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Eagle's Landing
Maumee Bay State Park Golf Course


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Eagle's Landing -- Great people
Review by: Jon Haverman We chose to play Eagles Landing over the Legacy in Michigan, mainly because of the golf special. It was worth the change, and the course is a nice challenge. Our foursome had a wonderful day, as it started out with FRIENDLY people. Far too often the first experience is the staff, and some placed just don't seem to care your spending your extra cash to play 'their' course. I have to say these were the best greens I have played all year, and maybe in two years. They accepted the ball well, and were true in every means. Plus, all the greens were consistent. My complaint was how much water was around the greens, and in some instances, in the middle of the fairway. I had two drives plug in the middle of the fairway. Prices in the club house were reasonable as well. Two beers and two pops at the turn were less than $8.00! Nice Sale items were available for balls and other accessories. Oh, I shot a 75. Our foursome allows for one mulligan an 18. I used it when I hit a long drive through a dogleg on the back nine, and ended up in the backyard of some of the fine, but not gaudy, looking homes which flank the course layout.
From Cleveland, Ohio

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Springvale Golf Club -- A diamond still a little rough
Review by: Golf Nut Springvale is a course that has been in a transition stage for what seems like forever. Going from a family owned to a now city run course has taken time but has proven to be worth the wait. Improvements on the course layout, irrigation and drainage systems as well as adding an all new clubhouse make for a very pleasurable golfing experience. The practice range, which butts up against the backyard of a privately own home, is okay as long as you planned to practice your short irons (7 through wedge). The putting green is adequate. The actual course is an older design, i.e. meaning they managed to fit a 18 hole course on a 14 hole layout, but it has been spruced up a bit in recent years. A note of advise for low handicap golfers, play it from the tips to have the most fun. There are several Par 4 holes located on the course that can easily be hit in 1. The Par 5, 515 yard 11th hole dubbed "The Monster" can be tamed with a good drive and a decent middle iron. The 16th hole significantly challenging hole on the course if you're not prone to hit the ball straight but otherwise, keeping a decent drive in play should produce high 60's low 70's score pretty much every time.
From Cleveland, Ohio




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