Norwalk, OH 44857
Par/Yardage: 6,603 yards, par 71. Slope/Rating: 71.8 / 127
Architect: Brian Huntley
Eagle Creek Golf Club is a Brian Huntley designed public golf course located in Norwalk, Ohio. Built in 1995 on the site of the former Norwalk Elks Golf Course, the layout is defined by distinctively different holes, a par of 71 with four sets of tees, and a playable length of 6,603 yards from the championship tees.
Eagle Creek features country club quality fairways, large bent grass greens, and white sand bunkers. The course winds through woods, water and valleys, with bunkers protecting almost every green. Water come into play on 11 of the holes, providing a challenge for all skill levels. The course features five par-threes and four par-fives.
Eagle Creek is consistently ranked as a top facility in Ohio by the major golf publications, including a 4.5 out of 5 stars by Golf Digest.
The course amenities include a large practice range with a sizeable and well-maintained grass tee, and a large practice putting green with a variety of slopes. Golf lessons are available from PGA Professional David Morgan and his staff. The pro shop is one of the most well-stocked in the region. Plus, Eagle Creek has a fleet of 16 Finn Cycles for a fun way to get around the golf course!
Cameo Restaurant at Eagle Creek offers a quick bite during your round, or the chance to sit, have a drink, eat delicious pizza and burgers, and watch the big game on the many flat screen TVs.
UPCOMING TOURNAMENTS AT THIS COURSE:
No events currently scheduled at this location.