Hillman Michigan Golf Courses

Thunder Bay Golf Resort


Featured Golf Course Review:
Thunder Bay Golf Resort -- Thunder Bay
Review by: Norman Jensen I have been golfing this course for 30 or 40 years and it has continually improved from a rough 9 hole course to a quite nice 18 hole course. The front nine is considerably more open and easier than the last nine with the exception of the ninth whole which is a narrow dogleg to the left and, in my opinion, the most interesting hole. Your tee shot must be straight and just the right length to have a good approach shot. The course has both open and tight holes plus water. It is flat to rolling.
From CA/Mich

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Bloomfield Hills Country Club -- Immaculate!
Review by: Cowboy BHCC is a true gem among Michigan golf courses. This course may just be the best maintained golf course in the state from spring to fall. While other courses in the area are under water in the spring, BHCC is relatively dry and in peak condition. The course presents a fair challenge to most golfers. Although relatively short, speedy, often deceiving greens keep players modest. A shot is rarely lost to unfair conditions such as hard pan, abundance of unrepaired divots, or "goofy golf" (poor design). Although BHCC is private, guests are allowed by member invitation. If the opportunity arises, I recommend taking it. BHCC is a pleasure to walk especially considering the experienced caddies available. Players can look forward to a round free from waiting at the tee (play is almost always sparse) and an overall rewarding experience.
From Troy, MI USA




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