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Operational Approach to Protect Golfers and Staff

The Cincinnati Recreation Commission (CRC) is taking the threat of COVID-19 very seriously. Guided by the recommendations of the CDC, The State of Ohio and the City of Cincinnati, we have been making numerous changes to our golf operations to assist in providing the safest experience as possible for our citizens and staff.  

While understanding the real threat of the current conditions we are also trying to provide some level of physical activity and limited social interaction.  Establishing this balance during a very fluid situation will be challenging, however, we are working to implement processes and practices to meet this dual objective. In an abundance of caution, CRC has instructed our golf contractor, Billy Casper Golf (BCG) to implement the following practices below while the City golf courses remain open.   

We will continue to monitor the operational changes implemented thus far and those that will be in place during this situational time. Those include:

  • Starting July 9th: Per the new ordinance passed by Cincinnati City Council, face masks are required inside any buildings and in outdoor situations where 6 ft social distancing is not possible. All posted signage and staff directions must be followed.
  • Increase Tee Time separation to a minimum of 10 Minutes intervals
  • With limited tee times available we need to create a system that allows all citizens the opportunity/chance to secure a tee time.
  • Tee times can be secured be calling the golf course of choice seven (7) days in advance of the day you would like to play.  
  • Providing additional staff members whose sole purpose is to promote and ensure social distancing during your visit and check-in process
  • Whenever possible, we are collecting pre-payment over the phone when making a reservation   
  • Offer golfers paying the riding fee their own golf car (first come / first serve)
  • Walking is strongly encouraged when possible
  • Cups will be filled by a section of a pool noodle attached to flagstick to eliminate the need to remove flagsticks and reach inside cup
  • Limited F&B services to adhere with State and County regulations
  • On-Course water stations are not being used to eliminate shared touch points
  • Golfers are welcome to bring their own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages or they can be purchased on-site.
  • Increased the distance between Driving Range Mats
  • Avon & Glenview Range ball dispensers are self-service Credit Card equipped.
  • Implement Complimentary Sanitation Stations at each course
  • Increased disinfecting cleanings throughout the day of all shared spaces and equipment.
If you are interested in playing a round at any of the CRC Golf Courses, please Continue to read the tee time booking and check-in procedures below.
Thank you and our goal is to provide you with a safe and enjoyable golfing experience! 

How to Book a Tee Time

  1. Golfers interested in booking a tee time MUST CALL the CRC course of their choice directly.
  2. A golf staff member will book you a tee time and explain the check-in procedure during your visit (PLEASE Share this information with your playing partners before arriving)
Golfers arriving without a tee time will not be permitted to enter the clubhouse and the Course Greeter and/or the Check-in Coordinator at the front door will inform the guest of next available time.  

When You Arrive at the Golf Course For A Booked Tee Time

  1. Golfers will be met by a Course Greeter who will assist with your groups check-in process
  2. Please know our Course Greeter has been instructed not to allow anyone to approach the clubhouse / putting greens any earlier than 30 minutes before their tee time
  3. 15-20 minutes prior to your tee time the Check-In Coordinator will call your tee time to approach the clubhouses front door but please maintain the CDC recommended 6-10’ of space between you and any other golfer.
  4. Our Check-in Coordinator will send each player into the club house one at a time to check-in with the pro shop attendant.
  5. Once all players are checked in, please select your golf cars if riding and/or head to the #1 Tee.
  6. While on the course, please practice social distancing (6-10’min) and take a moment to read the flyer or cart signs that offer ideas on how to “Stop the spread of germs on the course”
  7. In case of lightning or severe weather all golfers should return to their cars for cover to maintain social distancing
  8. After the completion of your round, please return the golf cars to the cart return area and then we kindly ask you to return to your vehicle and exit the facility, to limit the number of golfers on site at any time.

