- North America
The VirtuesNashport, Ohio
- AddressOne Long Dr, Nashport, OH 43830, USA
Designed by Arthur Hills, the attractive parkland layout at The Virtues Golf Club (formerly Longaberger Golf Club) opened for play in 1999, which was just in time for it to host a “Shell's Wonderful World of Golf” match between Dottie Pepper and Karrie Webb, giving the course instant international exposure on television.
There’s little level terrain on the property so many of the tee shots and approach shots play uphill or downhill, some with significant changes in elevation. Doglegged fairways that bend in either direction are also prominent design features.
Perhaps the hole that best encapsulates The Virtues is the par five 4th, where the fairway drops one hundred and fifty feet from the tee before kinking left to a green that’s guarded by a pond to the front right hand side of the putting surface.
Constructed by Longaberger Company, the handcrafted basket firm, the course was sold off at the end of 2013 as part of a restructuring package which allowed the new owners, Four Virtues, to retain the course name for a period of time.
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Arthur Hills started playing golf when he was seven. He lived just across the railroad tracks from Ottawa Park municipal course in Toledo, Ohio, where he could play golf for 26 cents before noon.