Donald Ross, Jack Kidwell
Members and their guests
Piqua Country Club features a classic, player-friendly 18-hole golf course. The original 9 holes of the course were designed by the renowned golf course architect Donald Ross in 1896 – just eight years after the first golf course opened in the United States. Later, the course had more enhancements and renovations including an additional 9 holes designed by golf course architect, Jack Kidwell. The course at Piqua Country Club is the oldest golf course in the Dayton, Ohio area and the second oldest in the state.
Tree-lined bentgrass fairways, small undulating greens, and large mature oak trees are just a few characteristics of this classic layout. Elevated tee boxes offer visually stunning views of the rolling terrain and manicured fairways. With four sets of tees, the golf course is very player-friendly for golfers new to the game, but is still quite challenging for the low handicap players.