Andrews University

Berrien Springs, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Gregg Morrow › June 6, 2011
-  +0 votes  + Jonathan Logan › June 14, 2014
Great course. Very well maintained. Located on the campus of Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist institution. Not a lot of control required. Distance necessary. The longest hole is 642', the shortest is 218'. Has nice concrete tees. Am Par for this course is 58, Pro Par is 52.
FYI: No smoking or alcoholic beverages. Course closed from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. May be hard for players new to the course to find their way around.
-  +3 votes  + Becky Gilbert › July 22, 2011
FYI No smoking on the course a SeventhDay Adventist private college. We played with a local who's buddies never showed.Good thing. the baskets had yellow tape showing which direction to go for next tee. Was not whole lot of help when we had to walk across campus to hole 14. The green mesh for tee pads was slick and my toes got stuck in it. I opted to tee in the grass. Wonderfully mowed! Very clean.
-  +0 votes  + christopher P › March 27, 2012
big course, mostly have to follow rules of university, never had an issue with playing during sabbath, and Ive been playing this course sense it was built, also live in town
-  +0 votes  + lloyd blevins › March 30, 2012
ok course, have not had to beat up a peanut for sticking its nose in my business, have to hide smoking and deal with the random walker. must have a big arm! If you par the course then you had a great round.
-  +1 votes  + Ben Calhoun › May 28, 2012
Very hard to navigate to #7, #10 (right across entrance road from gatehouse!), #12 and more. Major walks across campus with no clue where to go, takes long to play.
-  +0 votes  + Brad Anderson › August 6, 2012
-  +0 votes  + Nate Martin › September 7, 2012
Holes are beautiful, but teepads are overgrown through gridded rubber pads. Walks between some holes are LONG, esp. from 13-14. Mown grass throughout, great baskets, quiet and clean
-  -1 votes  + Lawrence Leonardi › January 26, 2013
Course is hard to follow, many long walks, some tee shots that make you say wtf was the designer thinking. Lots of potential for great course if redesigned.
-  +2 votes  + Dave Brunsting › September 20, 2013
If C is average then I would definitely say this is slightly below average. Now that concrete pads have been installed and improved maps are available at tee 1 this isn't that bad of a course BUT...The walks between holes is just absurd and particularly between #13 and #14. Good grief. The walk between #6 and #7 is also pretty silly. Of all the courses I have played those are far and away the longest walks between holes I have seen anywhere. Other than that, the course isn't terrible. Big ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris Carpenter › September 18, 2014
This is a nice, well-maintained course. Well kept fairways, concrete tee pads with individual brooms at each one, and baskets in nice condition. As for the downsides, the main one is navigation. The holes are often rather far apart due to the course being spread throughout the university grounds. The second one I would say is just lack of variation. Basically all the holes are open and flat with a couple of scattered trees. Great for practicing drives but there is just not any holes that a ...
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-  +1 votes  + Matt T › May 6, 2015
Prepare to walk a long, long way between many of the baskets and the following tee pads. Check below each basket for an arrow of bricks, and follow that arrow no matter what. Saturday Jesus won't let you down if you follow his arrows faithfully.

The course is pretty boring, as in wide open and long. But it's a beautiful campus and well maintained. There are student houses near some of the holes, but they are pretty cool about it if you snoop around looking for a disc, just be respectful and turn your stupid phone dubstep off when you're near them.