Kenwood Country Club proudly boasts two original William Diddel designed golf courses of exceptional quality. The two Championship 18-hole golf courses provide a timeless setting where members can enjoy a great game of golf on two of Cincinnati’s finest courses. The facility also includes a practice range, two practice putting greens and a short game practice area.
The Kendale Course, par 72, is a traditional design with tree-lined fairways, strategically placed bunkers and fast, undulating greens. Kendale is a great gem, with 7 sets of tees and one combo set, ranging from 7,142-4,247 yards, which accommodates all skill sets of golfers and challenges the best of shot-makers. The rolling hills course offers an abundance of sand and water, promising an exciting game each time you play. A $5M renovation has just been completed to revive this course to its original glory, following three years of preparation and master planning. Kenwood’s Kendale Course hosted the U.S. Amateur in 1933, the 1954 Western Open and the 1963 U.S. Women’s Open.
The Kenview Course is a par 70 with 6,415 yards of challenging diversity and is a great complement to the Kendale Course. You don’t have to be a long hitter to score well on the Kenview Course, but accuracy is rewarded. The rolling greens are very challenging and will test anyone’s short game. You’ll certainly remember the Kenview Course for its challenge and beautiful vistas.