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Golf Course Detail
Specifics for Glenmoor Country Club
 
 
Overview : Basic club information
     
     
 
Glenmoor Country Club
 
 
4191 Glenmoore Rd NW
Canton, OH     44718
 
     
 
Club Phone :
  330-966-3602  
  Pro Shop Phone :   330-966-3602  
  Fax Number :   330-966-3611  
         
  Official Web Site :   N/A  
     
  County :   Stark  
  Status :   Private  
  Membership :   Past Member Club of the OGA  
     
  Number of Holes:   18  
  Year Founded :   1992  
     
 
 
     

Contacts : Club management and contacts
     
     
 
Superintendent :
  Rob Miller  
  Head Professional :   Shawn Grimes  
  Manager :   N/A  
         
  Course Designer :   Jack Nicklaus  
         
 
 
     


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Layout : Yards, slopes, ratings, and more
     
     
 
Tees
Yardage
Rating
Slope
Par
 
 
 
 
Men's
Ladies'
Men's
Ladies'
 
 
 
Gold
7018
74.5
N/A
140
N/A
72
 
 
Blue
6505
71.6
N/A
131
N/A
72
 
 
White
6008
69.0
N/A
123
N/A
72
 
 
Silver
5443
71.9
N/A
126
N/A
72
 
                 
           
 
                 


Greens : Greens and turn information
     
         
  Greens Grass :   Bent Grass  
  Fairways Grass :   Bent Grass  
         
  Water Hazards :   Yes  
  Number Sand Bunkers :   41-50  
         
  Greens Aerated :   September  
  Overseeding Schedule :   No Overseeding  
     
 
 
     


Fees : Green fees and costs
     
     
 
Weekday Peak Season (18 holes) :
$65.00
 
 
Weekday Peak Season (9 holes) :
$35.00
 
     
 
Weekends Peak Season (18 holes) :
$65.00
 
 
Weekends Peak Season (9 holes) :
$35.00
 
     
     
  Note : OhioGolf.org attempts to keep the green fees as accurate as possible, however prices change frequently. Please contact this course for the latest pricing information.    
     
 
 
     
Policies : Club rules and regulations
     
     
  Guest Policy :   Closed  
  Metal Spikes :   Not Allowed  
  Fivesomes :   Not Allowed  
         
  Dress Code :   No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required  
         
     
 
 
     


Pro Shop : pro shop hours and information
     
     
  Season Schedule :   Apr 1 to Oct 31  
  Tee Times :   Accepted  
  Earliest Tee Time :   7:30 AM  
  Online Tee Times :   N/A  
         
  Pro Shop Hours :   7:00 AM - N/A  
  Number of Annual Rounds :   N/A (estimated)  
     
 
 
     


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  Reviewer : jkmtjtmi  (2/3/2012 10:52:51 PM)  
  Rating :  
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  Reviewer : T A  (9/17/2007 9:47:57 AM)  
  Rating :  
  Just a beautiful place. Very Wide fairways afford an opportunity to get holes off to a good start. Approach shots are where this course can get you along with strategic water hazards that can take a good round and send it south. # 9 has so many bunkers that if you get in one off the tee you will probably get into more. Very playable from the gold tees if the course is firm even for medium hitters. #16 is a gem where a good drive can leave you 100 yards, but if you misclub you will end up either in the water short or over the green behind mounds and trees that make a bogey look very good. greens are medium fast and a joy to putt. If you get a chance please play it. The Director of golf is very much a people person and can add to the pleasure. Staff is excellent as well. If you get a chance to play it come early and take advantage of the wonderful locker room and practice facilities.  
     
 
 
     
  Reviewer : ED  (8/24/2006 7:55:13 PM)  
  Rating :  
  What a treat playing this beautiful course.The condition was superb,the Pro Shaun was first class and the staff made me feel special.I couldn't afford to join but thier golf/hotel packages are worth every penny.Treat yourself to a great round of golf.I'm going back next year.  
     
 
 
     
  Reviewer : Gary Faulkner  (10/20/2005 5:47:42 PM)  
  Rating :  
  I've played Firestone and I've played Glenmoor and Glenmoor is definitely better. Even if you hate golf, if you're traveling within a 100 miles of this place you owe it to yourself to book a room in the cozy 4 star hotel and become a Glenmoor member for a day. One nights respite complete with golf, a massage at the Spa, a New York style fine dining experience in the Black Heath, cigar and cognac in the Loch bar will cost you less than a couple of green fees, cart and a brown bag lunch at Firestone. Glenmoor is the best kept resort secret in North America. (If you happen to be there for the 4th of July, even better as the club puts on a 1st class fireworks show and cookout for its members.)  
     
 
 
     
  Reviewer : JO  (8/24/2005 10:21:23 AM)  
  Rating :  
  Outstanding golf course, one of the best in Ohio. Excellent greens, challenging holes and a great practice facility. Highly reccommended if you ca nget on.  
     
 
 
     
  Reviewer : Anonymous  (9/10/2001)  
  Rating :  
  Long. Very long. 7018 from the tips but easily plays 7200 or longer if your into the wind which for some reason always seems to be blowing. You get hardly any roll in the fairways due to the saddle like formation. If its raining, you can change the name to Glenmarsh. This course doesnt drain very well but it doesnt puddle up either. The greens are always in great shape but not alot of break to the putts like you'll find at Brookside CC or Congress Lake CC. Fairways are wide, greens are big but sometimes approach shots are into the narrow/shallow part of the green, making back spin on your ball a neccesity. It has a great 290 yd par 4 8th, that has a green protected by a pond making an iron off the tee necassary. This is the hole you'll see when you drive in the front gate. The "bears den", or as some of the members call it, the "bermuda triangle", consists of the 13th, 14th and 15th holes. 13, a 430-450 yd par 4 that plays like a par 5 if the wind is in your face, into a green that is very long and narrow, protected by sand and a lake on the left. 14, 165-190 par 3 all carry over the same lake as 13 to a very wide but very shallow green. A miss long lands you in a deep bunker that a bladed sandwedge will put you into the water. 15th is a very long, narrow par 5 that has out of bounds down the right, and water down the left almost up to the green which again, is wide but very shallow. Luck is on your side if you can emerge from the bears den with 3 pars. The only problem with Glenmoor is the scenary which in nothing but large homes after large homes. One of the toughest courses in northeastern ohio. A great Nicklaus design.  
     
 
 
   
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