No, we aren’t talking about a golf course in the state of Delaware. Instead, the town of Delaware, Ohio.
Undulation is the name of the game here. The course meanders through three valleys, numerous ravines, and over sloping hillsides.
The original nine opened in 1922 and was designed by Donald Ross. Michael Hurzdan and Fuzzy Zoeller later expanded the course to 18 holes.
A diverse mixture of holes keeps you interested the entire round at Delaware Golf Club. Some are long and open, and others are short and narrow.
Like any Donald Ross design, the key to scoring well is navigating the tricky green complexes. A round without a three-putt here is something to remember.