Par 3 at Reeves Golf Course
The Reeves Golf Course offers kind and wide fairways on a traditional layout, with diminutive elevated greens providing the tests, and the par-3 golf course and great-big driving range providing the practice.
The golf course architect Jack Kidwell designed the par-3 golf course at the Reeves Golf Course, which measures 1,110 yards and opened in 1973.
Because the Reeves Golf Course is a municipal golf course, golfers can golf 18 holes on the par-3 golf course for dirt-cheap. To ensure getting on the par-3 golf course, book two days in advance.
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Pro was unprofessional
Got there 20 minutes early for tee time and into the clubhouse 15 minutes before tee time. Stood inside and waited for him to come in while chatting with the concession worker. Finally walked in 2 minutes after our tee time and proceeded to lecture us on how we needed to arrive prior to tee time.
@jwest1532 we are sorry to hear you were treated this way upon your arrival. We will remind our staff the importance of being respectful to everyone and their time. We hope you were still able to enjoy your time on the course and will visit again soon.
Good Course When Dry
When this place isn't flooded its a decent track to get a round in. Its wide open for the most part which allows you to find almost any wayward tee shot. Greens are fair and moderate.
Open and forgiving course
Although the course is tight as far as the greens being close to the tee boxes, the course is very open and forgiving. Few chances of losing balls or having an unavailable shot if you hit a bad shot. Course was in good shape and place of play was great.
@sean4ky we are glad you were able to get out to the course this Spring and enjoy your round of golf at Reeves. We hope you join us for another round soon!
i loved the course. the greens were in great shape. My only two concerns were that I didnt think the holes were marked very good as far as where the next hole was. Also, when we made the turn you couldnt get a hot dog or anything, just a snack. maybe because its late in the season...but i would defintely play again.
Fun course for a beginner
I took my 16 year old newbie son to this course. The layout was simple but good for him, since he’s a high handicap. The greens and fairways were in good shape but the rough was kind of “rough”. I would play there again.
Fairways somewhat narrow. Rough very lush at this time and often difficult to find balls. Not very pretty course ( flat, few old trees). Greens fair, and fairly quick. Fairways aren’t always mowed to green, so some approach shots will bounce to green, but others will hang up in rough. This lack of consistency makes approach shots difficult to gauge. Probably fairly priced, but quality courses available nearby for modest increase in prices.
Good experience provided by the CRC
relatively wide open with some trees, some taller unplayable areas, pretty flat, thick rough and varying width of fairways, quick, low cut greens in good condition with no edges on the cups. Made for an enjoyable round, albeit a bit more challenging than anticipated (but in a good way).
A Cincinnati classic
played the regulation course with a buddy and two random guys. Fun morning! It's not the most challenging course, but it's a Cincinnati classic. Always love seeing the planes fly in and take off at Lunken. Can't wait for "covid" to be over so they're not jerks about the mask and cup rules. Oh well.