Porcupine Mountains Sports Complex DGC

Ontonagon, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +1 votes  + Andrew L › June 21, 2016
Good range of difficulty in this course, and the baskets are high-quality with double chains. The lower 9 follows a gravel trail and is easy to access for players of all ages, but still has interest with woods and long open drives. The upper 9 is much more challenging and climbs a portion of the ski hill. Beware of wet ground after rain, and it can be easy to lose discs in the tall grass and woods in spite of the course being partially mowed.
-  +1 votes  + Evan Nickodem › July 3, 2017
Layout is difficult but challenging and could be a lot of fun, however back area is poorly maintained. Front 9 are more wooded, difficult but playable, back 9 are on ski hill, tall grass on the runs, even taller grass on the sides of the wooded areas, and lots of wooded areas. Be prepared to spend lots of time looking for your disc if you get off the ski run. Use bug spray and check for ticks after.
-  +1 votes  + Erik S › June 21, 2018
A very challenging course to play. Located along Lake Superior at the ski complex, this course offers 2 different rounds of golf! The front 9 is along a gravel path through mostly wooded areas with a couple open holes. The holes through the woods will make you pay if you are not straight. The open holes make you use different shots due to the various doglegs and blind shots. The back 9 takes you up the hill and back down. Holes 10 through 15 are up hill and through rugged terrain. Holes play lo ...
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-  +0 votes  + Becky Gilbert › July 16, 2016
The front 9 were all the same layout. The back 9 could o had more playing down the mountain like #17 beautiful view. The mountain was very rutted a wear.
-  -1 votes  + Tab dab › June 27, 2017
Not well laid out, only 9 playable holes.