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Target Golf in SE Michigan
Target Golf in SE Michigan

Huntmore Golf Club

Pros: Well conditioned, Lower Cost, Challenging

Cons: Tends to be Wet, Challenging for Higher Handicaps

Uncrowded & User Friendly
Uncrowded & User Friendly
Not an Ordinary Walk in the Woods
Not an Ordinary Walk in the Woods

Pierce Lake Golf Course

Pros: Wonderful design, Fine conditioning, Not crowded, Walking allowed at all times

Cons: No driving range, Weekend rates a bit high

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Huntmore Golf Club

Huntmore Golf Club

“Huntmore Golf Club, formerly the Golf Club of Michigan, was designed by Pat Grelak and built in 2000. The course plays to 7,115 yards (74.8/143 rating) but there are three alternate sets of tees. Set in rolling woodlands, the course is both attractive and difficult. One can consider this a target golf course and features wetlands, dense woods and significant greenside bunkering.  Unless...” --bkuehn1952

100% Positive Reviews
Pierce Lake Golf Course

Pierce Lake Golf Course

“ This hidden gem winds its way over gentling rolling hills bordered by native grasslands, forest and wetlands.  Tipping out at 6,914 yards (72.5/135) one better have their "A" game ready or consider using one of the 4 alternate tees.  The front nine is a bit more open with varied hilly terrain consisting of grassland and forest.  One large pond and a stream bisecting...” --bkuehn1952

100% Positive Reviews
Hudson Mills Metro Park Golf Course

Hudson Mills Metro Park Golf Course

“Hudson Mills is part of the regional Huron Clinton Metropark Authority park system, a bit off the beaten path but worth a trip to Dexter. Built in 1990 and designed by Metropark staff, the course plays to a par of 71. At 6,560 yards from the tips (71.2/118) the course offers a challenge to the good golfer without being too penal for the recreational player. There are 3 other sets of tees...” --bkuehn1952

0% Positive Reviews
Leslie Park Golf Course

Leslie Park Golf Course

“ Leslie is a fine and entertaining layout located in NE Ann Arbor.  Tipping out at about 6,700 yards, the course will not strike fear in the heart of the +3 handicapper but the rest of us will have plenty to keep us busy.  The course is blessed with some interesting topography so get ready for some uphill and downhill holes.  The moderate size greens have plenty of slope so...” --bkuehn1952

100% Positive Reviews
HawksHead Links

HawksHead Links

“18 Holes Architect: Arthur Hills Michigan has lots of trees, but the dominant features at Hawks Head are the sand dunes and the sandy waste areas. Hawks head has a links feel--rolling terrain, long grasses, dunes, windy, shrubs, and large greens (it's Michigan, so there are a few trees). Generous fairways promote confidence, and in no wind, you could go really low here. The clubhouse has...” --uttexas

100% Positive Reviews
Pilgrim's Run Golf Club

Pilgrim's Run Golf Club

“18 holes Architects: Kris Schumacker and Mike DeVries The course is in Pierson, a small township a little trek north of Grand Rapids. For the price, this might be the best course I've ever played. Perfect for a golf trip, you're in beautiful peaceful surroundings far away from any residential developments--generous fairways, interesting and challenging hole designs. Well manicured, lush...” --uttexas

100% Positive Reviews
Shepherd's Hollow Golf club

Shepherd's Hollow Golf club

“27 Holes Architect Arthur Hills Beautiful course on hilly up and down terrain. Lush green grass, lots of trees, severely undulating/sloping fairways. Many blind landing areas to dramatically sloping fairways; hence the added difficulty to playing the course the first time. The greens are multi tiered with subtle slopes all over. The day I played it, the greens were very slow making...” --uttexas

100% Positive Reviews
The Majestic at Lake Walden

The Majestic at Lake Walden

“27 Holes Architect Jerry Mathews I played holes 1-18. The first two and last two holes are straight forward, wide open, smash it with the driver. The architect was limited with the topography on the beginning and final holes, but the middle 14 holes are so great in comparison. The middle 14 holes traverse hilly, winding marsh land around a heavily wooded lake. Lots of elevated tees and...” --uttexas

100% Positive Reviews
Lakewood Shores Golf & CC

Lakewood Shores Golf & CC

“ The Lakewood Shores resort is a small resort with few amenities in Oscoda, MI which is on Lake Huron about 3 hours north of Detroit. The resort is not fancy but it's worth the trip to play the wonderful Gailes course. There are two other courses at the resort but The Gailes is the cream of the crop. It's also an easily walkable course at a friendly rate.   Kevin Aldridge whose family...” --MSchott

100% Positive Reviews
Farmington Hills Golf Club

Farmington Hills Golf Club

FHGC is my home course and a pretty nice muni. Nine holes are on the SW corner of Eleven Mile Rd and Halsted and the back nine is on the NE corner and there is a tunnel under the intersection connecting the two nines. The front nine has many tall pine trees and a fair amount of wetlands. The first hole is a medium length par 4 with a very narrow landing area unless you are a longer hitter. The...

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