Golf in Owosso


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Oak and maple trees nod their shaggy heads in the breeze over The Emerald Golf Course. The gentle pop of clubs against golf balls floats from four sets of tees, set among easy hillocks crisscrossed by a stream. Past tufts of wildflowers, carts hum along, carrying players to a driving range or a pro shop brimming with clubs and golf apparel like RoboCop’s bag when he’s going on vacation. The clubhouse spills the aromas of burgers crowned with guacamole, tapenade, and sautéed jalapeños. ####Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par-72 course * Length of 6,619 yards from the back tees * Four sets of tees
2300 W Maple Rapids Rd
Saint Johns,
MI
US
Draped over the tree-spotted hillocks of the Michigan countryside, Meridian Sun Golf Club's 6,090-yard course welcomes golfers to hit through its rolling fairways and enjoy its natural splendor. The course eases players into the round with a wide-open, straightaway front nine before challenging swings and waggling sand wedges with a shorter back nine populated by multiple water-lined holes. Risk-reward shot opportunities await throughout the round, including the tee shot on the par-3 13th, where balls must clear 100 to 190 yards of water on their way to the green. Club owner and PGA professional Bill Mory—whose golf career spans multiple decades and includes playing in the PGA Tour's Buick Open, where players ride in 1950s Buick Skylarks in place of golf carts—presides over the grounds, conducting lessons at practice facilities that include a 4,000-square-foot practice green and a driving range with 15 hitting stalls. After rounds, golfers can bask in the sunset at the patio of Khakis Restaurant, the club's onsite grill. Course at a Glance: 18-hole course Par 70 from men's tees; par 71 from ladies' tees Length of 6,090 yards from the farthest tees Link to scorecard
1018 Haslett Rd
Haslett,
MI
US
Dietz Creek Golf Range promotes on-course improvement with a multifaceted golf practice and service facility. Flush drives pierce the atmosphere above the course’s 300-yard driving range, where grass tees accommodate those who prefer a natural feel and turf mats cater to pacifistic 5-irons who consider divots barbaric. To fine-tune their short-game feel, players can chip balls at the short-game area or splash them out of the practice bunker. Inside, the darkened wonderland of Dietz’ Creek’s glo golf course invites guests to steer orbs across a black-lit circuit of rail-lined corridors teeming with obstacles including tricky ramps, a loopty loop, and swooping pterodactyls.
3700 E Grand River Rd
Williamston,
MI
US
Tucked into a bend in the Red Cedar River, the 18-hole course at Brookshire Inn & Golf Club can be found on undulant terrain filled with tricky obstacles that take several forms. Players navigate around the river and ponds, grass swales, and mounded bunkers to cover up to 6,300 yards by the time their round is through. When they sink their putts on the 18th green and spike their visors for the last time, they can retire to the clubhouse restaurant for eats such as flatbread pizzas, salads, and sandwiches.
205 West Church Street
Williamston,
MI
US
Oak Lane Golf Course challenges par pursuers with 6,052 yards of verdant, rolling fairways that have wound through the heart of Webberville for more than 40 years. Neatly trimmed fairways taunt golfers with a litany of shimmering water hazards, subtle elevation changes, and bunkers populated by Tusken Raiders. The tireless work of the course's grounds crew makes the course well known regionally for its manicured grasses and smooth greens. Duos direct their cart through pine trees and along the Red Cedar River that neatly frame the course with majestic landscapes and wildlife such as indigenous deer and hopelessly lost tourists. The courteous staff strives to create a friendly, hometown experience, and multiple tee boxes serve as launch points for divot diggers of all ability levels.
800 N Main St
Webberville,
MI
US
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