East at Warren Valley Golf Course
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|White M: 67.7/117||325||295||503||364||171||463||128||309||305||2863||394||194||450||379||122||358||469||332||259||2957||5820|
|Red W: 70.4/117||315||279||485||334||152||415||109||280||237||2606||343||166||424||350||111||314||431||315||238||2692||5298|
Beautiful for a November afternoon
I’m doing a cross country trip starting in ma and ending in ca Warren valley was fantastic I had a great time with a lovely staff that was very helpful in telling about both east and west 18 hole options. I played the west side and it was gorgeous.
Anytime of Year is Great at Warren Valley GC
I keep reviewing WVGC and saying how much I like this course and I consider it my home course. Even though I live in Royal Oak, it's well worth the drive once or twice a week to play these Donald Ross designed East and West courses.
My dream is to see the traps rebuilt and restored to the way Donald Ross laid them out in the 1920's.
Warren Valley East...Another Donald Ross Gem
I enjoy playing both East and West Courses here. West is my favorite though. Always a challenge. Staff is fantastic and makes my drive to Warren Valley always worthwhile.
Warren Valley...Another Donald Ross Gem
I love these two 18 hole Donald Ross-designed courses. However, there is one giant request I have. Restore and rebuild the sand traps to the way Donald Ross had them in the 1920's. The traps were restored and rebuilt at Roseland Golf & Curling Club in Windsor, Ontario a few years ago. The course is now fabulous and genuinely reflects Donald Ross' original layout. Filling in traps at any course to speed up play was never a great idea. Make Warren Valley Great Again!
This course is centralized and accessible. It has all the challenges you need.
For the price point we recieved through golf now we were able to enjoy a great time golfing.
The value was really good....the greens were in very poor condition...some of the holes were a little too close together