Top Courses Fill Ohio Golf Association’s 2011 Championship Lineup

Ohio Golf Association

Ohio Golf AssociationThe Ohio Golf Association’s 2011 slate of courses for the Ohio Amateur Championship and the Ohio Mid-Amateur Championship give Northeast Ohio golfers the chance to play some of the best private clubs in the area.

The 72-hole Ohio Amateur will be played at the nationally-ranked NCR Country Club in Dayton on July 12 – 15th. But to get there, local players have a choice of two high-quality qualifying sites, both contested on May 31st: the Mayfield Sand Ridge Club in Cleveland (formerly Mayfield Country Club); or the Brookside Country Club in Canton, a true Donald Ross gem. (Players who live out west can play Maumee Bay State Park Golf Course on May 23rd as a qualifier option, too.)

Later in the summer, the OGA will run its Ohio Mid-Amateur for players 25 years of age and up at the challenging Barrington Golf Club in Aurora, on June 14 – 15th (practice round June 13).

Finally, late summer, the OGA Senior Am will be played at Findlay Country Club on August 9 – 10th (practice round August 8).

For entry details to all its events, see the OGA website.

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