About the Course
Stretching over 167 acres of naturally wooded, rolling terrain, Bent Tree Golf Club is one of the best championship courses in central Ohio. Designed by Dennis Griffiths, this top rated golf course features bent grass tees, fairways and greens, as well as many bunkers and abundant water.
Bent Tree Golf Club has a practice facility to cover all of your needs. The driving range features twenty stalls of bent grass hitting area. The large putting green has ample undulation, helping you to hone your stroke. Range memberships are also available. Please call (740) 965-5140 for more information.
In addition to the Bent Tree Golf Club’s championship golf course, we offer the amenities of an elegant clubhouse with a relaxing outdoor patio, a grill room for casual dining and a beautiful banquet facility for up to 200 guest for your corporate outing, wedding reception or business meeting. Practice facilities are also available for you to hone your game.
Conveniently located one mile east of I-71 on State Route 36, Bent Tree Golf Club has everything to make your next round of golf the most fun you have ever had.
You have the potential for birdie on this dogleg left hole. If you can avoid the fairway bunkers protecting the left side of the landing area and place your approach below the pin on this green, which slopes from back to front, you can shoot this hole below par.
This hole requires three accurate shots for those hoping for a birdie. The tee shot must fit between the bunker on the right side of the fairway and out of bounds, which runs the entire left side of the hole. The lay up must flirt with the pond resting just to the right of the ideal landing area. Once you have navigated the first two shots, you must play a perfect pitch uphill to an undulating green guarded by bunkers. Birdie on this hole is a great score
This is an aerial photo of the green. This short par four measures only 334 yards, but is surrounded by bunkers on all sides. Accuracy is a must.
This hole is the perfect finish to the front nine. The tee shot doesn’t have to be long, just accurate. Once you have found this tree-lined fairway, make sure that you take enough club on your second shot. The second plays uphill to a very undulating green guarded by bunkers front and back. Par is a good score and birdie is a great finish to the front nine.