Par 3 at Little Miami Golf Center
The Little Miami Rivers banks house the Little Miami Golf Center, offering two nine-hole options - a regulation course and a par-3 course - as well as a covered and heated tee line shelter driving range and 18 holes of mini-golf. The par-3 golf course is a recent addition, opening in 2005 and featuring bigger bentgrass greens, mounding and bunkers, with holes ranging from 75 to 140 yards.
The par-3 golf course at the Little Miama Golf Center is basically a practice golf course, but then there's also a practice area, on natural turf, that provides target greens as well as a chipping space.
The par-3 golf course at the Little Miami Golf Center measures 1033 yards.
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Fun Par 3
Great Par 3 with a variety of holes. Worth checking out to warm up your game.
Wonderful course and overall area
I have played the par 3 here since I was young, but now I play the regulation course regularly and I always enjoy doing so. It is well maintained and the staff are friendly. Also the rates are affordable and the practice areas are great.
you get what you pay for
this is a pretty easy course but it still has some difficult holes which is nice. There are a lot of bad spots on the course where it is not well maintained. but worst of all, the pace of play is EXTREMELY SLOW. if you want to go out after work and play a quick round, you better hope it is not crowded. On a positive note relating to that, it is pretty easy to jump from hole to hole and pass groups in the middle based off of the layout. Not terrible but pace of play is a reason I don't golf there as frequently.
Little Miami has always been a course I enjoy playing once or twice a year. but this year the course is in the worst shape I have even seen it. There are a lot of ruined spots on the greens. The fairways are thinner than they have ever been. It's sad that the parks treat his course so poorly compared to the other courses.