Saint Clair Shores Michigan Golf Courses

St. Clair Shores Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
St. Clair Shores Country Club -- Great Shape - Slow Play
Review by: Mike I've been playing St. Clair Shores Country Club since 1983. Over the years the quality of the course, ie: fairways, greens and overall layout of the course had improved greatly. It's a fine course to play for all levels. The better golfer may find it a bit short. Most par 4's are in the low to mid 300's. The course is mainly flat, but offers many different obsticles. Plenty of sand makes up for the flat layout. Water also poses problems on several holes. Hole #14, a mid range par three, requires a full carry over water. The main problem with St. Clair Shores Country Club is the SLOW PLAY. The course rangers, while very nice, do not do their job properly. In fact, over the past 20 years, they've gotten progresively worse. So don't expect any help if your stuck behind a group that take's more time than normal. Remeber, it's not a race. At least that's what I tell myself each time I go out to St. Clair Shores Country Club. Needless to say, it gets a bit frustrating at times. In conclusion, the course is maintained quite well. If you can get out on a weekday morning that would be the best time to enjoy your round. The rates are about mid $40's for 18 holes and a cart.
From St. Clair Shores, MI

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Crooked Tree Golf Club -- Stay on Course
Review by: Gary Mindel I have had the privilage to play this course at least 40 times. I was in a league there and also played it for recreation. I enjoy playing CT (Crooked Tree). It is a fairly new course. The reason I titled this review, "Stay On Course" is because there are many places that swallow up your ball, never to be found again. The roughs are really that, rough. CT is challenging. I am a 15 handicapper. There are many beautiful scenic shots. Overlooking Little Traverse Bay in the fall is awesome. It can get windy here being so close to Lake Michigan, so bring a warm jacket, even in the summer.
From Conway, Michigan




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