The Course:

Pine Hill has been one of the most popular courses in Central Ohio for years. Some say it’s the Jack Kidwell design. Some say its the most ideal location, a short 20 minute drive from downtown Columbus south on Route 33. Some say it’s the beauty of the course, the lavish landscaping and many say it’s the people who work there. Whatever it is, the emphasis here is on the game of golf. All of the staff’s attention is poured into keeping the course playable and the golfers happy. It is certainly one of the most enjoyable courses to play in the region.


Located on 122 acres, the course features watered greens and fairways with every hole lined with trees. Relatively hilly and well-drained, players seek out Pine Hill year-round even after heavy rainfall. A challenging but fair course, players are encouraged to hone their skills on a choice of four tees. Pine
Hill's variety of tees offer an flexible exerience and opportunity to score for evey player, including women, seniors and youth golfers.

The number four tee and number 15 green offer panoramic views from the summit of “Pine Hill.” Number 4 pond was completely renovated. Number 3 green also shares the Hill with number 16 tee, completing the Hill. Number 14 is an elevated tee which requires a shot over the edge of the Hill to land on the green. Number 17 is a challenging 610 yard hole which was once a private airstrip.

Pine Hill has been very involved in community golfing hosting Liberty Union, Bloom Carroll Bulldogs and the Pickerington North Panthers.

Pine Hill hosts many weekday leagues. Give the course a call if you are interested in joining a league
or would like to start your own. Seating for up to 150 is available with many catering options or “bring
your own.”

The course is owned by Ila Miller Sloan, Jason Miller Sloan and Trent Sheridan who also is the Superintendent.