Plum Brook Golf Club
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|White M: 67.3/119||325||150||390||192||324||369||340||321||493||2904||318||150||371||395||475||141||512||403||380||3145||6049|
|Red W: 68.5/117||315||140||365||165||304||330||302||294||443||2658||301||145||345||367||430||125||425||365||340||2843||5501|
Staff was rude
Made my tee time day before for 3:40 pm , get to course and pay my 18 hole fee and was told we could only play 9 because it was Easter and they are closing early. Person in charge said sorry and that was the way it was going to be !!!
Plumbrook, A Hidden Grm
I've played Plumbrook Golf Course a number of times and it has always been enjoyable. It may not rival the high priced designer courses, but it's very playable and keeps everyone in contention for skins, no matter their abilities. The yardage on the scorecard is a little off, but your 200, 150, and 100 yard markers are accurate.
What I enjoy most about Plumbrook is their greens, which are usually immaculate and fast. Due to this year's long and extremely harsh winter, their greens are not quite up to standards due to "winter mold". But, as the season extended on, the bad spots filled in and putting continues to be challenging.
Overall, Plumbrook is a great course to play for just about all golfers. Now, if you are a "scratch golfer", you might want to play an "up north" designer course, and pay $100.00 per round; but for the everyday golfer who loves to play, Plumbrook is a "Hidden Gem" in Sterling Heights, Michigan.