Chisholm Hills Golf Club Michigan

Chisholm Hills Golf Club is a Lansing golf course that made its debut back in the 1950s. Then, in 1997, well-known architect Bruce Mathews re-designed the course. As part of the re-design, all the sand traps were converted to pure white sand. Chisholm Hills offers many of the qualities that you'd expect among the best golf courses in Michigan that qualify as championship tests. Wetlands, rolling hills, woods, and lakes are all a part of the experience. Bent grass tees and greens are linked by Kentucky Bluegrass fairways. From the tips, Chisholm Hills stretches to a respectable 6,577 yards. The par 72 test has a slope of 125 and a course rating of 70.5.

However, when you step out on the second tee, everything changes. There is water long right by the green, and there is a large bunker short left. But that's not all; the hole is a par three measuring 250 yards from the back tee. Throughout your round water and wetlands make strategic appearances, often near the greens. Bring your "A" game, and you'll be fine. The facility includes a driving range, practice area including putting green, pro shop, and lessons. Complete food and beverage services are offered. Try Chisholm Hills when you want tee times in Lansing.
2395 S Washington Ave
Lansing, Michigan 48910
Course Architect
Bruce Mathews
Year Opened
Course Statistics
Tee Yardage Rating Slope
Blue 6559 70.5 125
White 6134 68.7 119
Gold 5606 70.5 121
Red 5289 60.5 118
Practice Tee
Banquet Facilities
Chipping Area
Putting Green
Rental Clubs
Course Rules
Softspikes Facility
Credit Cards Accepted
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