ABOUT THE COURSE
The Speedway Miracle Tournament is held at the historic NCR Country Club located in beautiful Southwest Ohio. This historic course dates back to the early 20th century, and has become a well known, championship caliber course.

NCR Country Club

NCR Country Club
NCR Country Club is a unique facility, located in Southwest Ohio, that can proudly boast of having two Dick Wilson signature golf courses. The famed architect is credited with such historic designs as Bay Hill, Cog Hill, Doral, and Laurel Valley to name just a few. The South Course, a par 71 covering 7,055 yards of wooded, rolling terrain, has long been considered a championship caliber golf course. The South Course has been the venue for many recognizable national events. It was the site of the 1969 PGA Championship, the 1986 U.S. Women's Open, the 1998 U.S. Mid Amateur, the 2005 U.S. Senior Open, and most recently the 2013 USGA Women’s State Team Championship. In contrast, the North Course is a prairie style, links type golf course with a par of 70 covering a total of 6,828 yards. The North Course is a perfect complement to the South Course, offering a welcomed change of pace while still offering a stern test of golf for golfers of any ability level.



Directions to NCR Country Club



4435 Dogwood Trail
Kettering, OH 45429
(937)299-3571


From South Bound I-75
  • Exit 50B - Springboro Road - State Route 741
  • Turn LEFT at light
  • Proceed 1.7miles to Stroop Road and turn LEFT
  • Proceed 1.6 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn RIGHT

From North Bound I-75
  • Exit 47 - Dixie Drive - Moraine, Kettering
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Stroop Road and turn RIGHT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn RIGHT

From South Bound I-675
  • Exit 4 - State Route 48 - Far Hills Avenue
  • Turn RIGHT on Far Hills
  • Proceed 2.9 miles to Stroop Road and turn LEFT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn LEFT

From Downtown Dayton
  • Take Main Street (Far Hills Avenue) south
  • Proceed to Stroop Road in Kettering and turn RIGHT
  • Proceed 1.2 miles to Dogwood Trail and turn LEFT (or take I-75 south - see above directions)