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21056 Quarry Rd
Wellington, OH  44090-9786
United States
P: (440) 647-2065
Echo Valley Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,110 yards | 113 slope

70.0 rating


Echo Valley Golf Course


The 18-hole "Echo Valley" course at the Echo Valley Golf Club facility in Wellington, Ohio features 6,110 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 113. Designed by Gary Prindle, the Echo Valley golf course opened in 1956. Bonnie Sneider manages the course as the General Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed September 21, 2009

is it me or does it sound like these people were screwing around and got kicked out?? grow up.

Reviewed September 21, 2009

echo valley is one of my favorite golf courses and the people who work there are great. sounds like these people were screwing around. 5 holes in two hours?? kendall has always been friendly and i would guess if she yelled at them they deserved it. dont listen to that - echo is a good course!

Reviewed September 19, 2009

well GOLLY, we was goin to go check this 'in out this week, guess not if it's not hillbillie freindly! (seriously). (no I'm really serious, I hate poor customer service).

Reviewed September 14, 2009

My husband and I try to expose our kids to as many experiences as possible. Sometimes they like it and sometimes they don’t.
On Sunday Sept. 13th on our Son’s 16th birthday, we decided to expose our kids to the game of golf at Echo Valley in Wellington. It was Sunday afternoon during the Brown’s game so very few people were golfing which is why we chose that time of day.
We told Kendill, the cashier, that there would be five people with only four golfing and we also rented a golf cart. At the second hole, Kendall asked us not to allow anyone to ride on the outside of the cart. We apologized and it didn’t happen again. On the fifth hole, we were only going to golf nine holes; she approached my husband, swore at him in front of my son and said someone complained about a kid riding on the outside of the cart. We assured her that nobody was riding on the outside but my son held onto the hole at the top of the cart and walked beside it. She then started screaming at us because we were out for almost two hours. We explained to her that three of the four golfers had never golfed before and we didn’t know there was a time limit. She said, “Well Echo Valley isn’t a good course for new golfers.” I asked if I missed the posting that mentioned a time limit and she said, “No but I’m going to write one.” She asked us to leave and she also said she would give us a refund. Also unbeknownst to her, we had to take a 20 minute break at the second hole as our son went into the woods to get sick. In the two hours we were out, we only saw two golf carts and they were at least three holes ahead of us.
As we were returning our cart Kendall’s dad was standing by the door with his hands on his hips like he was looking for a fight. He immediately started shouting about us having two golf bags with four golfers; we had four sets of clubs in two bags. He also shouted about me being on the course and not golfing. But the cashier knew that.
Kendall’s profanity was very unprofessional and unnecessary. As was her dad’s shouting at us and threatening us.
Golly we always thought golf was supposed to be fun. We weren’t bothering anyone. We were laughing and having a good time but there wasn’t anyone around that our laughing would have bothered. We were courteous to the one golfer who was behind us at the third hole as we let him go ahead of us because we knew we would take awhile.
I guess our kid’s first experience with golfing ended badly and we won’t be doing that again; at least not at that place.
And the real kicker, we never did get our refund; Kendill lied to us. We will never golf at echo valley again and would suggest that nobody waste their time there especially if you are a new golfer.
One more thing; hope you don't have to use the bathroom while your golfing; they are locked.

Reviewed July 18, 2009

Echo Valley is my favorite GC over any other course within 50 miles. It's quite challenging,and well manicured. Has a little bit of everything for the above average golfer.

Reviewed August 01, 2008

Echo Valley is a hidden gem, that without a little more money and work, could be a *real* gem. It is actually quite difficult and plays long on a number of holes. Water (creek) comes into play rather often. Greens are usually pretty good as well. All in all, a very good value, though. No tee times are taken, but that has yet to be too much of an issue.

Reviewed June 25, 2008

Reviewed February 24, 2007

I like this course.

If this course was better manicured, it would be a real gem. There are some really good holes, and lots of elevation changes. Walkable, which is nice. Precise distance control and shot accuracy is rewarded. You love the challenge of hitting over the lake on your approach to the #5 green, and the approach to #7 is from a difficult down hill lie.

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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Aaron K. N/A 57 57 06/23/07
2 Dan C. 16 91 75 09/03/07
3 Jacob H. 14 92 78 04/27/08
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Echo Valley Golf Club

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

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Bonnie Sneider, General Manager
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