Hemlock Springs Golf Club, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Geneva, Ohio.
Hemlock Springs is host of the Cleveland Browns- United Way Celebrity Golf Tournament and the U.S. Amateur Qualifier.
There are a variety of different types and lengths of holes at Hemlock, assuring that you will use every club in your bag. There is no chance of becoming bored with this challenging layout. The championship bentgrass greens are a joy to putt, and everyone enjoys Hemlock's "Amen Corner Midwest" (hole 10-13). These are as fine as any four back-to-back golf holes you are likely to ever play!
Hemlock Springs was designed by Ben Zink. The par-72 course first opened for play in 1961. The course plays to 6,820 yard (over 7,000 yards from the tips).
Hemlock was carved out of beautiful rolling terrain with six lakes and two streams providing an ample water supply and a few obstacles for players.
The current course record holder is 1999 British Open Champion, Ben Curtis, with a round of 65.
$31 (cart included), played on Wednesday, October 2008 at noon
Only real problem was the greens had been areated and sanded two days prior. We had made tee times two weeks in advance and they did not inform us of the greens being areated.
Latest Golf Course Reviews
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Sunday, January 2011 at 6am
STAY AWAY from Hemlock Springs! This place has gone into the toilet. The place keeps getting worse.
They filled in more bunkers, the nonexistent paths get worse every year - they pride themselves on the best greens in the area but they are always slow, bumpy, never rolled and always being messed with.
Not long before this place closes its doors - better off going to the many other great places in the area to play golf!