Bald Mountain

Orion Charter Township, Michigan     1 course · 9 holes     Driving directions

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-  +4 votes  + Tom Wagner › September 23, 2018
Ambiance of an up north course, challenging with elevation, technical, fun, easy to navigate, water, longs (really long) and shorts (5 holes). Nice cement pads. Park in the lot by the beach sign where the new baskets are visible.
-  +2 votes  + Trevor Edmunds › September 5, 2018
Very challenging and beautiful. Placement of your shot was key on the long ones. I enjoyed this course a lot. Great job on this course guys.
-  +1 votes  + Benny G. › September 3, 2018
FINALLY A COURSE IN OUR AREA THAT INTEGRATES BOMBS AND PLACEMENT! It will eat up the rookies and pros. Tough tight fairways so placement is key! Enjoyed it for it being in soo soon. Excited for the next 27 holes! Thank you!!
-  +1 votes  + Ron Jacobs TBS › September 1, 2018
9 holes are in and super challenging for the most part. Tight fairways and rough that plays like OB. Interested to see what happens after it's finalized and broken in. Teepads are pretty rough so hopefully permanent tees are installed soon. Hole 9 is definitely a par 6. Definitely not your typical Michigan par 3 golf, and it's something we desperately needed.
-  +0 votes  + Dave Milewski › October 31, 2018
Holy ****. Amazing.
-  +0 votes  + Brian Hurley › May 18, 2019
-  +0 votes  + Mike Rivamonte › October 19, 2018
-  +0 votes  + David TomlinsonTBS › September 23, 2018
Great course. Lots of elevation. Bring lots of water.
-  +0 votes  + connor leidal › March 26, 2019
Hope they get more holes this place is awesome.
-  +0 votes  + Nate Oliver › November 4, 2018
-  +0 votes  + perry Fortin › September 29, 2018
Awesome place and the The flow of play was remarkable Loved It can't wait till it's finished
-  +0 votes  + Jason Sullivan › October 18, 2018
Beatiful and challenging course. The elevation, length and tight forest shots will test your placement, distance, and stamina. Some of the greens and fairways are still new but as the course matures I am sure they will shape up nicely. Can't wait for the next 9 holes.
-  +0 votes  + Gary Belcher Jr › September 3, 2018
Course was not bad. Still could use some clearing of stumps. Distance between holes was a hike and hilly. Hole 9 is for the strong arm but be accurate or you will end up in the water. Overall holes were nice to play.
-  +0 votes  + Jeff Conroy › April 19, 2019
Great course so far! Can’t wait for the rest of the holes to be added, especially if they keep with the flow of the first 9. Only annoyance is traveling with a cart is a little tough.
-  -1 votes  + Tim Sylvain › September 17, 2018
Played this course from the longs and checked out the short tees. From a high level players perspective, which I'm not, this is an excellent course. Really tough shots. Good two shot par fours and a three shot par five. From an intermediate and below players perspective, which I am, it lacks a "fun factor". Literally no deuce opportunities. Even the 300' hole is so uphill it plays at least 380'. AM 1s and higher will love this course, AM 2s and below probably won't visit often. I'll play a few times a year for the challenge, but Seymour and/or Bay Court are more fun.
-  -3 votes  + Jeff Loveless › September 15, 2018
Shocked at the A votes! Biased? Maybe know the designer? That said, it has great potential. Obviously need perminant tee pads and to clear out some rough and a few trees. By no means is this suppose to be a "harsh" grade. I think the course has great potential! However, work needs to be done and it is currently only 9 holes (I hear more to come). I think C+ is a good grade for current state, but I have no doubt this grade will only go up as more work is done and additional holes are put in. Aga ...
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-  -5 votes  + Christopher COLMUS › August 31, 2018
So far a long bomber's course. Not as fun as Goldenrod or Hollywoods.Bring your rubber arm for the 500+ holes.