Little Met Golf Course

Cleveland, Ohio

Where great Cleveland golfers get their start! The first Cleveland Metroparks golf course, Little Met (originally named Course #2), was built as a temporary golf course in 1924. Its purpose was to stimulate interest as well as to satisfy the desire of anxious golfers prior to the opening of Big Met Golf Course. Seven years later, the demand for golf continued and the Cleveland Metropolitan Park Board decided to continue operating the course. In 1930, the rate for 9 holes of golf was 25¢! Although the rate is no longer 25¢, 9 holes at Little Met Golf Course is still one of the best golf values.

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