Beeches Golf Club is a public golf course located in South Haven, a wonderful resort town on the shores of Lake Michigan.
This 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Michigan architect W. Bruce Matthews III.
The Beeches Golf Club, and its five sets of tees with ranges in length from the forward tees of 5,005 yards to 7,115 from the back tees. Because of the proximity to Lake Michigan, there was no need to load the design with a lot of obstacles. The changing winds provide the variety in playability.
The centerpiece of the course is the beech tree located in proximity to the clubhouse and the 18th green. Sand dunes and water areas further enhance the enjoyment and beauty of the course.
The club's name is taken from the scores of beech trees found on the property, including the majestic giant beech near the clubhouse and 18th green. The giant beech frames the 18th hole on the left, combined with the water on the right means players will have to be on their best behavior when they approach this green.
The Beeches course features plenty of water with six large ponds on the property. Adding teeth to the test, Matthews has also made good use of sandy waste areas throughout the course.
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