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Course Guidelines

With six courses convientally located around the Greater Cincinnati area, the Cincinnati Recreation Commission Golf Courses provide a golfing opportunity for all skill levels.
The CRC Golf Courses’ goal is to treat each guest to a safe and enjoyable golfing experience. The following rules have been established to achieve this.

We encourage you to review our full facility rules & guidelines document for more information on any of these sections before visiting:

  1. General Golf Course Rules
  2. Tee Time Reservations
  3. Age Restrictions
  4. Golf Car Rentals
  5. Alcohol Policy
  6. Personal Coolers
  7. Etiquette / Pace of Play
  8. Adverse Weather
  9. Organized School Golf Matches / Practice
  • All persons on or about golf course premises assume all risk of injury/loss to themselves or personal property, and also assume all liability to others for their acts.
  • We reserve the right to refuse admission to the golf course or clubhouse, and to cancel playing privileges at any time.
  • Each Player must have a receipt from the golf shop.
  • Each player must have their own bag and clubs (Rental sets are available on a first come / first served basis).
  • No more than four (4) players will be permitted to play in the same group at any time.
    • Golf Professional may approve fivesomes for outings that will not share golf course with daily fee play.
  • Golf Professional reserves the right to pair up golfers whenever possible.
  • Holes must be played in order.
    • The golf professional reserves the right to alter the starting hole or tee off format.
  • Playing more than one golf ball per person is not permitted on the golf course.
  • Pets are not permitted on the golf course, driving range or practice areas.


Pace of play is important to every golfer, and we are working hard to make sure pace is a priority because we respect everyone's time.

  • Play from the correct tee box for your skill level.
  • Always be ready to hit when it's your turn.
  • Go easy on practice swings.
  • Think ahead about where and how you will hit your next shot.
  • Drop your teammate off at their ball on the way to yours.
  • Park your cart for easy access after your shot.
  • Limit your time searching for lost golf balls.
  • Record scores on the next tee box.
  • Don't worry about the group behind you, make sure you are keeping up with the group in front of you.
  • Allow and invite faster groups to play through if there is space on the course ahead of you.
  • We look forward to having you on course with us!
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