Fall rates start October 1
Come out and enjoy the fresh fall air and play.
October 1 - November 4
9 holes walking: $13.00
9 holes riding: $21.00
18 holes walking: $18.00
18 holes riding: $25.00
Hills course will be open through Sunday, October 7
Dales course & driving range will be open through Sunday, November 4.
Don't forget to use your range tokens or redeem
your gift card before November 4.
You can use your gift cards for our silent auction on hole signs, clubhouse pictures
or we can special order clubs, shoes, or balls for you.
If you have questions about the silent auction, call 330-478-6501.
2018 will be the last season for golf at Tam O'Shanter
Sunday, November 4, 2018, will be the final day for all 36 holes of golf at family-owned Tam O’Shanter in Jackson Township.
According to company president Chuck Bennell, “Our golfers really love Tam O’Shanter and our people love taking care of them. We have built lasting friendships within our team and among our customers, and this is an emotional time for everyone.”
“But the third and fourth generations of the two families who share ownership of our company are scattered across the country and there is no ‘next generation’ member with golf management experience. It’s the right time for us to leave the golf business.”
The Stark County Park District is under contract to buy the south portion of the “Dales” course in 2018 and also to buy the “Hills” course in 2019, which means 205 acres of Tam O’Shanter will be preserved for open space and passive recreation.
Tam O’Shanter is also committed to donate 20 acres to Jackson Township Parks for active recreation, a soccer and sports complex accessible from Fulton Drive. A total of 225 acres will become new county and township public parkland.
“Up until now we had hoped to open the Hills Course in 2019. However, it’s possible Stark Parks can move faster than anticipated to purchase the rest of our land instead of waiting until the end of next year, and we want to give them plenty of flexibility.”
“It would be dishonest if we were to tell golf leagues and outings to make reservations for 2019 and then abruptly cancel their bookings if the land sale happens early. Our customers need to plan now for where they will play next year”, Mr. Bennell concluded.
After a successful effort in 2017 to re-zone 62 acres along Everhard Road and Fulton Drive for commercial use, Tam O’Shanter owners are working with a real estate company that is planning a retail and professional office development. This commercial area will connect via biking and hiking trails to the newly created parks.
Tam O’Shanter will stay in touch with our customers via e-newsletters and Facebook postings between now and November, and we’ll keep our promise to be “A Better Place to Play” with the same great golf course conditions and friendly welcome as always!