Neumann Golf Course in Cincinnati, Ohio, is one of the city’s most popular courses. Built in 1965 by Bill Diddle, the 27-hole golf facility features three sets of nine holes on the White, Blue and Red courses. The golf course is set on rolling, wooded land, putting an emphasis on accurate tee shots. Neumann’s four sets of tees provide the right challenge for every player. Neumann Golf Course is part of the Cincinnati Recreation Commission’s Golf Courses, and is certified as a Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International. The golf course is committed to protecting the local environment, conserving natural resources and providing wildlife habitats. Reserve your tee time today!