The ability to adhere to these practices is the sole determinate for remaining open during the COVID-19 threat

We understand that this is drastically different to the normal check-in procedure, but we are requiring that all golfers temporarily adhere to the steps above out of an abundance of caution, and for the safety of all golfers and staff. Anyone who is not able to adhere to the outlined procedures will be asked to leave and could possibly jeopardize our ability to continue to offer an outlet for exercise and social interaction that many will greatly appreciate! 

Steve Pacella, PGA
Assistant Director of Recreation
Book a Tee Time

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NOTE: This new booking engine is for both public and members.

If you have any problems logging in, click here for login instructions or feel free to call us 513.651.4653.

Golfers With Disabilities
We welcome golfers with disabilities. The course will make reasonable accommodations to ensure that golfers with disabilities are able to enjoy the course. Please contact the General Manager or Head Golf Professional at the course for more information.

Tee Time Policy
If you wish to cancel your reservation, CRC requests that you do so at least 24 hours before the start of your round. However, at no point during the online reservation process will your credit card be charged by CRC for the amount due at course. Cancellations inside the 24 hour cancellation window are subject to being charged to the credit card at the applicable rate.

2018 Birdie Rate
Weekday 9 Walk $14.50
9 Ride $22 $19.50
18 Walk $22
18 Ride $37 $26
Weekend 9 Walk $15.50
9 Ride $23 $22.50
18 Walk $24
18 Ride $39 $33
Twilight Walk $19.50
Twilight Ride $27 $24
2018 Birdie Rate
Junior 9 Walk $7
18 Walk $10
Senior 9 Walk $12
9 Ride $19.50 $16.50
18 Walk $18
18 Ride $33 $24

Par 3 Golf / Footgolf Rates

2018 Birdie Rate
Weekday 9 Walk $8.50 $8
9 Ride $16 $14
Weekend 9 Walk $8.50 $8
9 ride $16 $14
Senior 9 Walk $7.50 $7
9 Ride $15 $14
Footgolf Adult 9 Holes $7.50
Adult 18 Holes $10
Junior 9 Holes $5
Junior 18 Holes $7
Riding Carts 9 Holes $7.50
18 Holes $15
Pull Carts 9 Holes $3.50
18 Holes $3.50
Club Rentals Adults $10
Juniors $7
Range Buckets Small $5.50
Medium $7.50
Large $9.50
Jumbo $12
  • Weekend Twilight Rate Valid at 2pm (April, May, September, October) & 3pm (June, July, August)
  • NEW Senior Age is 55 Years 
  • Senior Rates valid Monday-Friday Anytime; Saturday, Sunday & Holidays after 3pm
  • Junior Rates are valid with a current Youth Golf Association Card (YGA) before 2pm on weekdays and after 3pm on weekends 
  • YGA cards can be purchased for $6 in any CRC Golf Shop
  • Birdie pass rate includes cart 
  • All rates include applicable sales tax
  • Jumbo buckets only available through range dispenser purchases
Family Fun Packs
Available Any Day After 4pm

9 Hole Golf Options
Avon Fields - $45
California, Glenview, Neumann or Reeves - $55
Offer Good For:
2 Adult Green Fees & 2 Junior Green Fees
A Hot Dog, Bag of Chips, & a Soda for Each Player

18 Hole Foot Golf Options
Reeves - $35
Offer Good For:
2 Adult Green Fees & 2 Junior Green Fees
A Hot Dog, Bag of Chips, & a Soda for Each Player

Woodland Family Bundle Packs
Offer Good For:
2 Adult Green Fees & 2 Junior Green Fees
20Oz Soda Or Water & Your Choice Of Candy Item Or Bag Of Chips
9 Holes Of Golf Or 18 Holes of Footgolf - $35

Call 513.651.GOLF to Reserve Your Spot!
The Course
Reeves Golf Course greets golfers with wide and friendly fairways whose traditional layout and small elevated greens add some challenge to the game.

