March 20, 2018
After a rigorous process, Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design has been selected by Kenwood Country Club to lead the design and master planning process for the facility. The Cincinnati, Ohio club is home to 36 holes originally designed in 1930 by one of the nation’s leading golf course architects of the era, Mr. William Diddel.
It is exciting to be working in our home state with a club that has such a long heritage of tradition and excellence. We look forward to working closely with Grounds Superintendent Kent Turner and the entire Design Committee throughout the process in order to meet the expectations of the membership. – Jason Straka, Principal, Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design
Currently in the research and analysis phase of the project, Fry and Straka expect the intensive active design phase to start later this spring. The renovation of the 18-hole Kendale Course is slated to begin in 2019, with the 18-hole Kenview Course to follow in 2020.
Find more information about Kenwood Country Club at www.kenwoodcc.com.