Chapel Hill Golf Course

Your trip to Mount Vernon is not complete if you haven’t visited the Chapel Hill Golf Club.

The golf club offers a great way to enjoy a scenic view of Mount Vernon from the hills. The Chapel Hill Golf Club sits on 190 acres of the former Mount Vernon Bible College. Nelson Smith and Terry Wells constructed the Chapel Hill Golf club in 1994, and it finally opened its doors to the public in 1996. Located at 7516 Johnstown Road, Mount Vernon, the Golf club is open from 7 am till dawn.

 

The Chapel Hill Golf Course consists of five sets of tees between 4,400 to 6,950 yards, ideal for all players. The Golf course boasts watered fairways, 18- holes and a 150 seat shelter house. Other features include a long driving range and a pro shop that serves drinks and snacks at affordable prices. The golf club also provides lessons for beginners and kids if you are new to golf.

 

The golf course layout sprawls over hills providing a scenic view of Mount Vernon’s countryside. While there are some challenging holes, The 11th and 7th par holes are Chapel Hills signature holes. Facilities at the golf course include rental carts and clubs, a driving range and pro in house.

 

Chapel Hill organizes events such as Lanning’s cup tournament and the Ohio fallen heroes memorial to honor Ohio’s men and women who served in the military. The chapel hill golf club offers junior and senior memberships at competitive rates. The golf club is open to the public, and you can get a pass at affordable prices ranging from $15 to 25 on weekdays and weekends. Tee time fees range from $28 to 37 depending on the day you visit the golf club.

 

Here is what people say about the Chapel Hill golf club: “We play here every year. It is about an hour and a half drive for us, but we go for the day. This year 24 of us went, and all bought the all-inclusive package; $54 during the week gets you unlimited golf, six free drinks, 3 free sandwiches and 3 free snacks. We always play a normal 18 and then scramble in the afternoon for another 18. Both finishing holes on each side can ruin your round, they both have a pond right in front of the green, and you have to hit a good enough tee shot to have a decent shot to the green or ker plunk. The carts have built-in GPS and we compared it to our Garmin and laser range finders, and it was right on. The personnel made sure we had a good time and invited us back.”

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