The History of the Granville Inn
In 1923, John Sutphin Jones, a coal and railroad magnate, commissioned the construction of the Granville Inn in the Jacobethan Revival style on the site of the Granville Female College, which had closed its doors in 1898.
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When you stay at the Granville Inn, you’ll wake up to a delicious European Continental Breakfast in our tavern. Then, enjoy quaint village shops just steps away, explore miles of scenic bike trails, or test your skills on one of the finest examples of Donald Ross golf course design in the country.
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About Granville, Ohio
Granville is a quaint, New England-style community located in Licking County (east central Ohio) along the western edge of the Appalachian Plateau. Home to Denison University, the Village has a permanent population of 3,500 and a total population of 5,600 when the college is in session.
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Denison Golf Club
Denison Golf Club was designed in 1924 by the world famous Scottish golf course architect, Donald Ross. This premier course exemplifies his philosophy of using the natural rolling wooden terrain to create settings for each hole, with elevated and undulating greens, and 63 artfully placed sand bunkers.
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