Golf Course

About the Course

Canton's vision of building a world class, community golf facility was realized when Pheasant Run Golf Club opened its doors in 1995. The now mature and pristine 27-hole layout, designed by Arthur Hills, will put your skills to the test.

The course encompasses over 300 acres of manicured turf, natural wetlands, woodland areas, and native grasses, designed to be played by all. Arthur Hills states "we created large landing areas off the tee but tightened things up after the drive with water hazards and marshes."

You will find five sets of tee boxes that can play from 5,006 yards to 7,138 yards from the tips. Play all the way back and you'll find a course rating of 75.4 and slope of 143, ranking it among the most difficult in the state. The golf course can play very challenging for your better player, but is also extremely playable for the average to below average player, making it the perfect course for all players. Pheasant Run prides itself on having some of the best greens around, known to be true and fast.

North Course - Holes 1 to 9

  1. Hole 1
  2. Hole 2
  3. Hole 3
  4. Hole 4
  5. Hole 6
  6. Hole 7
  7. Hole 8
  8. Hole 9

North Course: Hole 1

Hole 1 Yard Markers

Course Overview

Not much trouble off the tee here. A solid approach will stay right of the hole to give an uphill putt at the hole. Avoid being short and left of the green as the green will slope away from you.

South Course - Holes 10 to 18

  1. Hole 10
  2. Hole 11
  3. Hole 12
  4. Hole 13
  5. Hole 14
  6. Hole 15
  7. Hole 16
  8. Hole 17
  9. Hole 18

Hole 10: - Par 4Hole 10 - Yard Markers

South Course: Hole #10 Overview

Favor the right side of the fairway off the tee. The 2-tiered green requires a well placed approach.

West Course - Holes 19 to 27

  1. Hole 19
  2. Hole 20
  3. Hole 21
  4. Hole 22
  5. Hole 23
  6. Hole 24
  7. Hole 25
  8. Hole 26
  9. Hole 27

West Course: Hole 19

Hole 19 - Par 4Hole 19 Yard Markers

Course Overview

A long uphill par 4 that is usually played into the wind. Favor the left side of the fairway and generally use one extra club on your approach.