Centennial Acres is a Public, 27 hole golf course facility located 30 minutes west of Lansing, in Sunfield, Michigan. Centenial Acres has three 9-hole golf courses. These courses can be combined in pairs to form three different 18 hole course challenges. The nine-hole courses are The Sunrise Course, The Midday Course, and The Sunset Course.
The Sunrise and Midday Course at Cenennial Acres opened in 1979. The Sunset Course at Cenennial Acres opened in 1999. The courses were designed by Warner Bowen.
The Midday nine and the new Sunset nine are intertwined, so be sure to keep an eye on the signs pointing to the next tees. The Sunrise nine is located across Dow Road
The gently-rolling terrain of the courses includes plush, undulating greens. The fairways are defined by a light cut of rough and lined by trees. Water hazards are strategically-placed throughout and provide a pleasing aesthetic. Aside from two holes on the new Sunset nine, there are absolutely no greenside bunkers.
Only three or four holes have fairway bunkers, the main obstacles are the trees and water. None of the nines are overly long, measuring 3,397 (Sunrise), 3,292 (Midday), and 3,120 (Sunset) from the tips. Each nine consists of at least one long (or longish) par 3, one 400 yard par 4, and par 5s that all reach over 500 yards (some well over 500 yards).
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