Perry Country Club is a nine-hole, par-36 course located in New Lexington. The golf course was built in 1928, making it one of the state's older courses. There is mature landscaping throughout that sets its apart from younger courses. The mostly flat terrain of the course provides an enjoyable walk. The layout features bent grass greens and player-friendly fairways. There are a few water hazards that come into play as well as the occasional bunker, but overall the course is gentle enough for beginners to approach it with confidence. For more advanced players, it is excellent practice, especially for the price. It is not the most challenging golf course you will play in Ohio, but the traditional layout still provides an enjoyable round for all skill levels.