|Address:||2936 S Lotz Rd, Canton, MI 48188, USA|
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My four star rating is premised upon (1) what Fellows Creek tries to be, and (2) the assumption that like most golfers, shooting a 90 on a course with a slope less than 120 can be enjoyable for you. Fellows Creek aims at being a fairly low priced municipal course offering an entertaining round of golf. The course fills that role admirably. We played the East and South courses - there is also a West. The course is fairly flat, but trees abound and the water hazards, tho few, are strategically placed. With the exception of a few fairly long par fours (375–400) with water hazards forcing laying up if you dont smoke a drive, the holes are fun without being overly challenging. The greens had recently been areated and were bumpy, but otherwise in good conditions. Most of the landing areas were generous, and the primary danger off the tee was trees – most of the fairways adjoin strips of forest. There are a few water hazards in play off the tees, but not many. The par threes are challenging, but again fun to play. While the green maintenance was good, the course maintenance was only average. The course appears to get a great deal of play, and we played late in the season. Evidence of heavy play on the tees and surrounding the greens was obvious. Amenities off the course were Spartan, but we played the course in mid–October. The pro shop was modest and the menu at the grille was obviously adjusted for the season and traffic. At the end of the day, Fellows Creek is a bargain – a fun round of golf at a moderate price. I would urge you to walk the course if possible, as the course was clearly designed for walking. I think you will enjoy your round if your expectations are tempered by this review.
Course was in nice shape but is way overpriced. I expected a long day since it was Fathers day but an hour to play 2 holes is ridiculous. Stater told us they were pairing up twosomes, but we had 2 in front of our 4some .The South course is a shooting gallery you never know whos playing what hole. I had not played here in along time and it will be when hell freezes over before I return. Had to skip the last 3 holes cause it would have been a 6 hour round had other things to do than sit and wait 20 minutes between shots.
The food was extraordinarily terrible at two separate events at the clubhouse. The family and friends at the events got the party kickin but the catering was absolutely the worst. The golf was fun.
I have played the course and returned many times due to the price and well maintained nature of the course. The staff is outstanding!! Definitely my go to curse in the Detroit Metro area.
A Private User
We just had a wedding here and it was amazing. We experienced a level of service that is very rare. Jim and his staff know how to take care of their guests and run a flawless operation.
Thank you Patty! You were able to step into an unknown wedding arrangement and put all of the pieces together...everything was perfect start to finish! The Evans-Hood family.
First timer at this course, not bad. Cozy up in an early Spring Sunday in February, enjoying the warmest weekend in history, cannot complain, life
I play there with my high school team and it is just amazing. Ive been to many courses around and this is by far the best course.
I was only able to golf the same 9 holes twice, but the course was well maintained and a lot of fun. I was glad to have visited.
Mary Jo Brady
We enjoy this course. There are 3 nine hole courses. We like South & West. East is quite tight...side by side holes.
Love fellows creek. Three 9 hole courses. Fairways are great. Greens are true. Staff is friendly. HIGHLY RECOMMEND
Daniel M. Rose
A beautiful course. The fairways are narrow and challenging. However, I would definitely recommend playing it.
It can take a while for the 1 beverage cart to make it around the three nines. Stock up before you tee off.
Not a bad course, seems to be a little confusing for hole placement based on the markers at the tee.
27 hole course that has some challenges but isnt overly difficult. Its in great shape this season.
Overpriced. $25 for 9 holes and a cart is absurd for April golf. Course was nothing special
Lovely course with a nice layout. Priced appropriately. Course difficulty is 6/10
Reasonable rates good place to get out if you cant get out of the city
Beautiful 27 holes with challenging terrain. One of my favorites.
It was a company party so not to much to criticize or brag about.
Clean restrooms and good food. Only at banquet hall.
Very very good courses in great shape as always
I think they are open all year round.
Excellent course and staff
Nice venue for a wedding
George Hagadorn Jr
Great local golf course
very nice banquet hall
Nice 27 hole course
A Private User
challenging & fun
Food bad golf ok
Gather Light Young