Buckeye Hills Country Club is an 18 – hole championship golf course situated on the border of Highland and Fayette counties just outside of Greenfield, Ohio. The course, which opened to the public in 1971, has been a staple in the community for more than 45 years.
Current owners; Steve Hunter, Rick Henson, and the estate of the late John Weller; have operated the club since their purchase of the property in 1984.
The course is home to both the McClain Tigers and Fairfield Lions golf teams during the local high school golf season that begins in August of each year. Buckeye Hills has been rated a 71.2 by the USGA with a slope rating of 125 from the white tee boxes, and a 68.6 rating by the USGA with a slope of 117 from the red, ladies, tee boxes. The slope ratings of a golf course indicate the playing difficulty of a course based on a scale that ranges from 55 (very easy) to 155 (extremely difficult); a 125 rating from the white tee boxes indicates the course in moderately difficult to play while the 117 rating from the red tee boxes indicates a standard playing difficulty… Check out the rest of the story here!