+2 votes Bill Oller › August 2, 2011
I believe this is one of the best courses around. Oller's Acres is 18 holes on 9 baskets and is a very technical course. Some signatures are a stump basket, hanging basket, three OB gardens, natural tee pads with some built up with woodchips and much more. It is set on 9 acres with a lot of elevation changes, a vernal pond (dries up in the fall and winter), well-manicured fairways and difficult rough. Still has a lot of work to be done, but when totally complete it will definitely be one of the best courses in Michigan.
+2 votes Matt Oller › August 5, 2011
Beautiful property with a great up and coming course. Unique holes and basket placements makes this a fun place to play, while tight fairways and placement shots makes this a tough place to score well.
+4 votes Big Bill Oller › February 10, 2012
It took about 3+years of clearing russian olives,hawthornes,rosehips,raspberries and dead ash trees, but the course is very playable now. Work needs to be done on some natural tees and tee markers are needed. This is a very technical course with unforgiving rough. Players with big arms will not find OA to their liking.
+2 votes Ben Marcola › January 29, 2012
Easily one of the best and most difficult courses in the state. I love this course
+2 votes Mark Oller › October 3, 2012
A beautiful backyard course with rolling terrain, water set in the woods. Beware of "The Island of Hope and Despair" on holes 6 and 13.
+1 votes Mike Bryson › February 18, 2012
Oller's Acres is a fun course that challenges every time. The course design is top notch as it winds through a variety of terrain. The course demands precision as the fairways are tight and medium to long in length and the rough is unforgiving. Nailing a putt into the hanging basket at the peak of a long uphill is a shot you'll not soon forget.
+2 votes Chris Deane › February 19, 2012
A very technical course, but still fun. Many very unique and amazing holes.
+2 votes Mike Kurvi › February 20, 2012
Variety challenges shot making ability. Make a mistake, pay fot it. Make a great shot, better enjoy it. Adding all physical and mental challenges to the technical aspects of this course makes it that much tougher (and fun). Wow, this course is actually gonna get better too. The best part though is the generosity of the hosts and hostess. Always great company at Ollers Acres.
+2 votes Joe Olson › February 28, 2012
Tight and technical. Great use of land utilizing elevation, a seasonal pond and ob.. Lots of way's to get in trouble. Several championship style holes that require good placement drives to even begin thinking about approaching the green. Tough course to shoot well at.
+2 votes Joey Sanchez › March 2, 2012
A beautiful backyard course with rolling terrain, water set in the woods. I am Considered a legend in tournament play. I am the Sanch!
+2 votes justin garrison › March 2, 2012
tight and technical
+2 votes My back is killing me › March 18, 2012
Technical course with no big arm shots.
+1 votes Chris Leo › June 17, 2012
This course will challenge you! It has a little bit of everything, hanging baskets, island greens, elevation, and water. This course is just beautiful to play, very technical is an understatement.
+2 votes Brad Fuelling › July 26, 2012
By far the toughest course in michigan maybe even in the country. Designed to piss pros off and it definitely will. A relatively short course with only two holes over 400' but don't let that deceive cause it's very easy to get into trouble at the acres. The only way to shoot good out here is to have a combo of luck and accurate shots. Placement golf at it's finest. The Ollers have a great piece of land and through hard work and time have made this probably one of the best courses in the country