Carleton Michigan Golf Courses

Carleton Glen Golf Club
Thorne Hills Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Carleton Glen Golf Club -- A true test of golf...
Review by: Balbsy Carleton Glen is a bit of an anomaly for SE MI golf; this is not your typical back and forth, always straight from tee to green style daily fee golf course. It instead offers long par fours, doglegs (both right and left), par fives with definite risk-reward second shots, and par threes that make you think twice about club selection. Tree-lined fairways, water, sand and long rough await the golfer. Also, the back tees really do reshape the course and how you approach it. I was hesitant to give this course any publicity as it is always easy for me to get on (they usually don't take a tee time during the week). Never crowded, I liked the fact I can pull up, pay for golf, and proceed to the tee without delay. I am in SE Mi quite a bit, and I prefer playing "the Glen" because of this and all the other reasons previously stated. But Carleton Glen has always done me well, and as such I feel the need to return the favor by telling everyone it is a course anyone who loves and respects the game will enjoy.
From Toledo, OH

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Lake Leann Golf Course -- A course to gain good experience
Review by: Josh Gibson The wide open fairways help the person with a slice or hook. Each hole has it's own unique hill angles from the tee to the green. Not being a flat course really challenges your game on what club to be using. The size of the 9 hole course is big enough to put 18 holes on so this course is a good size 9 hole. I recommend checking the course out for your-self, the worst that could happen is that you were able to do what you went out for anyways... Play Golf... White sand, in my opinion, makes any golf course look dramatically acceptable-this would be about the only thing that I would like to see at this course different.
From Jerome, Michigan USA




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