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Golf Courses In Cincinnati, Ohio

Amelia, Ohio:

Lindale Golf Club, Amelia, OH

Batavia, Ohio:

Elks Run Golf Club, Batavia, OH
Lord''s Valley Golf Course, Batavia, OH

Bethel, Ohio:

Taylor-Glen Golf Course, Bethel, OH
The Pines, Bethel, OH

Cincinnati, Ohio:

Avon Fields Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Beech Creek Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Blue Ash Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
California Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Delhi Hills Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Dunham Executive Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Fernbank Golf & Tennis Club, Cincinnati, OH
Glenview Municipal Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Green Hills Golf & Tennis Club, Cincinnati, OH
Hartwell Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Lake Gloria Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Legendary Run Golf Club, Cincinnati, OH
Little Miami Golf Center, Cincinnati, OH
Meadow Links & Golf Academy, Cincinnati, OH
Neumann Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Pebble Creek Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Sharon Woods Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
The Mill Course, Cincinnati, OH
The Vineyard Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Will Reeves Memorial Golf Course, Cincinnati, OH
Woodland Golf Course Inc, Cincinnati, OH

Cleves, Ohio:

Hillview Golf Course, Cleves, OH
Robin''s Nest Par-3 & Driving Range, Cleves, OH

Fairfield, Ohio:

Fairfield Golf Club-South Trace, Fairfield, OH
Fairfield Greens-North Trace, Fairfield, OH
Wildwood Country Club, Fairfield, OH

Goshen, Ohio:

Deer Track Golf Course, Goshen, OH

Hamilton, Ohio:

Potters Park Golf Course, Hamilton, OH
Twin Run Municipal Golf Course, Hamilton, OH
Vista Verde Golf Club, Hamilton, OH
Walden Ponds Golf Club, Hamilton, OH

Harrison, Ohio:

Circling Hills Golf Course, Harrison, OH
Miami Whitewater Forest Golf Course, Harrison, OH

Lebanon, Ohio:

Harmon Golf Club, Lebanon, OH
Shaker Run Golf Club, Lebanon, OH

Loveland, Ohio:

Eagle''s Nest Golf Course, Loveland, OH
Hickory Woods Golf Course, Loveland, OH

Mason, Ohio:

Crooked Tree Golf Course, Mason, OH
Golf Center at Kings Island, Mason, OH
Kingswood Golf Course, Mason, OH
Western Row Golf Course, Mason, OH

Middletown, Ohio:

Green Crest Golf Course, Middletown, OH
Pleasant Hill Golf Club, Middletown, OH
Weatherwax Golf Course, Middletown, OH

Morrow, Ohio:

Whitacre''s Oak Hill, Morrow, OH

Newtown, Ohio:

Indian Valley Golf Course, Newtown, OH

North Bend, Ohio:

Aston Oaks Golf Club, North Bend, OH
Shawnee Lookout Golf Course, North Bend, OH

Oxford, Ohio:

Hueston Woods Golf Course, Oxford, OH
Indian Ridge Golf Club, Oxford, OH

Springdale, Ohio:

The Golf Ranch-Tri County, Springdale, OH

Waynesville, Ohio:

Holly Hills Golf Club, Waynesville, OH
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Monthly Golf Equipment Review

Wood Review: Taylor Made Ti-Bubble Burner 2

Taylor Made Ti-Bubble Burner 2 - A good friend of mine is a club representative for Taylor Made, so many of my friends use this club. I have hit with them quite a few times and must admit, it's a very good club. Though it performs quite well, it just seems a bit bulky to me, and I'm not a big fan of how the big head sets up behind the ball on address. If this aesthetic trait doesn't bother you, it's a very good club, both in terms of ...
by John Kim.

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Monthly Golf Tip

TIP #3: Proper Posture:

Objective: Prevents dipping or raising up,and,hitting thin or fat shots.

The golf swing is a coil, pivot, turn or rotation around your spine angle. To coil properly you need to have the "proper" posture.

Start by standing comfortably erect, hands hanging at your side. Doing this in front of a mirror will be a great advantage. Please notice how your shoulders are below your chin. You must maintain this relationship while doing the ...

by Dr. Golf.

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