A Golf Destination You will Never FOREget
Located just 6 hours’ drive south of Toronto, Trumbull County in Northeast Ohio is a destination all golfers should add to their bucket list.
Offering a glimpse back in time, Trumbull is home to a number of heritage golf courses dating back to the 1920s and 30s. These courses allow golf enthusiasts to experience the game as it was meant to
be played while walking in the footsteps of legends. Some of these historic courses have been designed by golf course architect greats like Robert White, the first president of the PGA and a co-founder of the American Society of Golf Course Architects; Walter Travis who made The Schenectady Putter famous; Toronto born, Stanley Thompson
who designed over 100 courses in Canada; and Pete Dye who has been inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame and named Architect of the Year by Golf World magazine.
Trumbull is the perfect place to spend a relaxing week or weekend, trying out the wide variety of course play. No matter what your handicap is, Trumbull County’s collection of top-rated courses will have you putting, chipping and driving in PGA-level style.
Take advantage of the great stay and play packages at Pine Lakes Golf Club or at the Avalon Inn, Northern Ohio’s only luxury resort, boasting three 18-hole golf courses and indoor golf simulators.
After working up an appetite see what culinary adventures await you on America’s first Italian Food Trail. Come experience some of the best courses in Ohio! Learn more at GolfTrumbullCounty.com, email info@ ExploreTrumbullCounty.com, or call 866-360-1552.