Wednesday, August 21, 2019

The Golf Course at Fox Meadow

Playing golf
Photo by Mick De Paola on Unsplash
A former staff member at Strongsville Driving Range in Ohio, Peter Starr was the top-ranked golfer for his high school's varsity team in each of his four years at the school. Still an avid golfer, Peter Starr has played at several high-profile courses, including Fox Meadow.

Based in Medina County, Ohio, Fox Meadow has hosted the 2014 American Junior Golf Association All Star Championship as well as the 2011 and 2012 Ohio Open. The par-72, 6,918-yard course was developed by Stephen Burns and features pristine greens in addition to fairways characterized by mature trees and rolling hills. 

Although regarded as a challenging course, it can be played by golfers of all abilities due to its five separate tee sets on each hole. Players should be aware of the course's water hazards and unique bunkers, however. The course is complemented by a 25,000-square-foot practice facility that includes putting and chipping greens, a driving rang, and a practice bunker.

Full membership to the course includes unlimited access to the course and practice facility as well as entry into leagues and tournaments hosted by Fox Meadow. Also included is access to the pool complex and fitness center. There's also a junior and social membership option, the latter of which is limited to eight rounds of golf.