Golf Courses Near Hamilton, OH
If you like all things indoors and outdoors, Hamilton, a city 20 miles north of Cincinnati, is worth checking out. Named after America’s first secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton, this city of around 65,000 residents has all kinds of restaurants, coffee shops, a few museums, a brewery or winery or two. Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum is one of the area’s unique attractions, showcasing outdoor works of art, while visitors can also relax at the Vinkolet Winery and Restaurant or take in a vintage drive-in movie experience at the Holiday Auto Theatre. Golfers will find Hamilton to their liking as well with tee times being offered at several outstanding public golf courses. Among the most popular offerings is 27-hole Hamilton Elks Golf Club, which has an 18-hole Donald Ross course that first opened in 1925 as well as another nine holes designed by modern architect Michael Hurdzan. Walden Ponds, also by Hurdzan as well as partner Dana Fry, and Twin Run Golf Course are other good 18-hole public layouts.