Dr. Lawless Park

Vandalia, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Sugar Schack › September 2, 2013
Nice work in progress, Love the Concrete, that was an unexpected surprise! Lot of Stick tites!!
-  +1 votes  + Andrejs Clements › April 19, 2014
Super technical wooded course where if you dont hit the fairway prepare to bleed for it
-  +0 votes  + Will Vance › October 15, 2010
-  +0 votes  + Steve Hedstrom › November 1, 2010
Fun wooded course with good elevation shots. Hard to navigate my first time there. One basket was laying on the ground and Rayce and I put it in the ground for the hole (prob will fall over when someone hits a long putt) If this course had better signs and arrow, cement, and the pins marked correctly, it would be a B, but I had to grade it down for those things. Give Dr Lawless a try though.
-  +0 votes  + Doug Berger › September 24, 2012
Nice area, many hills. tight in most spots, but lots of variety. Missing a couple baskets, but new tee pads are great.
-  +0 votes  + Matt Gillespie › May 25, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Pj Reed › October 23, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Chris D › November 6, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Tim L › September 8, 2015
This course actually has improved since the introduction of cement pads a couple of years ago and an improved layout, however, it isn't managed so briars and understory vegetation get out of control out here in the summer, and mosquitos get really bad. Also, the baskets are Mach-2s, which are absolute garbage to putt on. If the baskets were replaced with something decent, like Chainstars, and the vegetation was controlled, I actually could see this being a pretty decent course. As is though, it's not that great, and a good place to lose a disc or get your legs all torn up on.
-  +0 votes  + Curtis S › October 7, 2015
This course has a chance to be a B+/A- pretty easily. It's Technical, great layout, and not very difficult to find your way (only 1 hole was an issue, and that's only cause we didn't see the other path after putting). The bad...the underbrush. If more people played to hold the underbrush back (or whomever manages the course were to clear it out a few times a year), this course would be great. It's a shame, but with Three Rivers so close and well maintained by a Club, you can see how this one ...
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-  -1 votes  + Bruce Critchlow › May 28, 2011
A good layed out course, but needs cement tee pads. The course is still new and overgrown. If the fairways was maintained on a regular basis this would be a good place to play.