An independent, unbiased review of Grand Ledge Country Club in Eaton County, Michigan using the Michigan Golf Matrix Scoring System.
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Address: 5811 St. Joseph Hwy., Grand Ledge, MI 48837

Front 9: Par 36

Back 9: Par 36

Overall Course: (all 18) Par 72

Yardage: Red tees – 4,481; Gold tees – 5,265; White tees – 5,947: Black tees – 6,315
Stimpmeter: 7.1

Clubhouse and Amenities – Rating 6.22

The Grand Ledge Country Club in Grand Ledge, Michigan, boasts a unique clubhouse and pro shop that add to the overall golfing experience. The clubhouse offers a welcoming atmosphere with courteous service from friendly staff, making it nice for events or business meetings. There is not much in the way of apparel or equipment available. The club provides above average golf carts and decent cart paths to make navigation a breeze. Ample parking facilities add to the convenience for members and guests. Additionally, the amenities include a practice green and driving range for honing skills before hitting the course. The golf course food is typical fare, and the full bar offers a perfect setting for relaxation after a round of golf. They have golf simulators that can be reserved (see website for rates) for off-season play.

Grand Ledge Country Club Front Nine

Grand Ledge Country Club hole 1

Hole 1 – Par 4 – Rating 7.33

Red: 233 yds
Gold: 259 yds
White: 317 yds
Black: 334 yds

A large and level tee block starts you on your round. The fairway is rolling and runs downhill with medium length rough. Bunkers have deep, real sand and the fringe is maintained. The green is small, receptive, rolling and sloped back to front, running at a medium speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 2

Hole 2 – Par 4 – Rating 7.60

Red: 272 yds
Gold: 347 yds
White: 412 yds
Black: 426 yds

Level, medium size tees begin this tougher par 4. The fairway is rolling and runs both slightly uphill and downhill in areas with a slight dogleg left. Rough is long and gets thicker as you near the green. There are no hazards on the hole and the green is medium size with a maintained fringe. The green surface is medium speed as well as crowned with a sharper drop off in back and a rolling, receptive feel.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 3

Hole 3 – Par 4 – Rating 7.00

Red: 246 yds
Gold: 288 yds
White: 324 yds
Black: 349 yds

A unique tee box complex sits here. It is large, level and oddly shaped in the back upper areas. The rolling fairway runs uphill slightly with medium length rough. There is a nice pond far right that, hopefully, does not come into play. The medium size, tiered green is slow of speed, putting with a slope back to front, a receptive feel, and rolling manner.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 4

Hole 4 – Par 3 – Rating 7.00

Red: 106 yds
Gold: 124 yds
White: 166 yds
Black: 180 yds

This is a pretty little par 3 that has level, medium size tees. No real fairway to speak of and it plays uphill. There is a pond to tee over and medium rough guards the green along with real sand bunkers. This green is large with a maintained fringe. The putting surface is slow, receptive, rolling and sloped back to front.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 5

Hole 5 – Par 4 – Rating 7.14

Red: 240 yds
Gold: 321 yds
White: 332 yds
Black: 364 yds

We consider this the signature hole of the course. The elevated tees are level and medium in size. Tee over a combination pond – wetlands water hazard to reach a tight, tree lined fairway. It is rolling with a slight dogleg left and medium rough. All bunkers are real sand and the fringe is maintained. This small green is sloped back to front with a receptive and rolling feel. It putts at a medium speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 6

Hole 6 – Par 4 – Rating 7.14

Red: 237 yds
Gold: 292 yds
White: 323 yds
Black: 371 yds

From level, medium size tees, tee off over a water hazard to the rolling fairway that doglegs rights and runs downhill. The rough is medium in length and the bunkers are real sand with multiple rakes available. Green is small with a maintained fringe and a surface that is sloped back to front, receptive and rolling. It runs at a medium speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 7

Hole 7 – Par 3 – Rating 7.50

Red: 111 yds
Gold: 147 yds
White: 151 yds
Black: 161 yds

Medium size, level tees start this fairly typical par 3. The approach is flat with medium rough and no hazards. There is a maintained fringe around the receptive, rolling green that is sloped back to front, medium in size and slow in speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 8

Hole 8 – Par 5 – Rating 7.33

Red: 410 yds
Gold: 442 yds
White: 283 yds
Black: 521 yds

This straight par 5 has level, medium size tees. The fairway is rolling with a water hazard well right and medium length rough. A maintained fringe edges this large green with a medium speed putting surface. It has receptive and rolling qualities and is sloped back to front.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 9

Hole 9 – Par 5 – Rating 7.33

Red: 391 yds
Gold: 440 yds
White: 506 yds
Black: 514 yds

This is the second of the back-to-back par 5’s that end the front nine. It has medium size, level tees and a fairway with a combination of rolling and flat areas that runs a little uphill. There is a water hazard short left off the tee to avoid, medium length rough and no bunkers. The maintained fringe surrounds the small, medium speed green, which is sloped back to front, rolling and receptive.

