Buttles Park

Lewiston, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Mark Oller › August 6, 2016
Pretty good job cutting this course out through the woods. Great tee pads, baskets, and signage. 2 excellent well placed benches on 6 and 13. For a course that is primarily for locals the designer did a good job.
-  +1 votes  + Randall Robbins › June 29, 2016
This course has a solid mixture of shots. However some of the signs can be misleading. One of the holes is about 75 feet straight with a hard left. The sign makes it look like it's so far away but it really isn't. Other than that the course was fantastic and will come back for sure!
-  +1 votes  + Josh Russell › October 7, 2016
This course is best described as a short, technical, wooded course. But there are 4- 300" plus holes. There is terrific flow to the course. They have huge, textured, cement teepads- some of the best anywhere. Brand new Mach 5 baskets that are much improved over the older DGA baskets. And now they have removed all the stumps and took a heavy tiller to it all, grinding up tree roots and everything, then took a heavy rake to it. The fairways and pathways are now smooth as can be. EVERY course shou ...
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-  +1 votes  + Sean Brennan › November 18, 2015
-  +1 votes  + Bruce Bordeaux › May 9, 2017
Fun and easy course. Signs are a little misleading. Lot of Ace potential for sure! Well maintained.
-  +0 votes  + Becky Gilbert › September 3, 2018
nicely mowed. The direction arrows were very helpful.not hard to navigate. loved the wooded holes thru the tree tunnels. no trash cans yet. what you take in please take out!
-  +0 votes  + Scott Gross "Team Tilley's" › March 17, 2019
Challenging, technical, shorter course. Fun to play. Good teepads and baskets
-  +0 votes  + Richard Brooks › December 1, 2015
Well laid out course, both hyzer and anhyzer shots, good control shots thru narrow lanes will get you to the goal. Open shots but with control for distance. The only down would be no long shot for the big arms.
-  +0 votes  + Jake Frary › June 21, 2019
Decent course to play, some of the fairways are a little too tight but that's part of playing a wooded course. Easy to navigate but the tee signs are kind of misleading for a lot of the holes. Also the rec area it's located in has charcoal grills you can use if you want to make an afternoon out of playing here.
-  -3 votes  + Ira E › June 10, 2017
Absolutely no variety in this course. Everything is 150 to 250 with sharp left turn and 10 foot wide fairways. Only a couple of holes that are over 300 and they are all par 4s. The only good thing about this course is the teepads. Even the signs are terrible.

I will definitely not be wasting my time with this course again. I'd way rather drive to Grayling or West Branch and play a well designed course.