About the Course
Glenross Golf Club, formerly Tanglewood Golf Course, is an eclectic blend of both old and new. The renovation of the course has been extensive, but its identity has been retained. The large majestic oak trees that defined many fairways take on the same importance by bordering the fairways of the new Glenross course. While much of the golf course layout will be recognizable to previous patrons, five new holes have been added to strengthen the layout. As in the past, play continues to occur both north and south of Cheshire Road in Delaware, Ohio, but a new tunnel now leads players from the front nine to the back nine.
Glenross’s 6,500-yard, par-70 golf course features four sets of tees on each hole. The all new bentgrass tees, fairways and greens will further compliment each hole. Renovation occurred from tee through green on each of the existing 13 holes and five holes have completely new layout and design. Our beautiful course boasts rolling fairways, undulating greens, fifty new sand bunkers, seven ponds and a natural creek. Acres of wetlands, natural grass areas and hundreds of trees have been added to further challenge golfers and enhance the overall playing experience.
Scorecard and Course Map