Inverness Club

4601 Dorr St,

Toledo, Ohio 43615

  • Office

    +1 (419) 578 9000
  • Pro shop

    +1 (419) 535 9756
  • Fax

    +1 (419) 536 4284
  • Golf pro

    David S. Graf (Head Golf Professional)

About the course

  • The Course:

    18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.

  • Surroundings:

    Woodland and residential.

  • Designer:

    Original design dates from 1903. Course remodelled by Donald Ross (1919); modifications by George & Tom Fazio (1979), Arthur Hills (1999) and Andrew Green (2018).

Back
tees
Club
tees
Front
tees
Yards
7323
6790
5214
Par
71
71
74
SSS or slope
75.9
73.3
70.9

Location

Latitude:

41.652762

Longitude:

-83.652477

How to get there:

5.5 mi W of downtown Toledo / 61 mi SW of Detroit.

Inverness Club

Private: A course for members and their invited guests only.

Est. 1903

Inverness Club is home to one of the top-rated and finest championship golf courses in Ohio. The excellent tree-lined and open parkland layout contains a wealth of wonderfully crafted, memorable and challenging holes. Definitely a course that will challenge your all-round game. However, this is a private course generally playable only by members and their guests.

List of courses: Ohio (North & Central)

Visitors

Who can play and when?

Inverness is a private club. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.

Green fees

Outside visitor fee not applicable; course exclusively for members and their guests.

Other information

Walking permitted. Caddies available.

Practice facilities

Excellent

Did you know?

The Inverness Club has hosted many top level competitions and national championships, including multiple US Opens, PGA Championships, US Senior Opens and a US Amateur (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Inverness Club).

Published ranking

World: 81st best course in the world (GOLF magazine, 2020/21).
USA: 88th best course in the USA (Golf Digest, 2019/20).
State: 5th best course in Ohio (Golf Digest, 2019/20).

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