Showboat Park

Chesaning, Michigan     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Josh Russell › May 27, 2016
B-
This park has been redesigned and is much improved over the solid F rating it was before. It is a city park with ballfield's etc. and the river running along side of it. Not much to work with. Most holes start or end or go along side the river as it is the only thing to make use of and hole 10 is about 1/3 of a mile from 9's basket, making it a tale of two different 9's. I got in my truck and drove over to do the second 9. Holes 1, 2, 10, and 12 have elevation changes with 12 being my signature ...
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-  +0 votes  + Nicholas Ziemer › May 31, 2017
B+
Going to be a very nice course and well thought out for the space given. Very neat holes and nice to air out on the front 9. 11 through 15 need work just a simple weedwacker and some clippers with a couple dudes would solve most all the problem. Just very bushy and overgrown people are going to be getting poison ivy and such on those select Holes. Otherwise very neat course love hole 10!!
-  +0 votes  + Josh Hayes › July 10, 2017
C+
-  +0 votes  + Christian Maday › October 18, 2018
B
This course is very different from almost anything else I've played. The front nine is very wide open, testing your accuracy with a hyper, with a couple flat out crushes. Then, after the hike down the road, the back 9 opens up to some more technical, wooded shots. With a handful being grab your straightest putter and just try to throw it as straight as you can. Some of the holes need some teepads as some of them are dirty or just mulch, but once that is remedied this could really become a standout course with some TLC.
-  +0 votes  + Mike Schiller › July 23, 2018
B
This being my local course, I've got a soft spot for it. The front nine is very open and a couple holes really give you a chance to let it rip. Approximately 4 of the holes on the front nine are right on the river and if you don't play your shot right, you could end up losing a disc to the water. Not impossible to wade into, but it gets a little deep in some spots. The back nine is a little more varied in the holes. 10 had a large power pole that you need to navigate around as well as p ...
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