Opened in 1960, Worthington Hills Country Club stands out from many other golf courses in central Ohio thanks to its mature landscape. Charlie Lorms designed the course, drawing much of his inspiration from the work of Donald Ross. The classic layout features carefully contoured mounding and strategically placed bunkers. The course's major challenges lie in the demanding greens. The club boasts that they are the most notorious in the area. The greens play extremely fast and feature subtle, well designed slopes that you may not notice directly but your ball definitely will. Not only are they challenging, they are also impeccably groomed and maintained to championship-quality standards. Water hazards also come into play, most notably on Worthington Hills Country Club's signature second hole. This scenic par 4 features a retaining wall surrounding the tricky water hazard.