Litchfield Greens Golf Course, originally named Jenkins Golf Course, is a Public, 9 hole golf course located in Litchfield, Michigan.
The course first opened for play in 1964. The course was designed by Harley Hodges.
Litchfield Greens was built on primarily flat ground. It is a tree-lined course. The fairways vary between narrow and wide, while the greens are average-sized and fairly flat. Water comes into play several times on the course.
White tees: par-36, 3,172 yards
Red tees: par-36, 2716 yards
$16 (cart not included), played on Sunday, May 2017 at 1:30 PM
I rated this 9 hole layout based on the rural area its located, local built and minimal funding to operate. Played here about 7 years ago in July and the fairway/greens conditions were much better. The layout is very flat with good yardage (3,172 / Par 36) with the small greens and wind being your biggest challenges. Number #6 is a par 5 (464yd), dogleg left that has two (2) trees in the middle of the fairway blocking your 2nd shot. I cut the corner 2nd loop over the LH woods with a cut 5w that put me 60yds off the front, strange hole. Pretty much a 100% mowed course with no real fairway separation that would have made it more visual pleasing and challenging. Forced 100-150yd carries can add a lot to a basically flat layout and changing its simple appearance. Played 18 holes (Double loop) shooting 43/40 w/34 putts on a sunny windy (10-15mph) day in Litchfield, MI paying $18 (walking) in 3hrs and 15minutes at a enjoyable pace.
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