Mound Golf Course
Mound Golf Course is perched atop Mound Hill, next to the historic Indian Mound Park. Their names all originate from the one of the park's most memorable sites, the largest conical mound in North America. The course has been called one of the best nine-hole layouts in Miami Valley both for its design and the views, which stretch all the way the historic mound. The lengthy par-5 third hole is the number one handicap hole on the golf course. It is a double dogleg left with two fairway bunkers, out-of-bounds, and strategically positioned trees. The second shot needs to be long and straight or you'll be faced with a less than optimal approach. Mound Golf Course's last hole offers one last bit of scenic respite with a stunning view of Miamisburg.
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Classic Nipper Campbell Course
Another classic Alex Nipper Campbell golf course. It is only 9 Holes, but when you get done , you will wish the built 18. Quite hilly course that uses the elevation changes well and has some very well places greens.
3 hour nine
I am a member at Mound I normally play early on weekends. There are only 9 holes so there is always a backup at the turn if you play 18.
Today (Saturday) my wife and I decided to walk 9 holes at 11am
We quit after 7 holes because it took 2 hours and 17 minutes to play 7 holes. At that pace it's
2 hours and 56 minutes for 9 holes. I never saw a ranger after teeing off on the first hole. It seems like after they get your money they don't care if you have an enjoyable time or not. The management and staff are very nice and friendly people but once you are on the course you are on your own