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    Course History

Majestic Springs Golf Club......the best kept secret in Southwest Ohio.

What started out as a Field of Dreams is now a reality, known as Majestic Springs Golf Club. After talking about the concept of a golf course for the better part of 10 years, the Mckay's dream finally became a reality. But the course didn't happen overnight, and it didn't come without a lot of hard work and dedication.

The dream came into fruitation in the spring of 1999 with the opening of the front nine holes. And by the end of the summer, the 220-acre McKay farm was completely transformed into an 18-hole links style golf course designed by Ohio's own Barry Serafin, principal of Serafin Golf Course Design. Serafin has been designing and renovating award-winning golf courses since 1987 and his creation at Majestic Springs ranks near the top of his list.

This course provides for some of the more natural and picturesque holes a golfer will find in the area. At Majestic Springs, Serafin based his creative design on the natural, challenging flow of the land here in Wilmington. His sensitivity to the existing environment resulted in Majestic Springs 220 acres of farmland becoming one of Ohio's most exciting courses, utilizing the famous links-style as defined by the natural features of the golf course. In fact, less than 200,000 yards of dirt were moved, one-third to one-half of what is typically moved to create a new course.

Most recently, in December 2011, the O'Sullivan's and Rapp's purchased Majestic Spring Golf Course. Kevin O'Sullivan also manages the Southwest Golf Ranch and Harmon Golf Course in Lebanon, Ohio. He brings a wealth of knowledge in the golf industry with nearly 30 years of experience.

What's new in 2018? Continued major course improvements (including fairway, greens, tees, cart paths) and possbily enclosing the outing Pavilion. Stay tuned...