Designed by Tom Bendenlow and opened in 1925, Maple Brook Golf Course's 9-hole emerald circuit bobs and weaves over gently rolling, tree-lined terrain. Formerly known as Charlotte Country Club, the course shares its bucolic landscape with a driving range, a pro shop, and a lounge with a full bar, where guests can unwind after a day scuba diving for lost golf balls.
If you love sports, you'll probably also love Broadway Acres Golf Course and Lanai Restaurant in Charlotte.
Check out the restaurant at this club for a delicious meal.
At this club, kids of all ages are welcome.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
From the first drive on the 457-yard par-5 1st hole to the final putt on the 570-yard par 5 18th hole, golfers are constantly challenged with an array of obstacles that form two distinct layouts on the front and back nine. The front nine resembles a traditional links-style course, with open expanses, deep pot bunkers, and ponds that come into play. Golfers must pivot their strategies at the turn, as forested terrain surrounds the back nine and presents tighter lies that demand more conservative shots. Greens average 5,000 square feet across, presenting large targets for iron approaches as well as dance floors for celebratory soul trains.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par-72 course
Total length of 6,621 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 71.2 from the back tees
Course slope of 125 from the back tees
Four sets of tees per hole
The central hub of The First Tee of Mid-Michigan, Sycamore Driving Range & Learning Center gives players the resources they need to build all elements of the golf game. At the driving range, range balls take flight from hitting bays before collecting around targets stationed throughout the landing zone. A putting green and short-game area invite golfers to work on finesse techniques, such as chipping or cleaning their balls with a feather duster.