Voted the #1 Course In Greene County, year after year,
WGC Golf Course is a championship 18 hole facility located near Dayton, in Xenia, Ohio.
Designed by Jack Kidwell and Mike Hurdzan, WGC has lush Rye Grass fairways and has excellent greens whether you are playing in early Spring, Summer, or late Fall. The course is fun to play for all skill levels.
WGC offers five sets of tees on most holes, including our new "family tees" designed to let the younger or less experienced golfer play a shorter course. This will keep their interest high, giving them an opportunity to "score".
WGC also offers one of the best practice facilites in the Miami Valley, with a large driving range boasting three mounded, target greens and two "championship" caliber practice greens to tune up your putting and chipping skills.
Built in the mid 1920's and operated as a 9-hole Country Club until 1941, it was purchased and operated from 1942 through 1967 by the Ogilvie family. The current owners, the Goecke family, purchased the course in 1968 and changed the operation to a public golf course renaming it Xenia Golf Club.
The course was remodeled and expanded to 18 holes in 1982 and renamed WGC Golf Course. WGC stands for three generations of the Goecke family. Will Goecke (Founder), Garay Goecke (Director of Golf), and Christopher Goecke, (COO of WGC).