Golf in Holland

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Multiple Locations

$80 $19

Membership cards grants two-for-one greens fees at more than 20 participating West Michigan golf courses for the 2014 and 2015 seasons

Up to 52% Off at Yankee Springs Golf Course

Yankee Springs Golf Course

$72 $36

27-hole golf facility incorporates mature trees that line fairways and rolling terrain that culminates at meticulously manicured greens

Up to 60% Off Golf Lesson or Golf with Cart at The Highlands 

Grand Rapids

$49 $19.50

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Golf pros help players hone their skills in private lessons at a club that has hosted Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and other golf legends

Up to 50% Off at North Kent Golf Course

Rockford

$39 $20

18-hole, par 70 golf course challenges players with dogleg turns, six water hazards, and fairway bunkers

Up to 60% Off at Arrowhead Golf Course

Lowell

$36 $15

Creeks bisect multiple fairways, shaping the difficult tee-to-green layout of the 18-hole, par 72 course lined with oak and pine trees

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Westwood

$32 $18

Duos traverse a scenic nine-hole, 1,710-yard course in their own golf cart and bottles of water

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Eaton Rapids

$36 $20

Three waterfalls, a pond, and more than 100 kinds of trees populate 9-hole course that draws visits from deer, turkey, and other wildlife

Up to 61% Off at Sauganash Golf Club

Three Rivers Michigan

$36 $17

Par 72 course spans 6,194 yd. of heavily wooded land next to the St. Joseph River

Up to 54% Off Round of Golf

DeWitt

$56 $28

18-hole course bookended by par 5s leads players from links-style front nine to wooded back-nine layout

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Fremont

$81 $39

Carts zoom across narrow fairways on this 18-hole, par 72 course that winds along hilly terrain peppered with intervening ponds and creeks

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Pleasant

$88 $44

Duos and quartets compete on a challenging 18-hole course; cart rental, hot dogs, and sodas included

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Okemos Golf Dome

$20 $10

Golfers shake the rust out of tee swings and calibrate iron shots with large buckets of range balls

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Oak Creek

$54 $27

Golfers steady swings at 250 yd. driving range before cartpooling and clubbing across player-friendly nine-hole, par 31 course

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At the 6,532-yard Pigeon Creek Golf Course, few trees border the fairways and 11 lakes dominate the wide-open layout. The water-laden design forces players to demonstrate deft control off the tee or convert underperforming wedges into fishing poles with divot-tool lures. If players can stay on dry land and efficiently roll their golf balls into the welcoming confines of the cup, they can make a play for the course par of 71.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-71 course
  • Total length of 6,532 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 71 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 116 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard

10195 120th Ave
West Olive,
MI
US

Wallinwood Springs Golf Club is home to a challenging, semiprivate 18-hole golf course that requires distance drives and surgical precision to save par and dissect birdies. The front nine plays to sprawling fairways, allowing the elements to affect the ball's trajectory and requiring accuracy to ensure the ball misses the flotilla of more than 30 quicksand traps. The back nine hosts a 26-acre lake that comes into play on five holes, and the Grand River tickles the edge of out of bounds on holes 10,11, 37, and 12. Test mental confidence and survivor skills on the 15th hole, a 185-yard par 3 that boasts a strategically placed island green. Golfers can cruise around in the comfort of provided carts while munching on the included lunch of a hot dog, chips, and a beer or soft drink.

8152 Weatherwax Dr
Jenison,
MI
US

Summergreen Golf Course’s idyllic, sweeping greens entwine with emerald fairways to create enjoyable course play for golfers to strategically shellac their way through arboreal landscapes. The nine-hole, par 31 course accommodates players of all skill levels, challenging seasoned swingers with multiple hazards and boosting the self-esteem of novice golfers with bowling-lane-inspired giant bumper walls to save errant shots from the rough. Golfers can take advantage of Summergreen’s free club rental rather than hastily whittle makeshift pitching wedges from endangered tree limbs.

3441 New Holland St
Hudsonville,
MI
US

5555 Ivanrest Ave SW
Wyoming,
MI
US

As the sun rises each morning, the smell of dew summons golfers to Orchard Hills Golf Course, a scenic, 27-hole complex with one 18-hole course and a separate, 9-hole track. Cleaved through 6,026 yards of tree-lined terrain, the 18-hole monolith requires precise play and whispered Ralph Waldo Emerson quotes to conquer its topographical challenges. The par 72 layout showcases multiple memorable shots, including forced carries onto water-protected greens on both the second and fourth holes.

Slightly shorter than the other two nines, the East course blankets the countryside with a straightforward layout that begins with a tricky, 425-yard right dogleg. A staff of golf pros presides over Orchard Hills’ pro shop, where guests can upgrade their equipment, schedule a lesson to hone swings, or learn to read greens written in their doctor’s handwriting.

18-Hole Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Length of 6,026 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 68.0 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 116 from the farthest tees
  • Three tee options

714 125th Ave
Shelbyville,
MI
US

Within the serene confines of the Railside Golf Club, the Railside Bar & Grille's eclectic menu fills gaping hunger holes with tantalizing dinner fare, including Michigan-grown products. Savory garlic-and-sesame-glazed chicken pieces, wrapped in warm wonton blankets with green onions, cream cheese, and bacon ($7.95), are great for warming up appetites and the pockets of your caddie's trousers. Sunny, panoramic vistas can be savored in the earthen-toned dining room while mouths ruminate on the baby spinach greens and tangy crumbled goat cheese playing host to granola, dried cranberries, pepadew peppers, and bacon dressing ($8.95; $10.90 with chicken). For classic dining, apply knife and fork tenderly to a new york strip steak with house-made peppercorn sauce, served with crispy onion straws ($23.95) and paired well with sips from Railside’s well-traveled wine list.

2500 76th St SW
Byron Center,
MI
US