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Little Miami Golf Center

Regardless of age or ability, Little Miami Golf Center offers something for everyone making it the ideal place to bring the whole family for golfing fun!

Little Miami Golf Center offers a 9-hole, par 35 (2,950 yards) regulation course and a 9-hole, par 3 (1,015 yards) course with bentgrass fairways. Golfers can polish their game on the natural turf practice area and covered and heated year-round driving range. A full-service pro shop is open for snacks, drinks and gear. PGA golf professionals offer private and group instruction for golfers of all levels, with junior golf programs that are recognized as some of the best in town.

Address:

3811 Newtown Road

Newtown, Ohio 45244

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Phone: 513-561-5650

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  • About the Course

    Our regulation course, at 2,950 yards, plays to a par of 35. The walker friendly course is generally flat with tree-lined fairways. The signature hole is #2, a par 5 that plays 592 yards from the back tees. With the prevailing winds and a gentle dog leg, even the longest of hitters will need three shots at least to reach the green. The par 3 course is 1,060-yards long, and features bent grass fairways and tees, sand bunkers and mounds, and large greens, making it an ideal course for kids, beginning golfers and senior golfers.

    We also offer FootGolf on this course. Soccer enthusiasts are more than welcome to try their hands — or should we say feet — at this new crossover sport. Our covered and heated driving range offers the opportunity for year-round practice, while the grass tee and short game areas help the accomplished golfers sharpen their skills.

    Golf Policies & Rules
    Scorecard - Regulation Course
    Scorecard - Par 3 Course

  • Hours


    Golf Course & Pro Shop

    DatesHours
    January*10 a.m.-dark
    February*10 a.m.-dark
    March8 a.m.-dark
    April7:30 a.m.-dark
    May7 a.m.-dark
    June7 a.m.-dark
    July7 a.m.-dark
    August7 a.m.-dark
    September7:30 a.m.-dark
    October8 a.m.-dark
    November8:30 a.m.-dark
    December9 a.m.-dark

    *Weather Permitting

    The driving range is closed until noon on Tuesdays and Fridays, April through October.

    Closed: New Year's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Golf shops are only open until noon on Christmas Eve.


    Snack Bar

    DatesWeekdayWeekend/Holiday
    Opening Day: March 30, 2019

    March 31–April 3011 a.m.–7 p.m.10 a.m.–7 p.m.
    May 1–3111 a.m.–8 p.m.10 a.m.–7 p.m.
    June 1–August 3111 a.m.–8 p.m.10 a.m.–8 p.m.
    September 1–October 1311 a.m.–6 p.m.10 a.m.–6 p.m.
    Last Day: October 13, 2019

  • Rates

    In-Season Rates

    9-hole Greens Fees
    Regular/$12.75
    Senior/$10.50
    Junior/$9
    Riding Cart Rate/$7.48 (plus tax)
    Pull Cart/$4

    9-Hole Par 3 Greens Fees
    Regular/$9.25
    Senior/$8.50
    Junior/$8.50
    Riding Cart Rate/$6.54 (plus tax)
    Pull Cart/$4

    FootGolf
    $7.50/player

    Driving Range/Natural Turf
    Jumbo $10.50/$12.50
    Large $8/$9.50
    Medium $5.75/$6.75

    Miniature Golf
    $4.50/player

    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.

  • Zoysia Fairway Turf Conversion

    Select areas of fairway turf on holes 1, 4, 6, 7 and 9 are in the process of being converted to Zoysia turf this year. Zoysia is a warm-season grass which spreads by runners, creates a wear-resistant and dense mat of turf which allows the ball to sit higher, providing a better lie. The areas being converted will be obvious as you play your round. Zoysia turf is already being used successfully at several local golf courses.

    It is our expectation that this turf conversion will demonstrate the ability of Zoysia turf to improve both playability and sustainability, while also reducing maintenance costs. 

    • Zoysia turf has proven to be extremely heat and drought resistant, allowing for consistent playing conditions even through summer stress periods. The Regulation 9 fairways are not irrigated at Little Miami Golf Center, and Zoysia will thrive better under this condition than current grass varieties.
    • Zoysia turf requires almost no fertilization, and will significantly cost less to maintain each season. Other associated environmental concerns with fertilizer run-off into surface waters will also be greatly reduced.
    • Zoysia turf is significantly less susceptible to pests and pathogens than most other turfgrass varieties. Once Zoysia fairways are established, there will be decreased loss of playability due to turfgrass pest damage.
  • FootGolf

    $7/person walking
    Riding cart/ $7.24 (plus tax)

    FootGolf is a new sport that combines the popular sport of soccer and golf. Players kick a soccer ball, trying to get it into a 21-inch diameter circle. Most of the rules are based on the rules of golf.

