the last two seasons they have been great! And Bob Brown and his staff are some of the nicest people I know.
In the fall of 2014, nearly every golf course in Northeast Ohio had a problem with skunks digging for grubs. To make this the reason for a negative review shows a lack of knowledge about golf course operations.
Ironwood is a fun, affordable, well-run course.
Played this course weekly in a league over twenty years ago, has not changed much, but it has deteriorated considerably. Trees have overgrown tees, and fairways causing turf problems due to lack of sun and air. Fairways were thin and torn in up in many spots by raccoons or skunks digging for all the grubs in the turf. Much of the back nine is in a flood plain leading to wet fairways and signs to please stay on the cart path. The "$30 fall rate" was way too much for this course and conditions. Would not have played here if the wife had not had a gift certificate that we wanted to use. There are many courses in the area in better shape that charge a much more reasonable green fee.