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Ondawa Greens is a hilly, scenic course that owners Steve and Sue Greene are continually improving on. The 9 hole executive length course is fun for every generation of golfer. We welcome families, teams, and individuals to come to hone their skills on the challenging 9 holes, the full length driving range or have Steve regrip their clubs in our newly renovated clubhouse.

  • Hole #1
    94/88 yds — The first hole is a nice intro to the course. The green is downhill from the tee box but be sure not to overplay the green as the slope will become very difficult on your second shot. The play here is front left of the green all day.
  • Hole #2
    148/143 yds — From an elevated tee box the fairway on 2 drops down, back up just shy of the green, and the green sits just out of site directly in front of you. Make sure your tee shot has some carry and avoid the high grass to the right.
  • Hole #3
    248/220 yds — The third hole plays long. Slicers beware, the treeline on your right is unforgiving. It might be best to leave your bigger clubs in your bag and stick to the straight and narrow. This par 4 rewards the straight shooters.
  • Hole #4
    159/155 yds — With plenty of room to your left the play here is front left of the green. Avoid the treeline on your right and definitely don’t play long.
  • Hole #5
    143/137 yds — The fifth green is settled between two small hills and is very approachable from the tee. The real danger here is overshooting the green or rolling off the back.
  • Hole #6
    291/225 yds — 6 is the longest hole on the course and presents several challenges including our famous stone wall that splits the fairway. Keep left up the hill for a smooth finish on the elevated green.
  • Hole #7
    135/126 yds — From the tee on it’s best not to play long unless your looking to restock your bag with slightly used balls. Front right of the green should set up well for most pin placements.
  • Hole #8
    145/133 yds — Eight offers a spectacular drop from an elevated tee. Hold left off the tee for the best chance at a solid par. Take your time heading down the hill whether your in a cart or walking.
  • Hole #9
    227/209 yds — The final hole of our executive length course is a long downhill back to the clubhouse with awesome views. A straight shot off the tee will be rewarded much more than a stray long ball.
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