Fox Creek Golf Course
|Gold M: 72.4/129||437||374||186||408||565||425||403||145||494||3437||389||201||520||383||160||390||393||378||411||3225||6662|
|Black M: 70.3/121 W: 76.8/137||417||345||170||388||537||398||387||131||476||3249||357||158||491||369||146||363||382||347||382||2995||6244|
|Black/Silver M: 68.0/118 W: 73.7/130||357||345||126||388||433||344||343||131||398||2865||357||158||424||369||146||363||325||347||322||2811||5676|
|Silver M: 65.6/114 W: 70.8/120||357||310||126||308||433||344||343||97||398||2716||286||113||424||262||129||309||325||300||322||2470||5186|
I especially liked the starter system i.e., the loud speaker announces the next 2 starting times AND the names of the players thus avoiding some of the confusion that sometimes exists at the first hole. The only downside to this course for me is that they use the golf cart with a radar/gps control system so that you cannot drive in certain areas and have to put it in reverse to get out. I fully understand the maintenance of the golf course business rationale for buying the technology, but, as someone who respects and obeys the traditional "do not enter" markers, I do not like to pay for and use a machine that tells me what to do and where I can and cannot go particularly, as was the case here several times, when it does not give adequate warning which makes backing out highly problematic - especially when you hit the golf balls where I tend to do. Like being ordered to stay and home, and don't get together with friends and families during the pandemic, as and adult, that should be my choice, not the choice of a preprogrammed machine,.Other than that [Mrs.Lincoln], the course is fine. But even though only a 10 minute ride from my home, I will not be going back,.
Overall nice course. Not too tough for a novice, but still some challenging holes. Pace of could've been better on the front, as it took 2.5 hrs with three sets of walking foursomes ahead of us. Opened up well on the back end and we finished the round in 4:15.
Great Course for early season.
Except for the greens (given it's early Spring) and windy weather, everything about this course was worth the cost.
Glad to see Livonia course investing in GPS. only they were not programed for actual pin placements. Caused a bit of confusion and was glad I had my Rangefinder.
Also staff was actually rolling the greens. A plus for a city course.
Beautiful course. Lots of woods. Be ready to lose a couple balls if your a beginner. Very cool carts with GPS and range finder capabilities, just a little excessive on the restrictions when operating on the fairway. Good food and beer selection at the bar.