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18000 Station Rd
Columbia Station, OH  44028-8726
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Dorlon Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,154 yards | 125 slope

73.6 rating | Rye grass

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Dorlon Golf Course

The 18-hole "Dorlon" course at the Dorlon Golf Club facility in Columbia Station, Ohio features 7,154 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.6 and it has a slope rating of 125 on Rye grass. Designed by John Lontor, the Dorlon golf course opened in 1971. Deborah Lontor manages the course as the Owner/General Manager.


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Reviewed May 20, 2011

They have done SOOO much here! What a huge difference it's made. Greens are perfect. It's green and lush everywhere. A little wet due to the end of monsoon season, but it's all mowed and ready for scorin'. Clubhouse folks really nice. At such a low price it's like, almost free. That adds up to a no-brainer for me.

Reviewed August 10, 2008

Played the front 9. Greens are really nice. But the greens are the only nice part of the course. The fairways are like cow pasture. The club house is nice.

Reviewed March 20, 2008

Didn't play it last year but it's an OK course with some long holes if not dried out by draught. Tell theoahna to get off his fat rear end and try walking, then the curbs won't bother him.

Reviewed August 06, 2007


If you're gunna go, play the front nine. The back nine is less varied and more tore up, but the staff seems to be working on improving the course. The course is a little dry, but my only real complaint are the greens, which the ball will bounce right off of on approach shots.

Decent layout with come cool hole designs, if the crew keeps improving on the issues, has some real potential. Been here a number of times due to the great value, and the very friendly staff keeps me coming back from time to time.

Reviewed July 24, 2007

I've just finished my fourth round there this year. Chris is right. thewoahna and redneck07 exaggerate. If you take a look at the greens, you'll know in an instant there have *never* been dandelions. Quite the opposite, these greens are *great*! They are country club. And while the countryside is flat around there, the place is challenging. The price sure is right; I don't think it'll ever get lower. This may be because, like the others said, there's been some construction. But to me, it's paid off in spades, 'cause now they water the fairways, which today were as beautiful as I've ever seen them.
These people are getting some things done. It's not

Reviewed June 26, 2007

Rookie golfer even knows this course is bad...

I have not been golfing very long, but I know courses are not normally this way. The price was right, the name of the place is cool, but the condition of the course was sub-par. Couple of the greens were torn up, little flags all over the fairway to mark recent/upcoming construction, curbs to keep the carts away from your ball (come on, I pay for the cart I want to be able to drive right up to my ball after I hit it), and you need a hammer to get your tee into the ground. Hangin out with a few good friends made up for the poor course. Like stated above, spend the extra couple $$ and go somewere else.

Reviewed June 22, 2007

love it

this is one of my favorite courses. Yes there are the occasional maintenance issues (but 30 days with no rain will hurt you) (Never saw dandelions), yes some of the tee boxes ae not as green and as soft as the fairways...however, the owner Deborah, is always ready to act upon criticism and go above and beyond for her golfers. The course is not too difficult to be fun. It is a fairly open and flat course but for the money it is one of the best in cuyahoga county. What else do you need besides awesome people and good golf? If you are ever planning on giving an outing I would strongly suggest this course. Deborah and Dave will handle everything for an awesome time at a great price-

Reviewed May 13, 2007

Torn Up

I had heard some good reviews on this course so i went for myself and i was very disappointed with it. The front 9 was decent but the back 9 was completely torn apart. and i dont just mean the constuction on the course either, which they said nothing about. the tees were like rocks, and everything and i mean everything had dandilions growing in it. and yes even the my opinion go somewhere else, even if it costs a little more, trust me it will be worth it......


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 James E. 25 51 26 08/10/08
2 Mike F. 10 77 67 06/17/10
3 Michael E. 27 95 68 07/25/08
4 Robert H. 37 105 68 09/02/07
5 eric P. 7 76 69 06/10/12
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Golf Course Information

About Dorlon

Dorlon Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Dorlon

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Dorlon

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Course Staff

Deborah Lontor, Owner/General Manager
Brad Hotchkiss, Golf Professional
Riley Bonham, Superintendent

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