reid park golf course is a par what

by Orrin Upton 9 min read


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When was Reid Park built?

Reid Park was built in 1967 on rolling farm land once owned by the Reid family. The 450 acres that make up this “amazing” property has many wooded areas and several ponds that help carve out each hole.

Who manages Reid Park?

Reid Park is managed by Reid Park Limited through a lease with the City of Springfield. The facility consists of an exceptional 36-hole layout (South Course/North Course), a driving range with fifty grass hitting stations, a bunker station, a fully stocked pro shop, two large putting greens, a restaurant and an outdoor pavilion.


There are two 18-hole courses at Reid Park Golf Club, the North and the South. The courses have been providing one of the greater Springfield area's best golf values for over 40 years. The championship North Course is the longer and more challenging of the two.

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First time playing here. Course layout is exceptional and very challenging. If bunkers were in better shape over the whole course, this would have been 5 star. I would definitely recommend this course to anyone looking for a challenge

North Golf Course

The 18-hole "North" course at the Reid Park Golf Club facility in Springfield, Ohio features 6,335 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.5 and it has a slope rating of 125 on Blue grass. Designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan, ASGCA, the North golf course opened in 1966.


This course winds through some fairly hilly land. There are a host of blind shots, so if you are in a cart (and have time) drive ahead and look at where you are going. Nice views, and a lot of exciting shots. It's a popular place with a very reasonable green fee.