Greystone Golf Club
|White (W)||71||5920 yards||74.8||138|
|Black M: 73.8/140||400||179||388||524||369||220||373||548||361||3362||336||560||193||416||397||577||209||412||451||3551||6913|
|Grey/Black M: 71.8/137||373||179||388||524||369||184||373||456||361||3207||336||537||193||392||397||552||152||412||378||3349||6556|
|Grey M: 70.6/134||373||171||373||495||350||184||352||456||328||3082||326||537||177||392||321||552||152||350||378||3185||6267|
|White M: 69.1/129 W: 74.8/138||353||151||366||474||343||170||308||443||319||2927||320||510||163||377||306||508||147||293||369||2993||5920|
|Gold M: 64.8/111 W: 69.7/126||287||107||285||464||326||96||299||389||243||2496||300||440||92||303||290||408||79||268||302||2482||4978|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities
Golf Advisor: Golfers' Choice
For half the price, it might be nice. But it wasn’t
This particular golf course charges an above average greens fee, and a poorly maintained golf course in return. I found greens to have significant damage, crumbling cart paths, Tee boxes riddled with scuff marks and covered in leaves, standing water and for me the worst part is rocks in the sand traps. No one wants to take a $600 Sand wedge into a sand trap riddled with stones and rocks to mark up your club. I think for $70 per round it was way over priced and that's unfortunate.
If they dropped the price to $40 and it gave me a credit for $30, I would go back. It’s a shame because it was a nice place, just too expensive for the condition of the course.
$70 per round - what a joke
It's been a long time since I last played Greystone.
The condition of this course is at best "terrible", virtually all of the tee boxes are very uneven and are really patchy, a lot of the greens are really patchy too with fungus.
I believe for the condition of the course, a $35 weekend rate would be about right.
I won't be going back.
As a single player most of the time golfing, never had the experience of being forced to play with other players when I asked not to. Staff didn’t care and never provided valid reasons why I couldn’t golf alone, proper golf etiquette, etc
I know normal cost of 18 for this course on a weekend is $80+ but I wouldn't pay that much to play here. The $42 I paid is a deal but priced pretty fair for what you're getting out of a course. $50 is about the right spot.
The tee boxes and greens are in horrible shape. Torn to pieces. In my opinion, at "nice courses" I'm paying for the greens to be in great shape and nice, even tee boxes with actual grass to hit off of.
The last three holes are cool, but the fairway on 18 approach shot is all torn up with old divots and isn't worth the normal price of admission.
I organized a golf outing for my husband and his friends. They are novice golfers and the staff was exceptionally rude to them and bothered them throughout their entire time on the course. If you are not a seasoned golfer, I do not recommend going here.
Could have been bad luck, but the day I was golfing here, they were redoing at least 11 tee boxes. All the workers failed to mention that there was work being done. My girlfriend played as well and a lot of her tee boxes were at the start of the fairway. Kinda annoying, but everything other than that was great.
New to me
First time playing this course, I was very pleased. The course is layed out well and although it has it's challenges with well placed water and sand hazards, the fairways allowed a wayward shot to be played without too much of a penalty. Speaking of penalties, I took penalty strokes on 16 and 17 and managed a bogey on 18. I think I want another shot at "the best three finishing holes in Michigan".
Greens need more time
The only complaint were the aerated greens and some very narrow uneven tee boxes