The Chippewa Golf Club is a historic 18 hole public golf course facility that was established in 1926. It is conveniently located in Curtice, Ohio just 10 minutes east of Toledo. The course was designed by Mr. Harold Weber who was Toledo, Ohio's first famous golfer and four time Ohio amateur champion. The layout is a traditional design highlighted by tree lined fairways, small greens and strategically placed bunkers. There are two winding creeks that come into play on 15 of the 18 holes. A driving range with practice putting and chipping area is available. This historic layout offers four (4) sets of tees that provide an enjoyable and fair challenge to golfers of all skill levels.