Marysville Golf Course, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Marysville, Michigan.
Marysville Golf Course is owned an operated by the City of Marysville. The local Lion's club was responsible for opening the original nine holes in 1953. Architect Don Childs designed the expansion to a par-72, 18 holes and play commenced on the new course during the 1970's.
There are four sets of tees that play to distances and slopes measuring 6,542 yards/120 slope, 6,284 yards/118 slope, 5,311 yards/117 slope for women and 111 slope for men. An alternate set of yellow tees plays to 5,351 yards with a slope of 108, and is ideal for beginning, junior or senior players.
Hole #3, par-4,begins with a tee shot over a ravine, each doglegs to the right, and both holes feature a water hazard near the green. On number three, the pond is situated to the left about 50 yards out, and is almost hidden from view on the fairway.
Hole #11, par-4,begins with a tee shot over a ravine, each doglegs to the right, and both holes feature a water hazard near the green. On eleven, the pond rest to the right side, just short of the putting surface.
Hole #12, a dogleg left around a lake.
Hole #13, dogleg right around a line of trees.
The greens at Marysville are medium in size and mild in undulation, and can be easily approached as bunkering is minimal and most of the putting complexes are open in front. High arcing lob shots are usually not required, making this course quite user-friendly. The terrain is quite level, except for a few holes when ravines and slopes come into play. Most shots will be played from level lies.
$31 (cart included), played on Sunday, July 2009 at 2pm
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