Cedar Valley Golf Course
|Red (W)||73||5204 yards||70.7||123|
|Blue M: 71.0/131||330||495||175||380||370||380||453||205||370||3158||284||528||182||333||420||174||394||386||499||3200||6358|
|White M: 69.2/122 W: 75.1/135||320||485||165||364||342||370||414||170||347||2977||272||496||161||312||389||145||360||356||479||2970||5947|
|Red M: 64.7/111 W: 68.9/123||305||399||150||308||324||330||345||157||293||2611||260||448||123||260||283||117||331||303||459||2584||5195|
Blown Away by this course
I played here about 15 years ago and we thought it was ok. The owners changed since then and I would absolutely stop here and play if I was on a golf trip. It's not a super fancy course. The golf carts are a little older. There isn't a paved cart path. But everything on it was immaculate. I forget which hole it is but it backs up to a RV place also owned by the same person so you could stay there and pretty much walk down the road to the clubhouse. Beautiful landscaping and backdrops. No houses around. The gnats are bad after it rains but that is the only thing bad I have to say about this course.
Best Course for the Money
I absolutely love playing this course. The course is groomed and maintained in excellent condition. The course is nicely laid out and the back nine is beautiful. I would highly recommend this course to any golfer.
Nice Little Track
Fun layout less a couple of holes on front 9 (routing requires you to drive carts into teeing zones for next holes). Course is making a remarkable comeback after being neglected a few years back. It's a must play for me when in the area.
Don't expect much
This is a little family owned course. It is very inexpensive to play so don't expect much.
Quaint up North course
I did not dislike or love this course. I would compare it to Twin Birch in Kalkaska, Sauganash in Three Rivers, or possibly Saskatoon south of Grand Rapids.
I will definitely say, the back 9 is a little more scenic and feels more like an up North course than the front 9. The course actually requires some pretty good drives because a few of the holes are pretty tight. I couldn't get a good gauge about how nice the greens are because the front 9 was healing from being aerated. I would honestly say they would probably be subpar even if they weren't healing from aeration marks.
Check out the course if you're in the area if you can get it for $10 on golfnow like we did. FYI, you'll have to drive down a dirt road to get to the course.
Well kept, nice fairways and greens, excellent priced, only complaint was they allowed a 7 person group out and slowed everyone up
Loved The Course
We loved this course, but beware of the gnats. It is a beauful wooded scenic golf course, abundant with wild life.
Our only suggestion is that they move the ladies tee ahead in many of the holes.
We will definitely come back again.
You're only being open for year and a half the course was in beautiful shape staff was very friendly overall experience was great
The Course is on its way back
Played this course before it was sold and dormant for a year. Played for the first time since then and the current owners are doing a good job of getting it back into shape. Greens held shots and putted pretty true. Fairways are green but need to have the grass fill in somewhat. Will be back to play again this summer. It is just a nice change of pace to play this course.
Perfect out of the course
Great golf course . Awsome scenery the new owners have worked very hard to get this course back in shape