150 yard stakes, sprinkler heads, and random markers spread across the fairways which are measured to the center of the green
Daily hole location diagrams provided to golfers
The Golf Club at Stonelick Hills was designed by Jeff Osterfeld with visions of a pure golf environment, not a real estate deal disguised as a Golf Club. There are only a few home sites and they will be out of play, not in plain view of the golfer, leaving this layout virtually undisturbed by residential development. Ranked 4th Best Public Access Golf Course in State of Ohio by Golf Week, and tied for 7th in America's Top Ten Best New Public Golf Courses for 2005 by Golf Digest, Stonelick Hills is a premier golf facility in the tri-state area.
Clubhouse amenities include a fully stocked pro shop, banquet facilities, Stoney's Pub, a crow's nest patio with areal views of the 9th and 18th greens, and a friendly staff. The state of the art practice facilities features a full 1-1/2acres of beautiful bent grass tee space with eight target greens of varying distance, and a practice fairway bunker. There is also short game practice green with a sand bunker for chipping and putting, and a putting only green near the 1st tee. We don't often get to practice out of the long grass, this practice area provides hitting stations set up in the bluegrass rough. For a pictorial review of this course, click on the review link near the top of this page.
From Cincinnati: Take I-275 (Exit #59) toward Hillsboro (S.R. 50 East). At the stop light, turn right and follow S.R. 50 east for exactly 6 miles. Entrance drive is on left, look for a large white barn.