Introduced in 1930 by property identifier Donald Ross, and original architect Bill Diddel, Kenwood Country Club hosted the US Amateur just three years after opening, followed by the 1954 Western Open, and the 1963 US Women’s Open. The grounds boasts 36 holes laid out over the 341 acre property with some of the best vistas in the state of Ohio. The club also features a strong caddie program with over 170 Evans Scholars.
The Kendale Course was renovated and restored by the Fry/Straka golf course design team who have been heralded for their extraordinary project on Kendale. The terrain of the course is gentle and subtle that blends beautifully amongst the natural landscape. The course plays to over 7,100 yards with low entry, high exit bunkering, incredible sight lines, and features firm and fast greens.
The Kenview Course has a contrasting look and feel, as it navigates its way up and down the majestic slopes of the course. Narrow fairways with demanding green complexes makes it a true test for the ultimate shot maker.
Kenwood is a Distinguished Emerald Club of the World with an Elite distinction and has been awarded a Top 50 Golf Range Association of America Private Facility, and features multiple award winning PGA Professionals.