The Pines Golf Course

4.424 Votes
  • Address: 5050 Byron Center Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49519, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1 -6165388380
  • Tags: Golf Course

Which heart doesn’t desire for a stress-free golfing holiday where you can spend as much as time you want in the morning mist? The Pines Golf Course provides you this opportunity to let your stroke peel a divot skillfully off the grass. The Pines Golf Course is one of the premier public Golf courses. The Golf Course is enclosed with beautiful landscape and offers 18 holes to play. When you get tired of playing and want some refreshment, you can rest in the clubhouse and relish some beer or cold drink.

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  • The Pines Golf Course Address: 5050 Byron Center Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49519, USA, United States
  • The Pines Golf Course Contact Number: +1 -6165388380
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The Pines Golf Course Reviews & Ratings

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  • Service was good, the employees were very nice and accommodating. The course was in pretty good shape, the greens were quite good. The course itself is quite short and a little tricky. Play was a bit slow at times, particularly on the back 9. While I was getting a drink after the front 9 two men and a boy check with the Pro Shop and they told them they could find an open hole on the back 9, the front was packed with a league. After playing 10 I caught these folks on 11 giving the boy a lesson. I had to wait the next 3 holes as they continued. They finally left after hole 13. It's great to teach a young person the game, but they might want to include a lesson on etiquette.

  • Great atmosphere. Great staff. Took my wife to the driving range for her first venture into golfing and it was a beautiful place. Definitely returning.

  • Course is set up nicely. Unexpected and beautiful back 9 after playing the first 9 holes. Gets pretty busy due to location, but great rates. I hope they offer a deal on membership when it reaches near mid-season.

  • The back nine has some absolutely stunning holes for a public course. Some parts are challenging, but fair. Also, you won't lose your whole box of balls as offline shots aren't punished in that way. The front nine offers a means to home in on your punch shots as towering trees block most approach shots high when your tee shots are offline. Good prices, but a little busy at times. Some people neglect to fill their divots or fix their pitch Mark's, which would be my only complaint on some of the par 3s.

  • Nice course and was in great shape. The starter was a great help in finding my phone that I had left in the cart. Big thanks

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