Belmont Hills Country Club
|Silver Combo||72||5311 yards||65.8||118|
|White (W)||74||4878 yards||70.1||121|
|Black M: 70.5/130||407||172||492||348||376||544||203||332||354||3228||497||199||477||395||156||367||349||276||339||3055||6283|
|Blue M: 68.9/127 W: 74.2/133||394||164||461||334||342||526||191||314||335||3061||476||176||465||385||149||327||334||263||326||2901||5962|
|Blue/White M: 65.8/118||394||100||461||319||280||526||175||269||232||2756||320||142||465||341||128||296||334||263||266||2555||5311|
|White M: 64.4/115 W: 70.1/121||389||100||342||319||280||363||175||269||232||2469||320||142||348||341||128||296||314||254||266||2409||4878|
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Classic Devereux Emmet Course
One of only a handful of Emmet courses in this neck of the woods as he designed most of his courses in and around NYC. His courses always have wild greens with a lot of movement and Belmont Hills does not disappoint.
This is a must play if in the area to play a classic gem.
A Short and Worthwhile Detour off I-70 in Eastern Ohio
Belmont Hills was designed by Devereux Emmet, a Golden Age architect who did the original design for Congressional and a bunch of private clubs in the northeast that I couldn't get into. The course is a tutorial in how to take a short hilly piece of property and make a very engaging test of golf without moving much dirt. The staff is very friendly and the greens are in good shape and hold well struck shots. The price [ $48 for a round with cart on a weekday afternoon] is very reasonable. The course and facilities need investment, which is probably why it is now semi-private. But, all in all, a very pleasant and memorable round.