With everything Reeves has to offer, it is a great course for everyone, from the golfer who is learning the game for the first time, to the golfer who is looking to challenge themselves:
- 18 Hole Championship Layout
- 9 Hole Par 3 Course
- FootGolf Course
- 2 Practice Facilities Including a Start of the Art Driving Range


Front 9 

Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 OUT
Blue 471 394 371 161 410 374 383 144 440 3148
White 462 381 346 134 349 352 367 127 406 2924
Gold 373 319-279 316 120 290 330 351 100 343-300 2542-2459
Handicap 9 3 15 13 11 7 5 17 1

Back 9

Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOT
Blue 333 201 323 467 178 365 520 190 433 3040 6188
White 326 177 310 480 154 344 505 170 414 2880 5804
Gold 267-218 151 246 432 109 304 445 141 376 2471-2422 5013-4881
Handicap 18 2 6 14 16 10 8 12 4

Practice Facilities
Driving Range                                                                Additional Practice Facilities

7 Target Greens                                                              3 Putting Greens
12 Additional Laser Measured Targets                       1 Green Side Practice Bunker
35,000 Sq Foot Green Teeing Area                              9 hole Par 3 Short Game Course
12 Covered Mats with Heat
40 Outdoor Mats 

For rates, click here
SKYTRAK Launch Monitor Fittings
SKyTrak 2


SkyTrak is a launch monitor technology that provides the needed ball flight data our Golf Professional Staff will using to determine what equipment best matches your golf swing.

What is golf monitor technology and is it new?

Launch monitor systems have been around the professional community for years.  The primary purpose of a launch monitor is to measure the behavior of the golf ball upon impact and provide immediate feedback for use in club fitting, instruction and golf simulation.

How do I schedule a SkyTrak Club Fitting?

Contact the Golf Shop at 513.321.2740 and one of our golf team mambers will put you in touch with one of our Golf Professional who will schedule your fitting

How much does a fitting cost?

The fees associated with a SkyTrak Launch Monitor Fitting are:

$30 for a Driver Fitting

$40 for a fitting of Irons

$50 for a complete set fittting


But You Get Your Money Back!  The fitting fee will be returned to you in the form of a merchandise gift card that you can apply to your new equipment purchase or apply to another merchandise purchase if you decide not to purchase new equipment after the SkyTrak fitting.

Audubon International
CRC Golf is enrolled in Audubon International's Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses to ensure that the course helps to protect our local environment, conserve natural resources, and provide wildlife habitats.

The Club House
The Reeves Club House is much more than just your average Golf Shop equaling out to be a total of 1,400 square feet. Featuring:


700 Square Foot Dining Area

Reeves Dining Area features delicious food and drink options from our Full Service Grill. Whether you're just coming off the course looking for a quick bite to eat or just want to come in for lunch or dinner without the round, Reeves is always a great choice! We promise you and your guests an enjoyable experience. 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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700 Square Foot Pro Shop

Come in to Reeves Golf Shop to purchase the latest trends in both Men and Women's Golf Apparel. We always have what in style for the current season.
Stay tuned for specials and sales!

Also stop by to be fitted for your next set of clubs. We offer fitting systems for all major manufactures. Never play with the wrong size clubs again!

Mitchell Loft and Lie Bending Machine

We can adjust your clubs right there! Check out the video to see how it works!
CRC Golf Courses staff of golf professionals offers a wide variety of instruction programs designed to meet the individual needs of golfers, whether new to the game, returning to the game or an advanced player.

For More Information on Lessons, fill out the form below and someone will be in touch shortly. Or feel free to call the Golf Shop at 513.321.2740
Reeves' Lessons Inquiry
For more information on lessons at Reeves, please fill out the form below.  
Phone Number(Required)
What Type of Lessons
Airfield Golf Academy

Individual Programs

40 Minutes
Par Program (1 Private Lesson) $50
Birdie Program (3 Private Lessons) $140
Eagle Program (5 Private Lessons) $210
Albatross Program (10 Private Lessons) $400

Group Programs

40 Minutes
2-3 Golfers $60
4-5 Golfers $80

Junior Programs

40 Minutes
Junior Par (1 Private Lesson) $40
Junior Birdie (3 Private Lessons) $100

Playing Lessons

4 Holes 9 Holes
1 Golfer $60 $100
Adult Clinics
It's never too late to improve your golf game! Sign up for Adult Clinics at Reeves!

