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Oakhurst Golf & Country Club7000 OakhurSt Ln
Clarkston, MI 48348
Phone: (248)391-3300Fax: (248)391-3065
This private golf and country club is located in an 800-acre development, of which 180 acres encompass the eighteen hole course. The layout features an elevation differential of seventy feet from top to bottom. There is a significant amount of wetlands in the design, with water coming into play on eleven holes. This is a typical Arthur Hills design with grass faced bunkers and small to average greens. There is only a handful of fairways that feature trees. Soft mounding is found throughout the course. The signature hole is #7, a 412-yard, par 4, with a stand-alone tree in the dogleg fairway. A large bunker in the middle of the fairway presents golfers with a number of options to the green. The small green is guarded by a deception bunker and a sand bunker. Due to the private nature of this club, the fees were not disclosed.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Greens Fees:||(subject to change)|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Apr 11 to Nov 1|
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| 6 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
Private Passion, Feb 04, 2004
|reviewer: Chris Walters
from Lansing, MI
|This is a terrific course that offers golfers of all abilities a challenge. Beautiful views, great greens and terrific golf. Many of the par 4's will challenge a good ball striker to go for the green...be careful, it's not as passive as it looks. The 5's are all long and offer plenty of scoring opportunities. Wide fairways but small greens make the approach shots important. The greens are smallish and require respectable shot making...practice your short game before playing..Be sharp! The new clubhouse, open summer 2004, will be a terrific improvement. It's going to be massive and it will certanly be beautiful.|