The Oak Hill Country Club

The Oak Hill Country Club is an exclusive organization that values loyalty. It is an honor for many people to simply have been accepted as a member, but to then also been such a loyal member of the club for many years is truly valued. A longtime member of Rochester’s Oak Hill Country Club, gets priority privilege to play a round whenever they gets the chance, enjoying the beautiful Oak Hill course and facility with friends, their wife or even their children, everyone is welcome.

The Oak Hill Country Club, as their members know, features over 6600 yards of challenging, yet very rewarding, golfing opportunity. With a par of 71, Oak Hill has earned a course rating of 71.9, and has attained a slope rating of 127 on Bent Grass. Ross and Thomas Fazio, opened in 1926, and is currently managed by General Manager Eric Rule. Many members are proud to share in Oak Hill’s storied tradition as one of the premiere courses in the entire Rochester area. The course, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Donald J.

Well-known and recognized educator Daniel Behan enjoys the chance to hit the links every now and then, which provides him the chance to not only catch up with old friends, but to also work on and carefully evaluate his game, and to engage in a sport he has enjoyed since his time as a high school student in the middle of Ohio. Though he is admittedly not one of the best golfers to enjoy membership at Oak Hill, he is certainly no slouch, and is known to be able to hold his own with most anyone that challenges him to a game.

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