Stonehedge South Course at Gull Lake View Golf Club and Resort
|Orange (W)||72||5191 yards||70.3||120|
|Black M: 72.7/133||362||422||192||529||331||186||490||380||390||3282||555||396||321||183||400||374||185||497||435||3346||6628|
|Green M: 70.8/130||341||397||163||510||314||170||476||369||373||3113||535||372||313||169||372||336||152||478||404||3131||6244|
|White M: 68.1/125||316||375||145||490||295||155||439||338||323||2876||514||370||284||147||325||325||140||438||374||2917||5793|
|Gold M: 66.8/115||292||358||138||429||283||139||423||329||293||2684||451||341||267||127||316||303||111||426||344||2686||5370|
|Red W: 69.4/119||280||333||123||423||258||122||418||307||281||2545||447||274||260||120||294||291||105||413||338||2542||5087|
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Played in 48 degrees with 15-20 mph wind, yet enjoyed ourselves. Course in great condition. Tree lined fairways and rolling terrain helped us avoid the direct wind.
nice course in decent shape
Course was in good shape and the pace of play was good since we went off early.
Gull Lake South Fun
Played on Fathers Day. A bit slow due to a couple of slow foursomes. Course was in great shape. Greens were a bit slow however they did water the course very well earlier that morning.
Lots of shot making holes with quite a few tree lined fairways. If you spray the ball a bit like me, make sure your short game is fully ready.
Course personnel was great. Rangers were helpful. Our group liked the South course but prefers the North if they had to choose. Both courses are worth the drive and also fun to play.
beautiful, well kept, and somewhat challenging course. had a blast playing it
March golf in Michigan
The course was in good shape considering it’s March. This course always plays well and is a good challenge.
Gull Lake's best course.
If you like tree lined scenic courses that are challenging and fun, then this is one of Michigans best. Played it during fall color change, so beautiful. And course was in great shape.
Pace of play Ridiculous
I have played this course many times over the last 15 years. I will never play on a weekend again. I was waiting 8-10 minutes per shot. It drained all the rhythm and pleasure out of the round. I stopped after 9 because despite an extreme level of patience I couldn’t take it any more. So I went inside to get a hotdog after discontinuing play and the one food worker had a line of 10 people in front of me so I gave upon this and left. This represents incredibly bad management of the course. Course conditions were great for this time of year.
First time playing nice course, somewhat narrow fairway that makes the course a challenge. I will play this course again.
I played this course with an afternoon tee time, and had a great time. We played 5 of the 6 courses at Gull Lake, and this had the most character. There is no water on this course, but you have to keep the ball in the fairway. Great combination of par 3s, 4s, and 5s. A neat feature that this course has is that it is framed around all these rock walls, which gives it the name. I will definitely return to Gull Lake and hope to play the new course that just opened.
Seems like this course hasn't received the recognition it deserves. With the trees and the rolling topography, it is beautiful from start to finish. Challenging, but fair -- if you hit the ball in the trees, you are most likely going to be penalized, but at least most of the time you can find your ball. A bad shot isn't necessarily a lost ball. No water hazards, but plenty of sand. Just a very enjoyable course to play. Only drawback was, on the day we were there, pace of play was horrendous and many groups were loud to the point of being obnoxious. Don't know if that's the norm or not.
Played Stonehenge South @ 11 24 on a Saturday morning. We had a foursome and it took us 5 hours 40 minutes to play 18. Numerous times there were 3 groups on a Par 4-utterly ridiculous. They need to marshal the course-many groups around us play music which is fine but should have courtesy for others. It is a great course but I think management should reconsider what is happening during the round with the golfers (heavy drinking-people going shirtless etc)
Norther Michigan Golf for a third of the Price
Stonehedge South is one of the most beautiful courses in Michigan. It compares very favorably with many of the highly rated courses in Northern Michigan. An excellent designed course that is exceptionally well maintained. A fantastic value. Maybe the best quality to value courses in Michigan
Nice course very tight and challenging plenty of elevation changes will definitely go back
Course in great shape. Staff friendly and helpful
Played this course on a sunday afternoon with a good HOT DEAL on Golfnow. We were in the area (kalamazoo,Mi) for a 3 day golf vacation with another couple. Have stayed and played the other gull lake courses (at other times) and was always impressed with the overall course conditions of their other courses. This time was no different...perfect weather and think we played it in a little more than 4 hours..not bad for a weekend in afternoon in the middle of the day. This course is a challenge as it is NARROW!! Greens were in good shape and cut for a moderate speed...not lighting quick...but were also not shaggy slow.... they were nice to putt on. Rough was cut a little high..not a major issue other than finding a ball at times was tough unless you were right on top of it...not a negative..just an observation.Sand traps were decent...only remember being in one all day so not so bad from that perspective. Hope to play this course again when in that area of the state...clubhouse assistants were very pleasant andmade us feel like they appreciated our choosing to play the course