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Shaker Run Golf Club
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1320 Golf Club Dr Lebanon, OH 45036
1320 Golf Club DriveUSOhioLebanon45036
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"Despite the nice course, our group will not be going back to Shaker Run."
"The Ohio golfer is not that stupid and will not pay the money."
"The staff was courteous and the course that was open was well taken care of."
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Aaron Lane
6 months ago
Just played this course on one of the best Sunday's your going to get in late October. The course was in really good condition. They had some of the best greens that I've played in the area (better than Pipestone, Moss Creek, etc.). There were lots of leaves on the greens which was quite annoying trying to use a towel to clear out a path to putt, a small leaf blower in the morning would have done the trick. Another let down, like with another review, was the quality of service at the bar. To get one drink and a hot dog took for ever. I don't know what she was doing that I had to wait so long, she kept dropping things and didn't even acknowledge me for five to ten minutes. The prices were decent. At the turn there were two bartenders and the same situation happened. Just seriously lousy bartenders. They don't seem to have any training with this but overall, minus the bar service, the course was fun to play. Great views and quality fairways and greens.
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Mark Z
11 months ago
I am not sure what course Robert played, but I can't imagine it was the Shaker Run that I played yesterday. The course is in fantastic shape. The greens need another week or so to heal to be perfect. They were recently aerified it looked like. The bunkers could use a little work, but they were definitely playable. They put new hole signs on the course I noticed which were much needed. No visible markers? What do you want, and giant pole sticking out at the 150 marker? They have markers on both sides of the fairway at that course every 25 yards, plus on many sprinkler heads. I say keep the tacky striped barber shop pole for the goat tracks. The course is in great shape right now, and they are making improvements it appears. A new tree was also added back in #4's fairways, where one of the older owners got rid of it. The new owners have a huge vested interest in this place for it to succeed, and you can see the money going back in the course for sure. If they go thru with some of their plans that I have heard about, this course will easily be one of the best in the state again.
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Brian Timson
10 months ago
Course was not in the best condition, service was terrible. Went to get a drink and hot dog at the turn and sat there for over ten minutes waiting for some to help us. 5 people were behind the bar. One lady was helping another customer and I guess was new because she looked lost. One lady kept cleaning the same spot on the bar. One lady kept walking in and out and one lady was just standing at the register. When they finally asked us if we needed anything, she seemed annoyed that we were bothering her. Terrible customer service. No water on the course and the bunkers were in horrible condition. Too many other options out there with better customer service and better course conditions. For $50 on a weekend you should expect and get more.
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Sarah Thoma
a year ago
I was married in the fall of 2013. We wanted to get married over looking the lake then have the reception inside the main ballroom. A new lady took the position of event coordinator, named Sherri Cornell. She is impossible to get ahold of with dozen of emails and phone calls. She informed me the day before my wedding, less than 24 hours, that I would have to decorate my own wedding. Meaning I have to put the centerpieces up, table decorations such as the tea lights and table numbers, my gift table, the place cards, guest book along with any other little decoration I had BECAUSE she simple didn't have the staff. I was paying over 10k and I had to set up my own reception!!!??!!? We had the rehearsal at shaker run a few hours later and I talked yet another manager who ensured us that they will set up everything and not to worry. The day of the wedding come I arrive at 12:00pm for the 4:30pm wedding and the only thing set up are plates and silver wear. I was in shear panic mode! I immediately got the manager on staff which wasn't Sherri Cornell even though she promised to be there at 12:00 and didn't arrive till after 1:00, and he started to set up my wedding. Then once he did all he had time for my brides maids, mother in-law, cousin, and myself set the rest of my reception up. I argued with her but she called me rude and blamed me for having a terrible attitude. I proceeded to breakdown and started crying because of the whole situation. The food is fair and over priced. The open bar ran out of most alcohol very fast. They also lie about pricing I was told flat rates for chair covers and rentals and they charged me with set up fees and delivery fees on everything even table clothes which they are suppose to supply on their own. Also wouldn't move ceremony chair inside when it started to rain like promised. They are not honest people they just try to cheat you on everything. If you are dealing with Sherri Cornell just don't waste your time or money, please.
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Blake Stewart
2 weeks ago
Played a tournament here the past weekend and I have to say this course was so rude. We played two six hour rounds because the management couldn't say no to people who wanted to play that day, so they decided to squeeze these groups of people in between our groups during the turn. I waited 45 #$#%ing minutes on the ten tee. Horrible! There are 27 holes of golf here at this place why couldn't you put them on the side we weren't playing.
Robert Wilson
a year ago
We played last Sunday and I should have listened to the reviews I read. The only positive thing I can say is that the course has some nice views. What it doesn't have are decent greens, none of the grass around the greens have been mowed, the traps are growing weeds and are dirt. There are no visible markers for distance and they said we got a deal at $50, the regular price is $65. We played on a beautiful Sunday and there was no one on the course. I now know why. Golfer beware.
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Steve McDonald
a year ago
Spent quite a few rounds there in earlier days when it was a great course. Wish I could say it was the same now. The staff was courteous and the course that was open was well taken care of. With that being said, the course has a way to go to be at it's former glory. It started as I went to the pro shop to grab some tees and divot tool before my round to find the pro shop was empty. What kind of pro shop doesn't have tees and divot tools? This one I guess. While on the course I found that the holes have changed from previously and GPS was completely unusable. Thats all fine, I understand the old place ended up in disarray so its been an uphill battle getting things squared away although, we found that holes had pcs of paper taped to old hole signs to guide you through the course. We had to call the club house when we came to a juction of 3 holes and we couldn't find the pc of paper that was placed on the sign because it was a windy day. I'm sure I'll go back again but, I'll wait a season to let these things get fixed.
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Nitin Kumar
a year ago
First off, the course is in great condition and fun to play. The one star rating comes from the staff. From arrival until we left, the staff was unfriendly and downright rude. On the first tee, we were told (before we even teed off) that we needed to finish the each nine in under 2:10 because they had a large outing in the afternoon. On hole 9 we were reprimanded for being 10 minutes behind that pace and told to speed up. On the back nine, we never saw the group behind us and still were stopped 3 times and told to hurry up because we were "setting the pace and not keeping up with the group in front of us." We were a foursome, and the group in front of us by two holes was a twosome. We told him that we hadn't seen the group behind us in a few holes and that we were trailing a twosome, to which he used the word "imperative" 20 times and never saw our point. If that wasn't enough, the cart girl was horrible. She never stopped the cart unless you yelled at her, let alone if you were trying to hit a shot. When you did get her to stop, she could not even muster a smile. We finished the round 10 minutes ahead of the time they had told us and went in to talk to them about it. They did not apologize, made no considerations for us and said, "Well, I guess it all worked out in the end then, huh?" Despite the nice course, our group will not be going back to Shaker Run.
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