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Crooked Tree Golf Club600 Crooked Tree Dr
Petoskey, MI 49770
Phone: (231)439-4030Fax: (231)439-4032
This course, located on the high bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan, blends in well with the natural terrain. The fairways afford wide landing areas, but the rough is similar to that found on a Scottish links-style course. The greens are large, undulating, and not too severely bunkered. Four tees are available, enabling people to choose between a longer, more challenging game, or a shorter more relaxing one. A creek, meandering through the course comes into play several times. You may only walk the course during twilight play or the off season.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||May 1 to Oct 31|
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Course reviews for Crooked Tree Golf Club
Average Golfer Review (3.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Bring your tape measure, Aug 27, 2007
|I played this course yda 8/26/07. The course is in great shape considering the drought tht has been with them all summer. BUT with no yardage markers except 200, 150 100 you have to guess the distance to play. Also the course requires at least 6 or 7 carries of at least 200 yrds. and blind shots off the tee on at least 12 holes including one par 3. I really don't care for a course that is that tricked up. Be prepared to lose golf balls and the penalities. Pace of play was very good.|
| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Stay on Course, Apr 21, 2004
|reviewer: Gary Mindel
from Conway, Michigan
|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.|