The Hamilton Elks Lodge #93
"90 years of golf and giving back to our local community"
The Elks organization purchase Butler County Country Club in 1932 and moved it’s lodge to the current location. In the early 1990s, the Hamilton Elks Lodge #93 contracted golf course architect Michael Hurdzan to build an additional 9 holes. This opened in 1995.
For decades, Hamilton Elks Lodge #93 has provided one of the best values in the Cincinnati/Dayton area for golf ...for golfers of all ages. Hamilton Elks Lodge #93 has also hosted thousands of weddings, banquets, parties, and related events.
The Lodge has contributed extensively to the local community through hospital visits, fundraisers, Veteran's events, and scholarships.
While "The Elks" has a healthy reputation among the area's better golfers, it's also an excellent course for juniors and beginners who are learning the great game of golf. The lack of forced carries and hazards on the Red and White courses means that beginning golfers can get around the course with minimal frustrations. On any given week at Hamilton Elks Lodge #93, you'll find every type of golfer...top state amateurs, beginners, ladies, seniors, juniors, "average" golfers, and club professionals.
While many modern courses in the area are difficult to walk, Hamilton Elks Lodge #93 is a haven for golfers who enjoy walking. Greens are close to tees, especially on the Red and White courses and golfers who enjoy walking will find plenty of company.
Tournaments and league play take place almost every day during the season at Hamilton Elks Lodge #93. And the PGA Professionals organize events for every standard of golfer and every age, including juniors and seniors. If you're a new member, events are an excellent way to meet members. You'll always find a game at Hamilton Elks. Practice facilities, golf shop, a new short game area and lessons...everything you'd expect at a golf club.