Sharon Woods Golf Course is truly a classic course, opened by renowned golfer Bobby Jones in 1938.
Sharon Woods Golf Course is the oldest of the six golf courses operated by Great Parks of Hamilton County. Opened by legendary golfer Bobby Jones in 1938, the course has stood the test of time and offers something for everyone, including beginner 6-hole leagues, outings, instructional programs, family events and competitions. Known for being a tough test of golf, the layout features holes where birdies can be made, as well as holes that will test everything you have to make par. After your round, you can relax with a cold drink and a sandwich in the clubhouse or on the patio area that overlooks the #7 and #9 holes. Whether wanting to see if your game is up to the challenge or just wanting to relax and play with family or friends, Sharon Woods is the place for you!
11355 Swing Road
Sharonville, OH 45241
About the Course
Sharon Woods is a par 70, playing to 6,633 yards from the back tees. With six sets of tees, players of all levels can enjoy the classic layout designed by William Diddle. Built on rolling terrain, players will need every club in the bag. The par 4 #3 has often been referred to as the toughest hole in the city, and the par 3 #8 features a majestic view as your ball travels downhill to the waiting green.
Dates Weekday Weekend January* 9 a.m.–dark 9 a.m.–dark February* 9 a.m.–dark 8:30 a.m.–dark March 8 a.m.–dark 7:45 a.m.–dark April 7:30 a.m.–dark 7 a.m.–dark May 7 a.m.–dark 6:30 a.m.–dark June 7 a.m.–dark 6:30 a.m.–dark July 7 a.m.–dark 6:30 a.m.–dark August 7 a.m.–dark 7 a.m.–dark September 7:30 a.m.–dark 7:30 a.m.–dark October 8 a.m.–dark 8 a.m.–dark November 8:30 a.m.–dark 8 a.m.–dark December 9 a.m.–dark 9 a.m.–dark
Closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving day and Christmas day. Golf shops are only open until noon on Christmas Eve.
18-hole Greens Fees:
Riding Cart Rate/$14.95 (plus tax)
9-Hole Greens Fees:
Riding Cart Rate/$7.48 (plus tax)
Winter rates began November 1.
Note: All course fees are per person. Senior rates apply to those 60 and older and are available weekdays (excluding holidays, league play, outings and tournaments.) Junior rates (17 and younger) are available weekdays and during select times on weekends.
Tom Bach, Professional Tom was elected into membership of the PGA of America in 1994 and has been the Head Golf Professional at Sharon Woods since 1995. Tom, a graduate of Miami University, actively competes in the Southern Ohio PGA’s tournament schedule. Tom has been a member of the PGA of America’s President’s Council for promoting the game of golf since 2005. Tom was the 2008 recipient of the Greater Cincinnati Golf Coaches Association Award for supporting high school golf. In 2009, Tom was the recipient of the Southern Ohio PGA President’s Plaque Award for promoting growth of the game. In 2014, Tom was named Southern Ohio PGA Golf Professional of the year.
Tom believes that every golfer is different in their own ways. Once goals are established, a plan is developed to achieve the student’s goals in a very friendly, non-intimidating setting to promote a good learning environment.
Brian Fennen, Assistant Professional Brian Fennen, a PGA member, grew up and played locally at Lebanon High School. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in PGA Golf Management and Marketing. While in the program, Brian gained valuable teaching and business experiences through various high profile internships throughout the country. He most recently came from Kenwood Country Club where he was an Assistant Professional.
Brian believes without the mind, the body will never be able to hit a truly pure golf shot, no matter the club technology. Along with instilling a positive mindset, he believes it is his job as a golf professional to work as an artist to create and sculpt his students' swings into their own individual style. He believes fundamentals are important building blocks, but there is neither a cookie cutter swing nor teaching method for every golfer. Brian works in a low pressure, yet organized fashion designed to help a student achieve his or her goals.
Lady 9ers League
The Lady 9ers league is a 9-hole social league for players of all skill levels. This 11-week league is designed for ladies to meet and play in a friendly, fun and non-competitive environment.
All six Great Parks courses offer lessons given by PGA Professionals - a must for anyone desiring to learn the game of golf! Students will learn the fundamentals of golf, including swing techniques for a variety of shots, course management, rules and etiquette.
The golf professionals at Sharon Woods offer a variety of lesson programs for golfers of all experience and ability. Beginner and Intermediate group lessons help novice golfers gain the confidence and skills needed to become course ready. Please refer to the lesson programs for the course of your choice for dates and times.
Junior golfers ages 7–17 will find a wide variety of junior programs to meet their skill level. Free Junior Clinics are a great introduction to the game, covering topics like full swing, chipping and putting.
Private lessons for the beginner offer a personalized way of learning the proper fundamentals of the swing, techniques for various shot and information on how to play the game. For the more experienced player, our PGA professionals will analyze your swing, focusing on problem areas and demonstrating techniques to improve all aspects of your game. Playing lessons are conducted on the golf course, focusing on course management, rules etiquette, care of the course, club selection and shot selection. To schedule an appointment, please call the pro shop at 513-769-4325.
1 hour lesson/$65
Series of five/$275
Semi-private rates are available for groups of two or more.
Let Sharon Woods host your golf event and leave the details to us! Your group will experience a great golf course, exceptional service and a great time had by all. To inquire about availability please call the pro shop at 513-769-4325 or email PGA Professional, Tom Bach, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To secure a date, a contract will be sent to you to be signed and returned with a deposit of $100. Fourteen days prior to your event, final reservations and payment will be due. Outing packages include greens fees and cart fees, prize credit, hole contest setup, handicap and scoring calculation and any other assistance we may provide to ensure your day is an enjoyable one.
Sharon Woods Golf Course hosts a variety of tournaments, including the Family Scramble, The Sharon Woods Club Championship and the Father/Son tournament.