Designed on the site of an old dairy farm in 1898, the course features nine holes with several sets of tees on each hole. Each hole has a unique design, bringing you a new experience each time you play. Our course is a scenic wooded landscape, with rolling hills and a meandering creek that features in five of the nine holes. For a spectacular view of the Mill Creek Valley, there are few better than the sweeping vista from the 8th tee. Men’s par is 72 at 6,187 yards; women’s par is 74 at 5,347 yards. It’s a great test of golf for all levels of play. There is a separate practice area including a driving range, multiple putting greens and sand bunkers. Whether you’re renting a cart or enjoying the walk, it’s well worth taking the time to appreciate the beauty of Wyoming’s nine-hole course.
Meet the Golf Professionals
Chad Ammer, PGA
Chad Ammer is the head golf professional at Wyoming Golf Club. Chad is known in the greater Cincinnati area for his outstanding high level of play as well as his successful teaching methods. He and his staff are very welcoming and go out of their way to ensure a satisfying visit for members and guests alike.
Meet the Club Greens Superintendent
Craig Leming, Golf Course Superintendent
The Greens Superintendent of Wyoming Golf Club is Craig Leming. Craig was born in Dayton, OH and earned his Turfgrass Management Degree in June, 1980 from Clark Technical College (new Clark State University in Springfield, OH). Craig started on the greens crew of WGC in September of 1980 and became the Head Superintendent in November of 1981. Craig and his crew bring an unmatched level of expertise to work each day. Their skill and dedication is reflected in the immaculate condition of the golf course year after year. Widely regarded as one of the best conditioned golf courses in the city each year, Wyoming Golf Club and its members benefit on a daily basis from the depth of expertise that Craig and his team bring to the club.