If you're golfing as a single, you'll be meeting three new people (most likely men) and odds are in your favor that at least one of them is single.
(The Census Bureau estimates that 30 percent of Americans born between 19 are single.) You'll have him all to yourself for eighteen holes, and if you like him, you can let him buy you a Bloody Mary when you finish your round.
Literally in the last 6 years sections of the Arena District, Short North, and now Broad St. However, it is still a crowed mostly made up of late 20 somethings to early 30's. So if you fit into that mold then you will be happy here.
If your 35 and want to attend a jazz bar or piano bar, we have less of those, but we do have bars/pubs/and clubs that are geared toward the post college crowed.
Columbus is great when it comes to bars, clubs, and restaurants.(Besides, helping others gives you good dating karma.) If there are no volunteer groups in your area catering specifically to singles, check out Habitat for Humanity, It's a great way to meet people of all ages, and you get to spend the day in the sunshine using power tools. But honestly, if you don't love college football, and maybe hockey, there isn't really a whole lot of major interest to people 35 and over in the city itself.Most of the entertainment seems to be geared more towards the college-age or immediately post-college/young professional OSU crowd.
Want to meet an endless supply of fit, financially comfortable, educated men over 40? If you don't already golf, there are lots of reasonably priced lessons at your local public course.