Raintree Country Club
|Red (W)||72||5030 yards||68.5||114|
|Blue M: 73.2/129||403||470||429||184||346||405||508||187||408||3340||355||160||355||461||411||538||161||428||539||3408||6748|
|White M: 69.3/124||351||430||366||171||304||351||485||145||370||2973||335||134||336||411||322||498||144||376||496||3052||6025|
|Gold M: 67.0/119 W: 70.2/120||327||427||287||160||289||333||432||128||360||2743||315||115||318||381||303||482||133||356||445||2848||5591|
|Green W: 69.1/118||286||411||276||132||250||297||423||105||334||2514||250||86||254||321||253||406||125||342||402||2439||4953|
Food & BeverageBar, Snacks, Grill
Available FacilitiesLounge, Banquet Facilities, Showers, Lockers
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Ohio
I was first person to teeoff after frost delay. Made the turn in 1:20. Played 10 and 11 and then..WHAM!!!! To my surprise there was a foursome in front of me. They obviously had teed off the back first. Not sure if they were told to or did it on their own. Either way, they did not decide to let me play through until the 17th hole!!!
THE WEATHER IN OHIO IS NEVER TO BE EXPECTED, AND THIS WEEK IS THE PERFECT EXAMPLE. TODAY 76 AND LITTLE BREEZE. WONDERFUL TO PLAY !
Sand all over
Sand everywhere...and aeration divots all over the course. Stacked all up and down the fairways. Still $37.50 per person to play...absolutely unable to putt @ all. Worst course (condition wise) that I’ve played all year. Other courses are aerating and it’s not even close how poorly cleaned up this course was...
Pace of play terrible. Course in bad shape.
This course is always in great shape, but the place of play was terrible. We had two threesomes in front of us that we had to forcefully play through, then five-Some in front that we never were able to play through. The driving range is almost unusable, and the fairways/greens were in terrible shape. Greens were aerated with more sand than a bunker.
Raintree is now city owned...just don’t be behind a first timers outing.
Overall, the course was in good shape. Much better than what I remember before the city took over. Rates we okay; comparable to some courses in the area. The biggest challenge of the day was a very SLOW outing that was ahead of our group. Nearly all were first time players. More importantly, it was stroke play. Should’ve been a shotgun start with scramble at least. Of course, we cannot control the paying patrons on the course with us. Other than that, a good time was had by all. Definitely plan on visiting again in the future.
Best golf dollar for dollar
Close to home ,inexpensive, in decent condition course can't go wrong with there...
there was a junior achievement golf outing ahead of our 12:30 tee time. front nine was a bit slow, but picked up the pace on the back nine...
Nice Sunday morning round
Raintree is a decent local course. Not too challenging but a competitive NE Ohio tract. Played on a Sunday morning and finished in a little over four hours which isn’t terrible for a weekend. You can score well even if you miss fairways. Most fairways are wide enough.
The par 3s aren’t difficult but some involve water. I’ve played this course dozen of times so knowing how to navigate the course helps. First timers could see difficulty.
Play the course. Especially during the week with better rates. You’ll enjoy it...
Horrible Management = Slow Play, AGAIN!!!!
I swore I would never play this course again because management not only tolerates slow play, it causes it. Once again they sell a tee-time to a two-some right behind a golf outing. We had no choice but to skip several holes only to wind up behind a five-some. One staff person claimed they do not permit five-somes and another immediately chimed in with a "Yes, we do.".
Clueless-ness runs rampant at Raintree.
We were told the driving range was closed, yet 7 people were hitting balls on the range.
I have been told that the city of Green took over the course and then hired outside professionals to manage it. Somebody made a really bad choice...