Three 1-Hour Sessions for Just $60
Monday, Wednesday & Fridays

Choose one of three sessions
June 22nd, 24th, & 26th
July 13th, 15th, & 17th
August 3rd, 5th, 7th

Call or visit the golf shop to sign up!
FootGolf Leagues

Anytime - 7 Days a Week

12 Week Leagues
$60 Per Player (only $5 a round)
Plus a One Time Registration Fee of $5
Leagues can form with only 4 players up to 40 players

Call the Golf Shop to join a league today! 

NEW Open Leagues

Monday to Thursday
Times Will Vary in the Afternoon

$15 Walking 9 Holes

Call the Golf Shop for More Details or Fill Out Form Below
Reeves' League Inquiry
For more information on upcoming Leagues at Reeves, please fill out the form below.  
Phone Number(Required)
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What Is FootGolf?
FootGolf is a very ‘addictive’ sport that combines the best of the popular sport of soccer with an elite sport like golf.  Similar to golf, the players’ intent is to kick a ball into the hole with the least amount of strokes possible.

FootGolf uses the basic model of golf, with a tee box, a green, bunker, hazards and 18 holes of play.  There is par for each hole, mimicking golf’s scorecard, and you still play as a twosome, threesome or foursome.

The main differences are the cups, which are 21 inches in diameter, shorter holes (most people cannot kick a soccer ball further than 50 yards) and the lack of equipment needed (no need to carry around heavy golf clubs in FootGolf!).

Rules for Footgolf

  • All players must wear proper attire. Golf cleats are not permitted.
  • Players are allowed to bring their own soccer ball, but we will have soccer balls to rent.
  • Just like golf, please keep up with the group in front of you.  If your group falls too far behind, you will be asked to skip a hole to catch up.
  • Please be respectful of other footgolfers and golfers on the course.

How to play Footgolf 

  • When kicking off at the beginning of each hole, players must start behind the markers, but no farther back than 2 yards.
  • The ball must be played in a single movement.  Your foot should be separate from the ball, clearly behind, before kicking.
  • The player farthest from the hole, kicks first.
  • You must wait until the ball stops before you may kick it again, even if it is being blown by the wind.
  • Play the ball where it lies, even if it lies behind a tree or in a sand trap.
  • If your kick ends up in the water, the player must take a 1 point penalty. The player’s ball should be placed within two steps of where the ball landed in the water.
  • Only on the green is it permitted to lift and clean your soccer ball.

Check out these links to find out more about the sport:
The American FootGolf League  |  What is FootGolf?  | Watch Rory McIlroy Take on Wayne Rooney


Reeves Golf Course
Juniors    9 holes   $5.00
Adults     9 holes   $7.50
Juniors   18 holes  $7.00
Adults    18 holes  $10.00

Woodland Golf Course
Juniors  18 holes    $7.50
Adults    18 holes   $10.00

Call the Golf Shop with Questions!

Accessible Golf
The mission of the Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s / Division of Therapeutic Recreation is to offer a continuum of leisure services for individuals with disabilities that promote healthy lifestyle as well as the opportunity to participate in high quality recreational and cultural experiences in the community. As advocates for individuals with disabilities we provide inclusive and therapeutic recreation programming choices and promote accessibility at all CRC facilities.

Solo Rider
Unlike most carts, the Solo Rider cart is designed for only one golfer and may travel on any part of the golf course including tees and greens. The carts have hand controls, seats that can swivel 350 degrees and can rise to allow golfers to swing from a seated or standing position. The accessible golf carts can be used by individuals with any type of mobility impairment including those with limited to no trunk mobility.

For More Information, Click Here


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