Join your fellows at Fellows Creek for League play – or make a bunch of new friends! In keeping with our friendly, "fellows” theme, League play here is a great opportunity to join old friends and make new ones. It’s easy, what with over 1,400 League participants! Fellows Creek offers League play just about any time Monday through Friday on our three, nine-hole courses that we have you play in rotation to keep the matches lively. Hungry? Stop by for lunch and a cool beverage before or after your round. We offer sandwiches, hamburgers and hot dogs, salads and appetizers — and of course your favorite "adult beverages” in the lounge.
Outings "R” Us! Golfers of every skill level can enjoy a great day on our 27 holes for any tourney — from multi-day tournaments to a 9-hole Scramble. Pleasurable-yet-challenging rounds of golf, fine food and drinks afterwards and camaraderie throughout makes Fellows Creek the perfect outing destination. Our years of outing experience guarantees it!
I finally played Fellows after passing it for years and I loved it. Course was well maintained, excellent customer service, and the course was fun to play. If you are looking for a great day of relaxing golf, not too challenging, this is a great course for a great price.Golf Link
|18 Holes Sr/Jr||$20||$20|
|9 Holes Sr/Jr||$15||$15|
|18 Holes Sr/Jr||$15||$15|
|9 Holes Sr/Jr||$10||$10|
|18 Holes||9 Holes|
|Monday - Friday 6am - 10am|
|Card Holder Jr/Sr||$15||$10|
|(May 15 - June15)|
|Saturday & Sunday|
|18 Holes Before 10am||$33|
Nice course with great greens!Ben C.
Fellows Creek Golf Club has three unique nine-hole layouts with each nine measuring more than 3,200 yards in length from the tips. Our 27 holes were co-designed by one of Michigan's most renowned golfing architects, W. Bruce Matthews, and his son, Jerry Matthews. Bruce Matthews also laid out Cadillac Country Club, Grand Haven Golf Club, and many more courses in the state. The Matthews family has become legendary in the Michigan golfing world.
There's lots of variety when you play here because each day we can combine two different nines to create the 18-hole format for a great par-72 round. And our club is one that will appeal to golfers of all skill levels. We provide three sets of tees for your round.
Click here or call us now at 734.728.1300 for more information or to book a tee time at Fellows Creek!
While playing the South Nine you will see that it has a little more rolling terrain than the other nines and is also known for its elevation changes.
One of the outstanding holes on this nine is the par-5 No. 4, measuring 509 yards from the back tees and 440 from the forward tees. This is a fairly long hole with trees on the left side, a large bunker on the right front of the green, and trees in the back. You can use a driver on this hole, and if you're a long hitter, you'll be able to reach the green on your second shot. Watch out as well for the hills and mounds around the green.
The 5th hole is a short par-3 (147 yards from the back and 82 from the front tees) where you'll have an exciting downhill shot to the green. It's not a long shot, but it's still a challenging green to hit. There's a bunker on the right-hand side as well as a pond. If you're long, you could hit into a bunker behind the green. And the undulating green rises and falls, making for some lively putting.
Another par-3 on this nine, the final hole has been chosen by the Detroit Free Press as one of its Toughest 18 Holes in Southeast Michigan. It's long – 208 yards from the back and 171 from the front. What makes it exciting is that you're hitting your ball uphill to the green. Meanwhile, you're keeping your eye on the creek to the right that runs from tee to green. If you're short, you'll be hitting off a downhill lie, and on top of that, anything short will generally kick right into the water.
While enjoying the East Nine you will find that our No. 3 par-5 looks like a tempting risk-reward opportunity, but it's a bit of a gamble. This hole, measuring 512 yards from the back and 438 from the front, has trees on the left-hand side for about 100 yards. To the right is a bunker that can trap your drive off the tee. A pond on the right of the two-tiered green as well as bunkers on both sides are possible threats on your approach.
Our No. 5 is another of our fun par-3s, this one measuring 155 yards from the back and 96 yards from the front tees. Take a good look before you hit your ball at that pond on the right of the green that runs around the back. You'll be hitting from a 4-iron to a 9-iron off the tee, depending on how the wind is blowing on the day you play. The green has a lot of undulations besides. This hole looks easy, but many players come up short here.
Another great par-3, the 7th hole, will test your length. It measures 223 yards from the back and 150 from the front. On the right, trees threaten and halfway to the undulating green there is a pond on the right and bunkers right and left. You have to hit a very straight ball here. Anything that you hit to the right goes in the water. Also watch out for placement on the green which is longer than it is wider.
On the West Nine the 2nd hole, one of the favorites, is a short, reachable par-4, playing at 298 yards from the back and 223 from the front. You can drive this hole, but you're hitting through a fairway lined with trees. The other obstacle is crossing a creek that's about 60 yards short of the green. There are also two bunkers on the left just before the green. If you get in the first one, you'll have to carry the second in order to reach the green.
There's a lot of roll on this green. No. 6 is a par-5 (511 from the back tees and 415 from the front). There are dense trees here on both sides, so hit a very straight shot off the tea. There is mounding on the right side as well as two bunkers. On the green, you'll find mounding and bunkering as well. If you go over the green, you'll end up in high grass and trees. Even so, you can reach the green in two if you play this hole well. But most golfers need three shots and hit a fairway wood off the tee to avoid trouble.
No. 7 is an interesting par-3 that's one of the newest holes at our club. It was recently rebuilt as part of some recent changes. It measures 198 yards from the back and 120 from the front. You'll be hitting off the tee to a two-tiered small green with bunkers on both sides. Although there is a landing area in the front, high heather does protect the front of the green as well. The key to making par here is where the pin is placed.
South – 3,222 yards, 3,078, 2,668.
East – 3,229 yards, 3,002, 2,610.
West – 3,340 yards, 3,018, 2556.
It's a nice course that is not too tough, it gets a lot of play, but they keep it in great condition in spite of that. Good course for a higher handicap golfer, solid restaurant as well.Brian Reed
Your extra special touches, curbside bag drop assistance, cloth table cloths, scramble instructions, cart name signs, score cards, scramble & skins scoring all made us feel very welcomed. I will and I’m sure many of the other ladies will also be bragging about Fellows Creek for a long time.Mary Jo VanLoozen
We offer three nine hole courses that you rotate and play a different one each week. We offer special league discount rates to all league members throughout the golf season.
Enjoy our lounge with its great outdoor patio and a full menu with daily specials. Catch all your favorite sports teams in action with the two flat screen TVs. We have room for all different size leagues gives a call today at (734) 728-1300 ask for Jesse or Adam, we will be glad to answer any questions you have. The tee is open for your league!
More than 1,400 avid players participate in leagues at our club. If you want to meet new golfing pals and foursomes, leagues are definitely the way to go. Soon you'll be hitting our par-3 greens, crossing our ponds and creeks with confidence, and bringing home a trophy to put on your mantel.
We have leagues for men, women and seniors. No matter what your age or level of golfing ability, you'll get a warm welcome.
Interested in forming a league of your own for a church or business group? We can help you organize that, too.
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