Bunker Hill Farm was the name given by early settler, Eden Hamilton in memory of the historical Bunker Hill in Charlestown, Massachusetts. The Hamilton family lived nearby and a family member, Walter Kennedy fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775. The farm land was named Bunker Hill Farm until 1927.

Bunker Hill Golf Course was purchased in 1939 by Berneta and Roger Ingraham.

The Next Generation

Roger and Berneta’s younger son Arnold took over in 1980 and brought historic Bunker Hill into the modern age. He added a picnic pavilion to provide a dinner venue for leagues and outings. Weekday evening leagues were created and sought out by Arnold and they have become a robust staple of business for Bunker Hill. Arnold added full course cart paths and irrigation throughout the course including double row fairway sprinklers. Many holes were stretched out to add a 3rd and then a 4th set of tees to provide a playing challenge to all levels of golfers. Some of the older and smaller “push up” greens were replaced with new “modern” greens. Arnold even added some new holes (now #3 and #4) around the 7 acre lake he built to provide enough water for the irrigation system.

Another positive addition is Steven Ross joining Bunker Hill as co-owner in 2020.

The golf course is in its best condition ever. Golfers are pleasantly surprised by this jewel that is gaining its deserved reputation as one of the best discovered secrets in Medina County. From it’s fast greens, running at an average 9 on the stimpmeter, to its aesthetics that rival any country club, there is no wonder that Bunker Hill has been voted Best Of The Best for 10 years running by reader’s of the Medina Gazette.


  • Bunker Hill was the 2004 Ohio Golf Course Of the year.
  • Voted Best Golf Course in Medina County 10 years in a row!
  • Rated Four Stars by Golf Digest Five years running.
  • Taste of Medina Winners
  • Swiss Miss, Best Sandwich
  • Apple House Slaw, Best Side Dish

A Culture of Quality

Continuous improvements and attention to detail are choreographed by Superintendent Scott Brickley.

Each fairway has an intermediate cut of rough, not found at many public courses.

Rolling hills, fantastic fairways, beautiful ponds, creeks and a carpet of green.

Bunker Hill fans have been thrilled with a recent renovation to holes #9 and #18. The first creek that crossed both fairways and caused havoc with many tee shots has been redirected so long straight drives are rewarded instead of penalized. These two holes remain the most challenging holes at Bunker Hill, but they now play much more fair and reward good shots.