Ann Arbor Michigan Golf Courses

Ann Arbor Country Club
Ann Arbor Golf & Outing Club
Barton Hills Country Club
Georgetown Country Club
Hickory Stick Golf Club
Huron Hills Golf Course
Lake Forest Golf Club
Leslie Park Golf Course
Polo Fields Golf & Country Club
Radrick Farms Golf Club
Stonebridge Golf Club
Travis Pointe Country Club
University of Michigan Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Travis Pointe Country Club -- Wonderful course
Review by: Emily K. Great staff and professional atmosphere. Golfing by day, wonderful restaurant by night.
From Ann Arbor, MI

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Stonebridge Golf Club -- One tough, tough course...
Review by: Balbsy Stonebridge is perhaps the toughest test of golf in the greater Michigan/Ohio area (daily fee courses). Challenging doglegs, fast, undulating greens (which are smaller than average for an upscale daily fee golf course) and rough that changes the way you will play out whatever hole you're on are all waiting for you at Stonebridge. Throw in expensive homes bordering many of the fairways and you will find yourself taking greater time and care before hitting your next shot. Whenever a course designates their #1 handicap hole a par 3, you know you're in for quite a round of golf. Stonebridge has an excellent driving range. The staff has always been very pleasant to speak with. I try to play Stonebridge at least five times a year, even though I live more than 1.5 hours from the course. For me it is definitely worth the drive.
From Toledo, OH USA

Stonebridge Golf Club -- One tough, tough course...
Review by: Balbsy Stonebridge is perhaps the toughest test of golf in the greater Michigan/Ohio area (daily fee courses). Challenging doglegs, fast, undulating greens (which are smaller than average for an upscale daily fee golf course) and rough that changes the way you will play out whatever hole you're on are all waiting for you at Stonebridge. Throw in expensive homes bordering many of the fairways and you will find yourself taking greater time and care before hitting your next shot. Whenever a course designates their #1 handicap hole a par 3, you know you're in for quite a round of golf. Stonebridge has an excellent driving range. The staff has always been very pleasant to speak with. I try to play Stonebridge at least five times a year, even though I live more than 1.5 hours from the course. For me it is definitely worth the drive.
From Toledo, OH USA




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