The Beckett Ridge championship golf course was laid out in 1975 by famed architect Jack Kidwell, who designed and renovated more than 100 courses in Ohio as well creating courses in Florida, Indiana and Kentucky.
The Course has always been top-ranked in Southwest Ohio, known for its well-groomed fairways and greens. But it's also popular because it has five par-5s and five par-3s.
In designing the 6,857-yard course, Kidwell made excellent use of the rolling terrain with some of the finest views that you can see for miles around. You'll find meandering streams and mature trees that provide deep green shade in summer and blazing reds and golds in the fall. Four sets of tees are available to challenge all levels of golfers and strategy will play an important role in your round.