Play along the Dead River, throw from atop rock outcroppings, traverse the rocky wooded ridges, and enjoy a mostly wooded course which demands accuracy and control. Dual tees (Red and Blue). Hole lengths range from 475 - 130'.
Rubber Mat Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Public park
Drinking water available
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FIRST TIMERS MUST READ I’m writing this review because I wish there was something like it for me when I played this course for the first time. I played blue tees, and my stock tee shot distance is 350’. First, do not use the tee signs for the pin placements or distances. Every sign shows 2 pin locations per hole, the hole pin and an alt pin, but only holes 1 and 2 have an alt pin. Holes 3-18 only have one pin and I highly recommend walking the fairway of every hole you cannot see the pin from the tee. Pair that with UDisc and you will have the info you need to properly play the holes. Again, do not use the tee signs. Second, you will back track frequently throughout the course. The layout is, in a word, atrocious. The cool hole shapes barely justify all the additional walking required from previous hole pin to next tee pad. Several holes require that you walk some or all of the fairway, only to throw back the way you came. Lastly, the hole shapes, terrain, and use of elevation make for some very fun holes. This course is worth playing, but is not properly rated on UDisc. It pales in comparison to other 4.2+ rated courses in Michigan. Obviously, it’s my subjective opinion. But, like I said before, I really wish a review like this existed before I played it for the first time, so hopefully future first time players will find it useful. Good luck!
Course is more confusing than it should be yes but it is a beautiful course and well worth playing. Play all yellow baskets don’t play the alternate baskets on the alternate options and walk the fairway to see the basket. You can tell they are actively working and listening to feedback on the signage and it’s definitely improving. It’s still a fantastic course with two tee pads for all skill levels.
Layout is way to confusing
Great course! Very forehand friendly, don't bring your cart, bring bug spray - enjoy the views!
Eagle Rock1.9 mi
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