Fairlawn Address 200 N. Wheaton Road,
Akron, Ohio 44313
Fairlawn Phone Number330-836-5541

Fairlawn is Family

Founded in 1917, Fairlawn Country Club offers exceptional sports, recreational and social activities. The magnificent clubhouse is designed for family enjoyment, friendship and entertaining, whether for business or pleasure. Members and guests savor personal and club-organized events throughout the year, including the Children’s Fall Festival, Fireworks Spectacular and Christmas Eve candlelight buffet.

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Fairlawn Address 200 N. Wheaton Road,
Akron, Ohio 44313

Fairlawn Phone Number330.836.5541

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Fairlawn Golf

Fairlawn Country Club is renowned for its picturesque location. Our club revels in 115 acres of beautiful rolling terrain with forests, ravines and exquisite landscaping.

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Premier Akron Country Club

As a private club, we organize social activities, athletics and cultural and intellectual stimulation for the entertainment, recreation and enjoyment of our members, families and guests. With extraordinary fine dining, exciting sporting events and special seasonal events, all made possible by an exceptionally professional staff, Fairlawn becomes a family center for long and lasting friendships as well as a spectacular setting for business and social events.

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Redesigned Driving Range Now Open

Fairlawn Country Club has made a substantial investment in the redesigned golf practice facilities, the new outdoor dining pavilion and improvements to the swimming pool. Our new driving range extends over 270 yards and contains strategically located flags and greens at varying distances from the tee.  

Nineteen tees offer plenty of practice space even during tournament events. Bunkers spotted along the range  offer a sense of reality and enhance the aesthetics of the facility. An entirely new putting green, chipping green and sand trap are designed to allow our golfers to work on their short game.

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