A 65 Year Professional Golf Legacy

Every corner of Firestone Country Club carries the presence of incredible golf history. From the first tournament hosted here in 1954 to the PGA and SPGA's long relationship with the club, notable champions like Tommy Bolt, Arnold Palmer and Tom Nieporte all staked their claim to fame on our famous courses, bunkers and fairways. These spectacular golf courses are sure to draw you into their historic mystique as you wind your way around the beautifully arranged holes.

Three Legendary Courses. One Firestone.

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North Course

With a number of lakes and streams accentuating Firestone's natural beauty, precision is the name of the game on this historic Robert Trent Jones Sr. courses.

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South Course

Host to numerous PGA Championships through the years and current home of the Bridgestone Seniors Players Championship, our South Course is truly hallowed ground for golf enthusiasts.

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Fazio Course

Home to the Ohio Senior Open, the Fazio course offers a classic links-style experience with some surprising challenges along the way.

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1975 PGA Championship

Firestone History

Jack Nicklaus pulls out a remarkable par on the Arnold Palmer-nicknamed “Monster” 16th hole, considered to be the hardest hole on Firestone Country Club’s South Course.

Services

Your golf needs are covered with comprehensive services including one-on-one golf instruction, group instruction clinics, club fitting and repair services, golf bag storage and much more.

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Golf Academy

The Golf Academy offers an array of services designed to allow golfers of every age and skill level to get the most from their game.

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BRIDGESTONE SENIOR PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Through over 65 years of professional tournament golf, Firestone Country Club has archived an incredible history of stories from the greatest to ever play the game. The South Course will host the Bridgestone Senior Players Championship from 2019 through 2022.