Ray Michigan Golf Courses

Pine Valley Golf Course - Blue/Gold Course
Pine Valley Golf Course - Gold/Red Course
Pine Valley Golf Course - Red/Blue Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Pine Valley Golf Course - Red/Blue Course -- Pine Valley
Review by: Mike I haven't played here in about a year and a half or so, but this is one of my favorite places to play. The Red and the Blue courses have a couple of elevated tees and some very tricky holes, both short and long. The fairways are always in good shape and greens are average. For those who don't want to face the crowds, try the nine-hole Gold course across the road late on a Saturday or Sunday. The biggest drawback of this course is the price. While it is a very nice and well-kept course, it's high end money for normal courses. You shouldn't have to pay $46 during the week just to play 18 there, that's ridiculous. But if you have the money, it's a good place.
From Romeo Michigan

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Hadley Acres -- Don't Golf HEAR!! at Green Acres!!
Review by: Joe Madison Let me tell you about this course. The first 9 holes are all elevated greens (because the owner is a retired shop worker and can't afford real greens) The fairways are hard pan with little or no irrigation. Every green is a bowl and do not roll true. The seventh hole is a par 3 201yds up hill and the course owner rates the whole as number 6??? You are hitting up hill 200yds to a green that's hard pan and about the size of a kitchen table (not kidding) I don't think this was done on purpose but rather out of laziness to cut the green back to it's original size. The back nine is laid out much better but not well maintenanced. As far as the customer service goes? well it doesn't exists!! Golf Etiquette does not exists at this course. So if you want to know what it would be like to golf in a third world country then Hadley Acres is for you. I guess I should have know by the name HUH? I think it would be more accurate if it was Green Acres.
From Grand Blanc MI USA