    FootGolf is available on Little Miami Golf Center's regular Par 3 course every day during course hours, except during tournaments and special events. All you need to bring is a soccer ball and tennis or golf shoes (no cleats).

  • Golf Professionals

    Dennis Wells started his career with Great Parks of Hamilton County in 1990 at The Mill Golf Course. Since 1993, he has been the Head Golf Professional at Little Miami Golf Center. He is a Class “A” Member and is recognized by the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (PGA) as a Master Professional in Instruction and Certified Professional in Golf Operations and General Management. He was named the Junior Golf Leader for the Southern Ohio PGA for outstanding contributions to junior golf in both 2005 and 2007. He is also an accomplished player having won numerous local PGA events.

    John Caruso has been a Class “A” PGA Member since 1993. He has been a teaching professional as well as a Head Golf Professional at both private and public courses. He joined the staff at Little Miami Golf Center in 2014.

    Ben Chandler is the assistant professional at Little Miami Golf Center. He began working with Great Parks in 2012 at The Vineyard. Ben played golf in high school, college and on the NGA Pro Tour. He also caddied professionally for a year with Davis Love III and Brad Faxon. As an instructor, Ben wants his students to practice with a purpose and play with a clear mind. He starts with finding the proper set up and alignment for the student. With the combination of drills, playing lessons and a watchful eye, he helps the student improve by understanding the game.

  • Leagues

    Little Miami Golf Center offers leagues for adults and juniors. The Golf 101 League is to provide new adult golfers the changes to meet, play and socialize with other beginners in a low-pressure environment. The Junior League and Junior Fall League give junior golfers the opportunity to play in a variety of events. Each league features a free clinic prior to weekly play.

  • Lessons

    The PGA professionals at Little Miami Golf Center help students of all ages and abilities improve their game and increase their level of enjoyment. Students will learn the fundamentals of golf, including swing techniques for a variety of shots, course management, rules and etiquette. Please refer to the lesson programs for the course of your choice for dates and times.


    Adult Lessons

    Golf 101, a Get Golf Ready Program, is designed for beginning adult golfers and includes both lessons and course play. Golf 101 clinics are for players primarily interested in instruction and cover the basic skills needed to play golf: chipping, iron shots, wood shots and putting. The Golf 101 League provides players with the chance to meet, play and socialize with other beginners in a low-pressure environment. Lesson rates vary depending on the instructor.

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    Junior Lessons

    Little Miami is known to have one of the best junior programs in town. Juniors can brush up their skills through clinics and summer camps. For more in-depth instruction, the Junior Champions Program provides season-long opportunities and competitions. Lesson rates vary depending on the instructor.

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    Private Lessons

    Private lessons for the beginner offer a personalized way of learning the proper fundamentals of the swing, techniques for various shots and how to play the game. For more experienced players, 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. Call to schedule an appointment 513-561-5650.

    Lesson rates vary depending on the instructor.
    Semi-private rates are available for groups of two or more.

  • Outings

    Each Great Parks golf course may be reserved for group golf outings, complete with catered meals.

    The Mill Course, Sharon Woods Golf Course and The Vineyard feature banquet and meeting facilities that offer additional alternatives for any group.

    For more information about catering options, visit our Great Parks Catering page.

    We have great tournaments going on throughout the season at different courses. See our tournaments page and get signed up!

    If you are interested in hosting a family or corporate outing, please contact the golf course for availability, pricing and details at 513-825-3701.

  • Specials

    Practice & Play
    Now is a great time to play, practice and save
    $12/person and includes greens fee and range balls
    Daily after 7:30 p.m. on the 9-hole regulation course

    Kids Play Free
    Kids under the age of 18 play for free when accompanied by a paying parent, grandparent or legal guardian. Limit one child per paying parent.
    April–September, Monday-Friday after 5 p.m.
    October–March, Monday-Friday after 3 p.m.

  • Tournaments

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