Whitefish Lake Golf Club
|Red (W)||72||5062 yards||69.1||121|
|Back M: 68.3/116||518||381||323||246||278||388||463||119||405||3121||473||334||160||286||354||330||500||175||389||3001||6122|
|Middle M: 67.4/114||469||363||311||222||270||381||450||110||396||2972||440||325||153||277||337||319||464||152||377||2844||5816|
|Forward W: 68.0/113||412||348||289||188||206||300||412||83||303||2541||400||320||146||268||309||269||395||122||292||2521||5062|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
Our cart died after 4 holes, slow play from hole one. I can definitely see why it was $14. I lost at least a half dozen balls in the fairway under piles of leaves. Fairways were hard as concrete. Greens weren't too bad. Overall grade D
For that price you should not complain
The greens had been aerated, but even if they hadn’t been their condition looked poor. The tee boxes and fairways were not in good condition either. One of the most annoying things was that multiple fairways have become so narrowed by overgrown overhanging tree limbs that you only had 20-30 yard wide gaps to hit through. With the course having been built in 1996, those holes looked like what your home shrubbery would look like if you hadn’t trim them for 24 years. Therefore, I have no idea how this course has gotten an 88.9 positive review rating. So for a better value and much higher quality course, just go down the road and play the excellent nearby Pilgrim’s Run course.
Nice course for the price
Booked a 2 some with cart for $48. Couldn’t beat the price. Course was nice and challenging, fairways were tight which made the course challenging. A few of the tee boxes were in not the best of shape. Greens were fast and hard. Overall a very fun and nice course, we will most defiantly play again when we are in town.
The greens need work the fairways were nice to holes the fairways were terrible and six or seven holes the tea boxes were terrible. Overall the price was OK but I’d give it a three star instead of a four-star as golf now has it down as a four-star
Played the front nine again. The course is in good shape, greens do need a bit of attention but good otherwise. This day was more about pace of play. The front seemed a little jammed up. Maybe some of us cold have been directed to start on the back. Overall, for my son’s first time, was fun. Better yet, he’s excited to go again.
It’s not a great course. But it is definitely worth the money! The staff was extremely friendly. One even stopped to give me advice on how to approach a hole. The course was not in amazing condition. Some of that probably had to do with how little rain we’ve gotten in the last couple of weeks. It was a little challenging trying to dodge the sprinklers while playing, but that was never a big deal. Especially being a beginner who doesn’t have $60 to spend on a round of golf, this is a really good option. Don’t expect an amazing course, but for the money, it is well worth it.
The greens were in excellent shape. Tees were in below average shape: hard, burned out grass. Many washout and hardpan areas in many rough areas The course layout is unique. Tough holes are cut out of trees, trouble on both sides. Hit in there and it’s jail time
GOING DOWN HILL
I have played this course many times in the past and it goes from good to bad to unplayable. The last time I played it was not good. Carts should be in the bone yard. The course was not very well taken care of. Poor fairways and the greens were also bad. This is too bad because it has a good layout. A couple of years ago it was in pretty good shape, but now it is going down hill again.