Some of the notable holes are hole #8 on the C course, which is a 605-yard hole with a tight out-of-bounds tree line on the left and a pond on the right, just before you get to the green. Hole #9 is a 198-yard par 3 with a pond just before the fairway and three bunkers surrounding the green. On the B-course, you have two lengthy par fives, holes #3 (583 yards) and #15 (567 yards), that have streams cutting across both and small greens. In the words of the great Arnold Palmer, “It’s a good testing course.” In 2011, Cleveland Metroparks acquired the course from the City of Cleveland and currently is renovating the wooded and scenic golf course into the gem that it used to be. With five sets of tee boxes, Seneca is no longer just a course once for legends, but a course for every golfer.