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ANGELS CROSSING
7,169 yards - 74.3 Rating - 135 Slope

Angels Crossing is running up the list of must play venues not only in Michigan, but the entire Mid-West. Recognized by Golf Digest and Golf Week as one of America’s Best Courses, its classic style, massive scale, and genuine hospitality will fi ll you with splendid memories and a yearning for your next visit. Step back in time, and partake of golf as it was meant to be, enjoy Angels Crossing.

BINDER PARK
6,885 yards - 71.5 Rating - 131 Slope

Where golf meets nature ... Binder Park is a 27-hole course located in Southwest Michigan among rolling hills, natural ponds and wildlife areas. This well maintained course winds through tree-lined fairways where you can see some of the zoo. After your round, relax in the beautiful clubhouse overlooking the course. Rated by USA Today as “The Best Value in Michigan”.

BEDFORD VALLEY
6,915 yards - 73.8 Rating - 135 Slope

Host to the Club Car Michigan Senior Open, Bedford Valley is one of Michigan’s most frequent Championship sites. The classic design is known locally as “The Big Course.” It has huge greens, large bunkers and fairways lined with mighty oaks. With a practice facility, professional staff and a friendly atmosphere, Bedford Valley is a course you will want to visit many times. Golf Digest - 4 stars.

GULL LAKE VIEW'S EAST COURSE
6,002 yards - 69.4 Rating - 124 Slope

Gull Lake View East maintains its reputation as one of the finest courses in Western Michigan. Hilly terrain, water hazards and undulating greens put a premium on accuracy and shot making. Golf Digest - 4 stars. Located directly across the street, Gull Lake View West is a mix of fi elds, hills valleys, woods and ponds, blended into a mature challenging layout. Golf Digest - 4 stars.

GULL LAKE VIEW'S WEST COURSE
6,303 yards - 70.6 Rating - 123 Slope

Gull Lake View East maintains its reputation as one of the fi nest courses in Western Michigan. Hilly terrain, water hazards and undulating greens put a premium on accuracy and shot making. Golf Digest - 4 stars. Located directly across the street, Gull Lake View West is a mix of fi elds, hills valleys, woods and ponds, blended into a mature challenging layout. Golf Digest - 4 stars.

STONEHEDGE NORTH
6,673 yards - 71.8 Rating - 127 Slope

Stonehedge North presents six par threes, six par fours and six par fives for the entertainment of all golfers. The championship layout offers grassy, windblown holes, forested terrain, elevation changes and large greens. Golf Digest - 4 stars. Stonehedge South, a combination of dramatic rolling terrain and woodlands, provides golfers an opportunity to hit a variety of shots into quick rolling greens. Golf Digest - 4 1/2 stars.

STONEHEDGE SOUTH
6,656 yards - 72.4 Rating - 133 Slope

Stonehedge North presents six par threes, six par fours and six par fi ves
for the entertainment of all golfers. The championship layout offers grassy, windblown
holes, forested terrain, elevation changes and large greens. Golf Digest - 4 stars.
Stonehedge South, a combination of dramatic rolling terrain and woodlands, provides golfers an opportunity to hit a variety of shots into quick rolling greens. Golf Digest - 4 1/2 stars.

ISLAND HILLS
6,987 yards - 72.8 Rating - 129 Slope

Rated by Golf Digest 2001 “Places to Play,” Top 25 in the state, with 4 stars. An outstanding golf facility which includes 5 sets of tees, bar & grille and driving ranges. Chicagoland Golf writes, “It ranks right there with the best in the Midwest. A must play. No two holes even faintly resemble each other.” One of Southwest Michigan’s hidden gems. Just a short drive from Chicago and Indiana.

LAKE DOSTER
6,570 yards - 72.7 Rating - 134 Slope

Experience a picturesque Lake Doster Golf Club, laid out over 180 acres of rolling and wooded terrain. This deceivingly difficult championship course is rated one of Michigan’s Top 25 public courses. Features some fantastic golf holes including “The Little Monster,” one of the toughest par 3’s you will ever play under 150 yards. With undulating greens and watered fairways, Lake Doster is an ideal course for the average to advanced player.

MARYWOOD
6,631 yards - 73.0 Rating - 132 Slope

Sculpted in 1926 by Irish architect Maurice McCarthy, Marywood has long been a Michigan Golfi ng destination. This championship course provides a wonderful combination of natural beauty and spectacular design. Recognized by Golf Digest with 3 1/2 stars, Marywood offers rolling fairways, manicured greens and an experienced, professional staff.

RIVERSIDE

The 18-hole "Riverside" course at the Riverside Country Club facility in Battle Creek, Michigan features all the hallmarks of Michigan golf. Designed by W. Bruce Matthews, ASGCA/Jerry Matthews, ASGCA, the Riverside golf course opened in 1964. Paul Hawkins manages the course as the Golf Professional.

THE MEDALIST
6,965 yards - 74.0 Rating - 138 Slope

Nestled within 275 beautiful wooded acres and untouched marshland, The Medalist offers some of the fi nest golf in the area. Designed by one of the region’s most recognized architects, Mr. William Newcomb, this spectacular eighteen hole championship course measures almost 7,000 yards from the black tees. With five sets of tees available on each hole, The Medalist can be enjoyed by players of any level. Golf Digest - 4 stars.

YARROW
7,005 yards - 72.4 Rating - 133 Slope

Voted the #2 best new course by Great Lakes Golf Magazine’s Players Choice Awards, this “must play” features rolling terrain, a private lake, wetlands, and a meandering creek. The design stretches over 7,000 yards for championship play, but this par-72 course also offers four other tee options to suit the ability of all golfers. Large fairways, amply-sized rolling greens and strategically placed bunkers all contribute to this dramatic layout.