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Uncle Todd-CJLP President's reviews
Blair Township Community Park › November 12, 2016
Small 9 hole course but it does have a couple long holes. Really nice park and great for beginners. They even have a splash pad there woo hoo! Due to limited space the flow after 9 would have you walking back to one. However we often play 4 thru 9 again. Flat terrain so no climbs. For a new course it has been a busy course already. They also have a putting basket @ #1 tee :) CON: Tee signs are much too close to the T Pads
East Jordan Community Park › February 18, 2015
This is a great short course, nice for beginners. Designed by Todd Lewis and the staff of CJLP "cjlplayground.com", this was a Lions Club project. Really nice concrete T-Pads. T signs are being created and scheduled for April 2015 install. This is a solid B course, a lot of holes packed in a small area. Fun Fun Fun Based on the input of players I'm upping my rating to an A
Avalanche Preserve Recreation Area › November 4, 2014
I love all the improvements to the course. It was way overdue and impressed by the local club! Keep up the good works friends :)
Hanson Hills Recreation Area › Grayling Rotary Pine Knoll DGC › October 10, 2012
I really enjoyed this short and tricky lil course. It can also link right up to the main course for a little mix it up.
Terrace Park › December 30, 2016
BRAND NEW TEE SIGNS! This course just gets better, great winter course. Primarily designed for Glow and Ace Race the longest hole is 232 ft but most are about 200 ft. 24 tee's and 11 baskets layed out in a less than a 3 acre area it plays over some yards and close to others which are OB. Fun little course, course map available at 1st tee. New tee signs and course maps at each entrance! However has the most fun wins :)
Mt. Holiday › Main course › April 4, 2012
The Mount Holiday dgc was redesigned in July of 2011 from a 9-hole course to an 18-holer with two sets of tees and two sets of pins and renamed "Carly's Playground at Mount Holiday". The original course no longer exists but some of the holes have remained the same. The course was produced primarily by local Traverse City player, Todd Lewis, as a memorial to his daughter Carly Jean Lewis, who was taken too soon, only weeks earlier. Sponsorships are being sought for all 36 tees.
Mt. Holiday › Carly's Playground › November 2, 2011
Do you dream of the huge downhill rip? It's here. Narrow, wooded fairways? Yup. Doglegs and S-turns? Check and check. Uphill? You bet. Elevation changes? In spades. Side hill and creative pin placement? But of course! On the Red/Pink tee/basket combination, there's only one hole over 400' yet very few are lacking in significant challenge or risk/reward situations. Even the shortest, at 112', was a bear with a super narrow, heavily wooded lane, a low ceiling, and a slight right bend around the si ...
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Do you dream of the huge downhill rip? It's here. Narrow, wooded fairways? Yup. Doglegs and S-turns? Check and check. Uphill? You bet. Elevation changes? In spades. Side hill and creative pin placement? But of course! On the Red/Pink tee/basket combination, there's only one hole over 400' yet very few are lacking in significant challenge or risk/reward situations. Even the shortest, at 112', was a bear with a super narrow, heavily wooded lane, a low ceiling, and a slight right bend around the side of the hill. Add basket placement on the side of that hill and my deuce run quickly turned into a 5 on a roll away with no way back into the woods.
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Hanson Hills Recreation Area › Grayling Rotary DGC › October 10, 2012
Great Course and even better workout. Pack a lunch, its a big walk! Played it again this year and enjoyed it even more. Parking hole 18 on my upshot for a drop in par was the high light! You really need to stay disciplined on this course.
Hickory Hills › April 1, 2014
As good as it gets! In addition to a super design the course is beautiful... 19 overlooks both bays and downtown Traverse City and the woods have lots of huge old growth trees. You don't want to miss playing Hickory Hills and Westside Beverage is just down the road if you need new plastic weapons.