New Fall Rates

We have new Fall rates starting today, Monday, Oct. 15, & going through Nov. 3!

Stress less & golf more with our new rates! Check them out on our website.

Book online

Book your tee time on our online booking portal. Never any booking fees!

How to book online

Booking online is fast & easy! You can even invite friends to golf with you.

Finalists named for World Golf Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019

Retief Goosen, Dottie Pepper, Billy Payne and Calvin Peete are among 15 finalists under consideration to be part of the 2019 induction class of the World Golf Hall of Fame. The list, unveiled on Tuesday, includes individuals from four different countries who advanced through four different eligibility criteria.

The finalists were selected by a 20-person sub-committee that included six WGHOF members. To be considered, each had to meet minimum qualifications based on the category. Male and female competitors, for instance, must have 15 or more worldwide professional wins or at least two wins in any of the majors. The veterans category consists of players whose competitive careers primarily occurred prior to the 1980. Lifetime Achievement include those who made significant contributions outside the competitive arena.

The WGHOF Selection Commission, a 16-person group, will meet next week to discuss each finalist’s candidacy. To be inducted, a finalist must receive at least 75 percent approval. Those earning a place in the final class will be announced on Oct. 10.

The induction of the Class of 2019 will take place in Pebble Beach, Calif., on June 10, 2019, the Monday prior to the U.S. Open.

Male Competitor
Retief Goosen
Graham Marsh
Corey Pavin
Hal Sutton

Female Competitor
Susie Maxwell Berning
Beverly Hanson
Sandra Palmer
Dottie Pepper
Jan Stephenson

Lifetime Achievement
Peggy Kirk Bell
Billy Payne
Dennis Walters

Veterans
Jim Ferrier
Catherine Lacoste
Calvin Pette

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Now Accepting League Applications!

Host your league at Pleasant View!

 
⛳A gorgeous course with spectacular views
18 holes, 3 sets of tees, competitive prices, friendly staff
When you host your league at Pleasant View, you’re getting the best. We’re set up to accomodate all levels of golfer to play & are easily accessible from Alliance, Louisville, Minerva and Canton!  Use the button below to go to our “Contact Us” page where you can reach us with requests or questions!

Buy a 2019 Season Pass.. Get the rest of 2018 for FREE!

Our season passes are the best way to get more bang for your buck.  Save on individual rounds as well as on special events & pro shop goodies.

All passes include:
  • Green fees
  • 20% Off regularly priced golf shop merchandise
  • Account charging privileges. Purchase items on account and pay for them on a monthly basis.
  • Leagues, outings, & tournaments
  • Valid any time of day
  • Valid for the 2019 Season

Save on golf this weekend!

This weekend only, save on 18-hole rounds with cart when you book & pay online!

Saturday- Sunday | Sept. 22-23

  • $10 OFF
  • 10 AM up to 12 PM
  • $5 OFF
  •  12 PM- Close 

° Must book & pay online to receive discounts. °

Watch the video below to see how to book online!

$20 tee times this Thursday!

Save on golf this Thursday, 9/13 with $20 tee times from 11 AM to 1 PM!

Save money doing what you love!

Must be booked online using the “$20 Tee Times” button below to receive this pricing.

Register for our GO Alliance Scramble!

Sept 29th & 30th
Tee times start at 8:00am

Come to our GO Alliance 2-man Scramble at Pleasant View & Tannenhauf Golf Club for a weekend you won’t forget!

° $180 per Team °
Includes 2 days of golf – 18 holes, cart & lunch at the turn

Optional $20 Skins per day per team (Saturday at Tannenhauf & Sunday at Pleasant View)

How to Register

Register in our online store

or sign up at either course!

Pleasant View Golf Club
14605 Louisville Street NE Paris, OH 44669
330-862-2034

Tannenhauf Golf Club
11411 McCallum Ave NE, Alliance, OH 44601
330-823-4402

Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day from all of us here at Pleasant View Golf Club!  Get $8 off of green fees for 18-hole rounds with cart in the morning, and $5 off in the afternoon!

We’ll also have specials in the Golf Shop, so stop on by to get a deal!

Must book online to receive promotion.

Our GO Alliance Scramble is coming up, September 29-30

2 days, 2 players, 2 locations

Labor Day Specials

Celebrate all weekend long with our Labor Day Specials!

Saturday- Monday | September 1- 3

Hey, relax this Labor Day weekend- you deserve it. Spend the day at Pleasant View- We’re giving you $8 off of green fees for 18-hole rounds with cart in the morning, and $5 off in the afternoon!

We’ll also have specials in the Golf Shop, so stop on by to get a deal!

$8 off AM Green Fees
$5 off PM Green Fees

Must book online to receive promotion.

Our GO Alliance Scramble is coming up, September 29-30

2 days, 2 players, 2 locations

Tiger Woods says the PGA Tour’s Player of the Year race is over

By Alex Myers
Source: GolfDigest

PARAMUS, N.J. — A $10 million bonus will be up for grabs when the four-tournament FedEx Cup Playoffs kick off on Thursday. But according to Tiger Woods, another coveted PGA Tour prize has already been locked up.

On Tuesday morning, Woods answered 26 questions from the assembled media at Ridgefield Country Club. His shortest response came when he was asked if he thought Brooks Koepka, who held off Tiger at the PGA Championship earlier this month, would win the 2017-’18 PGA Tour Player of the Year Award.

“You win two majors, you’ve got it. It’s not real complicated,” said Woods, who has won the award a record 11 times, before expanding a bit. “It was very similar to what DD went through in ’98, with Marko winning two major championships, I think that trumps—what, DD won four times that year. I think two majors trumps it.”

Woods, long known for his love nicknames, was referring to David Duval (“DD”) and Mark O’Meara (“Marko”) with his 1998 example. O’Meara won that year’s Masters and U.S. Open and claimed Player of the Year.

Perhaps a better example, though, came 10 years later. Woods won four of his six starts to begin 2008, including that epic playoff win at the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. But he had knee surgery the following week and missed the rest of the season. Padraig Harrington wound up winning the year’s final two majors and was named Player of the Year by a vote of his peers.

The only two players to win two majors in the same year since (Rory McIlroy in 2014 and Jordan Spieth in 2015) each took POY honors. Koepka defended his U.S. Open title in June before winning a third career major at the PGA in August. And regardless of how he finishes this season, it sure sounds like he already has the vote of a certain 14-time major champ.

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