0 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Most playable course in the Lansing/East Lansing area. Great Woods is always packed, grand ledge is poorly mapped. It is pretty quick easy play and though on a small area the developers made great use of what they had.
Cons: Small area for 18 holes. Few challenging holes.
Other Thoughts: If you live in the area play it. The other two lansing courses are better designed but the woods is always so packed/trashed I stopped playing it and grand ledge is very hard to follow ( I last played in 08 so this may have changed).
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
5 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: easy to get to and good place to go for msu and residents in the area. great layout for the small amount of space allowed for the course. fun change of pace from the other two main courses in the area. great course for beginners to learn and play.
Also, brand new tee signs with directions to next hole. Should cut down on almost all the confusion of playing wrong holes and not knowing where to go.
Cons: almost always pretty windy which can be ok b/c the course is incredibly easy. very little shade on most of the holes. in the spring some of the holes get ridiculously flooded. closed for july and august b/c of the agriculture fair for msu.also, watch out for parking tickets when classes are in progress (you're fine after 6pm).
Other Thoughts: purely looking at it, it's not a great course but it is still pretty fun and the designers made the most of what they had. nice third option after fitzgerald park and grand woods. being on a college campus it introduces a lot more people to the sport.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: If you live in the East Lansing/ Lansing area this place is very convenient, being it located next to all of the major highways. There is three nice tunnel shots, the first one is the best with a low ceiling, a slight uphill for the first 100' or so then dropping of steep with a slight right to left curve. The rest is mostly open with a few trees to block your way here and there. The Designer(s) made great use of the land, utilizing every tree possible, and even some strange concrete objects in some cases (I'm not sure if they are an intended obstacle, but they do seem strategically placed) . Also, this a good place for gorilla golf if your there early enough. Good place for big arms.
Cons: The wind will get ya, and most holes play right in to, or across it. Its closed for a month in the summer for the Agriculture expo. Look were you walk, because there are lots of dog walkers sometimes with a group of 10 or so dogs.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 4 Not
Nothing special but still something
Pros: Convenient. Hard place to lose a disk
Cons: Awkward tees - tees aren't well marked. Windy day makes for a long day.
Other Thoughts: Just a standard course. Nothing special. Lots of holes are in a wide open grass area. Would be a much better course of the tees were more official. Currently they are vary from grass to gravel to dirt.
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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