Playing golf courses that have houses and apartments lining every hole can take a toll on your psyche. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to let one loose off the tee without worrying about what possible damage a wayward drive could cause?
Colonial Pines Golf Club in Bethel offers the golfer exactly that opportunity.
Located off of State Route 222, Colonial Pines offers golfers who are wearied by the constant presence of residences along the course a quite respite in the rolling hills of Clermont County.
Only 25 minutes from I-275, the course is close enough to the highway that you don’t feel like you’re making a roadtrip course, but far enough away that the hustle and bustle of the freeway is only an afterthought.
Situated on 127 acres, Colonial Pines offers 18 holes designed by Robert Taylor and bordered by Big Indian Creek with six lakes totaling 11 acres gives the golfer the challenge that is needed to bring out the best in your game.
The par-70 layout spans 5,966 yards from the back tees and can be as short as 4,673 from the front tee boxes. Although on the short side compared to other courses around the area, the expertly laid holes and difficult green complexes will give even the most skilled golfer a run for his money.
Even with water present on half of the holes, you still get the feeling of being out in the country with a links golf feel.
The contoured greens and heather lining the fairways give you feelings of playing in a different country, when just as easily you can get to the next tee box and feel right at home.
Colonial Pines offers premium golf at a reasonable price. At $24 for a weekend round of 18 holes plus a cart, there are few courses in Ohio that can beat the price.
Colonial Pines can also be used to host a party or wedding. The clubhouse at Colonial Pines offers a comfortable and casual atmosphere with indoor and outdoor seating. The clubhouse can fit up to 200 people and the course has competitive prices options available on their website, colonialpinesgolfclub.com or call at (513) 876-4653.