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Golf Course Info

The 18-hole Championship Course was designed by Michigan's premier Architect, Bruce Matthews III. The 6802 yards, par 71 course is rated at 73.4/132. It was planned, designed and built to USGA specifications, with the goal of operating it as one of the best golf courses in the Southeast Michigan and Southern Ontario region. Architect Matthews designed four individual courses within one tract, to provide a superior golfing experience for every skill level, from beginner to professional. Juniors, women, seniors and scratch golfers all have a top level course to test and enjoy.

Opened for play in 2003, the Championship 18 combines two different golf course styles into one, according to Matthews. Both nines start and end in the midst of beech, oak, and maple trees common to North American parkland-style golf. The middle holes of each nine traverse rolling fairways interspersed with bunkers and flanked by long grasses and water… a fitting homage to the links style of Scotland's golf. The course is a pleasure to walk, with picturesque fairways, impeccable greens, naturally preserved woodlots and wetlands, and of course, the seven lakes. Players enjoy a comfortable 4h-20m pace of play.

From the very beginning, the restoration/creation of natural environment was a very important part of the entire project. Much research and commitment went into the design of the overall site and integration of a sustainable environment alongside the playing area of the golf course and the adjacent housing. A very significant and satisfying achievement, in 2006 Seven Lakes was Certified in Environmental Planning by Audubon International; we still work every day to earn this certification, to continue the enhancement and protection of our natural environment for all to enjoy.

Then there is the Old Course: originally built in 1970 by Robert Williamson, these 9-holes have been totally redesigned and reconstructed to match the quality, look, and feel of the new championship course. Winding around a large lake, with an island green and seven holes where water is in play, it features undulating greens, oak and sycamore trees and good walkability. Accuracy is a must; it will challenge and fine tune the game of players of all ages and skill levels.

  • Hole123456789Out101112131415161718InTotalRatingSlope
    Black 388 237 445 537 170 467 584 352 390 3570 369 228 414 523 552 153 410 188 395 3232 6802 73.3 131
    Blue 356 201 412 501 137 408 534 318 353 3220 336 183 373 489 505 121 370 169 362 2908 6128 69.6 123
    White 340 166 364 482 125 373 511 288 314 2963 303 154 351 471 468 93 358 152 335 2685 5648 67.5 118
    HCP 9 11 17/7 5 17 3 1 15 3   18 8 10 4 2 16 6 12 14        
    PAR 4 3 4 5 3 4 5 4 4 36 4 3 4 5 5 3 4 3 4 35 71    
    PAR 4 3 4 5 3 4 5 4 4 36 4 3 4 5 5 3 4 3 4 35 71    
    HCP 9 11 7 5 17 3 1 15 3   18 8 10 4 2 16 6 12 14        
    Red 278 131 330 417 102 312 460 258 284 2572 277 128 294 411 416 71 290 105 266 2258 4830 67.9 123
  • Hole123456789Total
    Blue 338 126 261 119 308 118 164 382 166 1982
    White 320 118 240 102 270 85 157 338 150 1780
    HCP 3 1 6 7 9 2 8 4 5  
    PAR 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 31
    PAR 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 4 3 31
    HCP 3 1 6 7 9 2 8 4 5  
    Red 243 109 179 83 235 68 137 320 136 1510
    Yellow 200 105 162 80 195 65 120 210 125 1262

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