Goodrich Country Club is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Goodrich, Michigan.
Goodrich Country Club first opened for play in 1934. Jeff Gorney redesigned this course in 1988.
The greens are fast and somewhat sloped. The fairways are fairly wide. Water hazards come into play on three holes, and there is also a swamp that comes into play on part of the course.
Men's tees: par-70, 5,459 yards
Senior tees: par-70, 4,718 yards
Red tees: par-70, 4,237 yards
#1. Good opening hole. Short par four. Wood or iron off the tee with a short iron to a two-level elevated green.
#2. Long par three to a small green. Careful not to be too long or to the right, makes it hard to get up and down.
#3. Great driving par four. Must be long off the tee to get home in two. Elevated flat green.
#4. Tricky par three. Land ball in the middle of this green. Ball wants to roll off the front.
#5. Nice par five. Elevated tee, watch for the trees on the left.
#6. Another long par four. A blind tee shot to a fairway that will funnel the ball to the middle. Come into this green from the right. Coming in from the left could be a disaster.
#7. This par four could be reachable from the tee with a good shot. Be careful not to be left or right.
#8. Easy, short par three.
#9. Careful of the cattails and water on the right of this tee. Nice par five.
#10. Straight away par four. Just keep it down the middle.
#11. Fun, short par four with water fronting the green. Try for left of the tree, short of the water for an easy chip shot to the green or if you are long, go for it from the tee.
#12. Nice straightaway par three.
#13. Another good par four driving hole. Watch out for the trouble on the right.
#14. Par four sharp dogleg left over a stream. Don’t be long to this green.
#15. Good par five. Over two hills with a blind shot to the green. Before you drive the ball watch out for other golfers on the green.
#16. Par three. Short to the green is better than too long. You could be chipping from the bottom of the hill to the green.
#17. Signature par four hole. Elevated tee, to a fairway with trees on both sides. Pond in front of the green. Green is large with a sloped front.
#18. Dog-leg right around the trees and water from the tee. Green is large with a sloped front.
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