For membership information please contact Salem Golf Clubs General Manager at 330-332-0346.


The Club’s founders commissioned one of the nation’s pre-eminent golf pros, William “Bertie” Way, to design their golf course. Way had been brought to Ohio by John D. Rockefeller to become the golfing pro at Mayfield Country Club. Subsequently, he would become an esteemed golf course architect – designing, among other courses, Firestone Country Club’s fabled “South Course”.

With the addition of the second 9 holes in 1967, Salem’s course features 6,409  yards of relatively hilly, tree-lined fairways. Golf Course Architect, Geoffrey Cornish, ASGCA, redesigned the course in 1981, making it the fine and challenging course that it is today. With a course rating of 70.9 and a slope of  118 on bent grass, par is 72.

Consistent with the Club’s history, tee times are not required ~ just show up and play golf. To warm up, there is a practice fairway and a practice putting green. Of course, there is a full time golfing pro and staff available for instruction.