The common elements owned by the Muirfield Association, Inc. (the
are for the exclusive use of all residents in good standing and their guests. There are over 250 acres of open space within the village that includes wooded areas, natural elements, lakes, open space, and manicured lawns. When Jack Nicklaus developed Muirfield Village, his vision was to build a world-class golf course surrounded by a premier residential community. His inspiration to retain as much of the natural beauty including homes that blend with the land, has resulted in our lovely community.
Reasonable repair, maintenance and replacement of the common elements are done at the Association’s expense and at the direction of the Board of Directors. The annual assessment pays for the maintenance and upkeep of these amenities.
There are two recreation facilities. The following
chart lists the available activities at each facility.
A three-hole chipping and putting green sits in the open space just north of the Holbrook pool.
The Association offers a full tennis program for adult and junior residents at the Glick Road Recreation Complex.
A tennis activity sheet is provided in the annual meeting packet.
Information can also be found on the
or by calling the office at 614-889-0922.
Lakes: Twelve Association-owned lakes within our community are stocked with catfish, bass and bluegill.
Residents in good standing are
welcome to fish
in any of the Association-owned lakes.
Pathways: Over 29 miles of
winding through wooded areas, beautiful golf course vistas and open space are available to residents in good standing. The pathways are ‘good-weather-paths’ and are not cleared of snow. The paths provide many valuable benefits including transportation links, recreation areas, habitat corridors and outdoor fitness. There is a wide range and mix of residents using the paths so constant care and consideration for safety of all users is important.
The cart paths on the two adjacent golf courses, and the golf course
fairways, are private property that is not part of Muirfield Association common
areas. Residents are asked to respect the private ownership of these areas and
refrain from trespassing on them.