Scioto Country Club
- Holes: 18
- Par: 70
- Length: 7140 yards
- Slope: 142
- Rating: 74.3
Tees | Layout | Full Scorecard
|Silver/Member (W)||73||5508 yards||72.6||128|
|Green/Member (W)||73||5149 yards||71.0||126|
Founded in 1916, Scioto Country Club's heritage is among the richest in all of golf. The course was designed by acclaimed architect Donald Ross and is also where a young Jack Nicklaus honed his game under the watchful eye of the legendary teaching professional Jack Grout.
Scioto Country Club is a member of an elite group of clubs that has hosted five different major championships, including the U.S. Open (1926), the Ryder Cup Matches (1931), the PGA Championship (1950), the U.S. Amateur Championship (1968) and the U.S. Senior Open Championship (1986).
The par-71 golf course measures 7,140 yards from the back tees. It carries a rating of 74.3 and a slope rating of 142.