White's Acres

Milford, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + John Reifschneider › October 9, 2013
A-
A lot of fun, I love the double basket holes 8/9, talk about getting the most out of the land it really does a great job to make use of the land.
I found myself throwing drivers I hardly grab out of my bag. Awesome night really impressed with the atmosphere and the caliber of players out there great guys everyone of them, worth the time if you get a chance to play it.
-  +1 votes  + Timmy Redman › September 7, 2013
A
a great use of the land to come up with fun shots, always a fun round
-  +0 votes  + Michael Namet › August 6, 2013
A
-  +2 votes  + mark ellis › August 6, 2013
A
A fine, charming, challenging technical course. The fully stocked bar and regular catered dinners on league night are truly special. Site of the famous 4 Keg Challenge tournament. Beware if Skyy dog is carrying a large stick or tree branch and running to and fro.
-  +2 votes  + Parkour aka Spiderman › August 9, 2014
A
-  +2 votes  + kirk conrad › October 9, 2012
A
-  -5 votes  + Jamie Mosier › September 2, 2013
B-
-  +0 votes  + Mike "Papa Par" Even › April 17, 2012
B+
As it was first explained to me, White's Acres is like the Wonka Factory for disc golfers.....It held up to that description. This is an invite only course so the rules are well known and respect is given at the highest level (playing Private Property, duh!), but that is the least of anyone's concerns. My first excursion to White's Acres was a blast. Unique lay outs, funky mando's and a course without casuals is always a plus in my book. Natural tees for the most part on this criss-crossing ...
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-  +2 votes  + Jesse Cahill › April 14, 2012
B
Private course scores are skewed a bit high from my perspective since I hate litter & playing private usually means seeing less of it. That said, White's is a great place. Some shorter technical, couple big holes, some OB, & brick lined island hole. If the grades were given on a use of land scale White's would be a A+ for sure. 3 acres I think with a couple shared baskets but there are 9 or occasionally 10/11 great holes of golf to be played or stumbled through each round.
-  -5 votes  + Keith Aten › November 9, 2010
C