Michigan City Municipal Golf Course is a public, 36 hole golf facility located in Michigan City, Indiana. The facility has two 18-hole golf courses, they are: The North Course and The South Course. Bothe courses wind through a wooded setting.
The older of the two courses is The South Course. The South Course opened in 1928. The Michigan City Municipal Golf Course, South Course is an 18-hole course, par of 72 challenge. Playing to a maximum distance of 6,169 yards, the South Course is a mixture of hills, short holes and long holes, dog legs, sand traps and water hazards.
The North Course opened for play in 1974. The course was designed by Ted Metz.
The North Course is an executive-style golfing, playing to a maximum distance of 3,531 total yards and a par-60. The course has 12 par three and 6 par four holes. The course is ideal for the beginner, yet also offers several golfing challenges such as hills, dog-legs, short holes, sand traps and water hazards.
$16 (cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2012 at 8am
Played this course with a friend who wanted to travel and see it. Played just after a bit of rain and the course conditions were wet, slow, high grass. Ball didn't go anywhere and one had to look for areas to drive on in wet conditions. Utilized golf pass from golf teams and the rate was outstanding. The staff was very nice and course was packed with people including a women's walk with push cart group ahead of us for nibne holes. Very average and not one of the nicest we have seen this season. Being a municipal course says it all. However played park course in Channahan, Illinois and it was first class, Heritage Bluffs.
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