Lost Nation Golf Course

38890 Hodgson Rd, Willoughby, OH 4409
(440) 953-4280

Hours of Operation

Weekdays: 12 pm – close
Weekends: 8 am – 6 pm

WEEKDAYS
Walking 9 holes: tee off between 12 pm – 3 pm
Walking 18 holes: tee off between 12 pm – 1 pm
Carts available for 9 holes (singles): tee off between 12 pm – 1 pm*
* To ensure all carts are back for league play

LEAGUE PLAY
Leagues tee off between 3 pm. Limited tee times during league play.

WEEKENDS
Carts available throughout the day. Last 18 hole cart out at 2 pm, last 9 hole cart at 4 pm.
Walking only from 4 pm – 6 pm

Course Rules

  • Driving Range is open and ball buckets can be purchased inside the clubhouse
  • All payments must be by credit card (per the Lake County General Health District)
  • No food or drink is permitted to be served
  • Golf shop is currently closed
  • No flag sticks and cups are raised. Hit the cup for the putt to count.
  • No scorecards
  • When finished playing, please leave the premises so no congregation occurs
  • No walk-ups, but tee times can be given if available when you arrive
  • Tee times are available for single players
  • Call 440.953.4280 to reserve tee time

Course Infomation

Located in the North end of Willoughby only a mile and a half from State Route 2, Lost Nation Golf Course is a 6500 acre, 18-hole golf course with driving range, putting green, pro shop and snack bar.

Designed by H.S. Colt and Harry Allison, the course features a challenging layout with that will test golfers of all abilities. The front nine features two par 5s and one of the best Par 3s in the area. The back nine features the famed 15th hole that is arguably the hardest Par 4 in the area. The back nine features 5 holes where water comes into play.

In 2014, the finishing touches of over $5 million in renovations and updates were completed including improvements to drainage and irrigation and the rebuilding and redesign of two Par 5s. Lost Nation also secured a federal grant to restore severely eroded stream banks along Ward’s Creek, which runs through the back nine. This grant also assisted in creating wildlife habitat both in and out of the water and a buffer area to reduce sediment runoff into the waterway.