Manakiki Golf Course Cleveland

Manakiki Golf Course is a Cleveland Metroparks golf course that is one of the best golf courses in Ohio if you are looking for an example of the creative genius of architect Donald Ross. This historic layout opened in 1928. An electric trolley was once employed to carry golfers from the 15th green up to the 16th tee. The eighth hole was thought of as one of the best par fours on the PGA tour when the course hosted the Carling Open in the fifties. Today, the course can stretch to 6,641 yards long from the tips. From those back tees the USGA course rating is 71.4 and the slope is 128. The course was extensively renovated and improved in the early 90s.

The clubhouse is actually an updated version of the former Hanna Mansion. This Cleveland Metroparks course has a pro shop, driving range, and practice green. There's also a snack bar, and alcohol is served. If you are in search of tee times in Kirtland, this is an excellent public course to consider. "Manikiki" means maple forest, and golfers who stray from the fairways here will likely find themselves getting better acquainted with those ubiquitous maples.
35501 Eddy Road
Willoughby Hills, Ohio 44094
Course Architect
Donald Ross
Year Opened
Course Statistics
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Blue 6641 71.4 128
White 6173 70.1 126
Red 5316 72.8 121
Putting Green
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