The Miami University golf team primarily uses four courses for its practices:

Hueston Woods

Oxford, Ohio

5 minutes from campus

7,100 yards

Par 72

Hueston Woods is a traditional layout featuring tree-lined holes that require players to move the ball both directions. The par-3’s are extremely strong and demand solid long-mid iron shots. The course is a legitimate test of golf that challenges every aspect of a player’s game.

Hueston Woods is considered the home of Miami University Golf.  It has been the home of Miami University Golf for over 40 years. 

The team conducts many of the practice sessions on the Hueston Woods’ practice facility, which boasts a large practice tee with many different targets on the range.  A bunker and large putting green allow the team to improve their short game.

>Indian Ridge

Oxford, Ohio

10 minutes from campus

7,001 yards

Par 72

Indian Ridge boasts a country club atmosphere in a public course setting. With 18 holes sculpted from gently rolling terrain that winds through walnut and cedar trees, extensive practice facilities and a handsome clubhouse, Indian Ridge overlooks the surrounding countryside with the ambiance of a private retreat.

Liberty Country Club

Liberty, Ind.

20 minutes from campus

6,400 yards

Par 70

Liberty Country Club is a great contrast to Hueston Woods. Much shorter, it places a premium on wedge play and putting. The small greens are slick and sloping and force players to have good control of their short games. Always in fantastic condition, Liberty prepares the team to excel from inside 125 yards. The practice facility features a driving range with a plush bent grass tee and a short game area that allows players to hit any kind of shot from 50 yards and in.

Brown's Run

Middletown, Ohio

30 minutes from campus

6,850 yards

Par 72

Brown’s Run is one of the best maintained golf courses in Ohio. Plush fairways and pure greens characterize this traditional layout. A great test of golf, Brown’s Run demands a variety of shots and features several difficult driving holes.

Forest Hills Country Club

Richmond, Ind.

30 Minutes from Campus

6328 Yards

Par 71

Forest Hills has been consistently touted as one of East Central Indiana's most challenging golf courses.  Narrow, tree-lined fairways require precision and accuracy off the tee while severely-undulated greens that are typically very fast challenge all players.  It is also one of the best-maintained golf courses in the area, providing a championship quality experience.