Average Rating Holes 1-9: 7.27

Grand Ledge Country Club Back Nine

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 10

Hole 10 – Par 4 – Rating 7.00

Red: 260 yds
Gold: 303 yds
White: 351 yds
Black: 368 yds

Begin the back nine on level, medium size tee boxes. The rolling fairway runs uphill and is edged by medium rough. Avoid the real sand bunkers. There is a maintained fringe around the medium size green. The green itself is rolling, receptive, sloped back to front and putts at a medium speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 11

Hole 11 – Par 3 – Rating 7.20

Red: 122 yds
Gold: 146 yds
White: 180 yds
Black: 191 yds

Level, medium size tees give you a good look at the green for this tight par 3. It plays all downhill with medium length rough and real sand bunkers guarding the small green. This green is slow putting, receptive and rolling.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 12

Hole 12 – Par 4 – Rating 6.86

Red: 273 yds
Gold: 285 yds
White: 330 yds
Black: 342 yds

The tees are small but level on this tight, dogleg right par 4. The fairway is flat and has medium length rough. Avoid the pond and the real sand bunkers. A maintained fringe is around this medium size, slow putting green is rolling and receptive being sloped back to front.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 13

Hole 13 – Par 3 – Rating 7.00

Red: 111 yds
Gold: 124 yds
White: 139 yds
Black: 148 yds

Though short from the large and level tee blocks, this is the toughest par 3 on the course. Tee over a water hazard, uphill all the way to a large green guarded by real sand bunkers and medium length rough. The green is medium speed with a receptive, rolling surface sloped back to front.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 14

Hole 14 – Par 4 – Rating 7.33

Red: 237 yds
Gold: 287 yds
White: 324 yds
Black: 358 yds

Tee from elevated, large and level tees over a water hazard into the tight, tree lined, rolling fairway with thicker, medium length, rough. The bunkers are real sand and the fringe is maintained. The green is sloped back to front, receptive, rolling and pretty large, but it runs at a slow speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 15

Hole 15 – Par 4 – Rating 7.00

Red: 215 yds
Gold: 270 yds
White: 310 yds
Black: 321 yds

Small and level tees start this tight par 4. The rolling fairway is edged by medium rough, and the bunkers are all real sand. A maintained fringe surrounds the large, slow putting green that is receptive and rolling. 

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 16

Hole 16 – Par 5 – Rating 7.00

Red: 362 yds
Gold: 403 yds
White: 444 yds
Black: 488 yds

You run into the first par 5 on the back nine late with small and level tee blocks. The rolling fairway has medium length rough and the real sand bunkers are equipped with multiple rakes. The fringe is maintained around this medium size and speed green. The surface is receptive, sloped back to front and rolling.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 17

Hole 17 – Par 4 – Rating 7.33

Red: 306 yds
Gold: 361 yds
White: 385 yds
Black: 393 yds

The penultimate hole is a fairly typical par 4 from level, medium size tees. Fairway is rolling and the rough is medium in length. There are real sand bunkers with multiple rakes and a maintained fringe. The medium size green is rolling, receptive, sloped back to front, yet still quite slow in putting speed.

Grand Ledge Country Club Hole 18

Hole 18 – Par 5 – Rating 7.33

Red: 349 yds
Gold: 426 yds
White: 470 yds
Black: 486 yds

End your round from large and level tee blocks on this finishing par 5. The rolling fairway doglegs left with medium length rough and real sand bunkers with multiple rakes available. The green is receptive and rolling with a maintained fringe. It is medium in size and runs at a slow speed.

Average Rating Holes 10-18: 7.12

Overall Course Rating: 7.20

SUMMARY:

Grand Ledge Country Club in Grand Ledge, Michigan, is an 18-hole golf course that features mature pine trees, sand bunkers, and scenic water hazards that add both beauty and complexity to the game. As a public golf course with a layout designed to cater to all players skill levels, it plays 6,315 yards of golf from the longest tees. The lush greenery and thoughtful course design are enjoyable and make it a favorite destination for a solid round of golf without a high price. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a casual player, the Grand Ledge Country Club golf course promises a delightful and challenging golfing experience. See our video of Grand Ledge Country Club.

The greens and fairway rate the highest with a steady 8.00 rating.

Pricing: Refer to www.grandledgecountryclub.com or call (517) 627-2495 for tee times and pricing

Value Rating: +2.87

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