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Cheapest Weekday Golf in Central Ohio

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Mornin!

I'm a third-year law student, and I've set up my schedule to have large chunks of time during the day for studying golf. To play a lot of golf, my cost per round has to be pretty cheap. I'm in Columbus. You other Ohioans out there, what's the cheapest 18-hole golf around that isn't an utter dog track? Thanks!

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The problem with columbus is, the amount of private golf courses to public. Dayton, and NE ohio have alot better selection...

I've played Winding Hollow the past three years on a yearly golf trip, and its a very good course. But its 50 bucks to play it. So not sure how much your looking for. About a 25-30 minute drive south is Cooks Creek, that has 30 dollar play after 2pm, and is a very good golf course. Also, about 35 minutes west is Granville country club, which is a very good course for about 40 dollars walking..

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Walnut Hill is pretty cheap.  I think its something like $12 for 9 holes.

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A lot of the cheaper courses arent even on Golfnow.

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Blackhawk, Clover Valley and Safari are all nice and reasonably priced.

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Originally Posted by GaijinGolfer

A lot of the cheaper courses arent even on Golfnow.



Really? I didn't know that. Is that for all of GolfNow or just in Ohio. I did a quick search in Ohio for tomorrow and got rates at 3 different courses....... 18 holes with cart tax included for 13,16, 17 or 18 bucks.

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Check out Champions. It's in a rough neighborhood and it's no frills but a great track. I'm a member at another club in town and I still play Champions several times a year.
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In addition to GolfNow, try EZLinks.  The biggest problem is finding a single spot.

Thought I read a month ago or so that Walnut Hill is being shuttered.

I've been spoiled the last few years because our office has a huge outing at a course that give us member priveliges.

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