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1431 Kelsey Hwy
Ionia, MI  48846-8628
United States
P: (616) 527-3480
Rolling Hills Course

9 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

34 par | 2,940 yards

Blue grass

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Rolling Hills Golf Course

The 9-hole "Rolling Hills" course at the Rolling Hills Golf Course facility in Ionia, Michigan features 2,940 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 34. Designed by Warner Bowen, the Rolling Hills golf course opened in 1977. Gail Herbruck manages the course as the Owner.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed February 20, 2009

mwilson says good greens, thats a stretch, they roll about 4 on the stimp. They put no work into this course at all. Some holes have potential to be nice but outside the rough is ugly bushes, pickers, limbs just a mess. Bring long tees because the tee boxes have long grass, looks like the rough at some courses. Fairway grass is way too long, just looks unkept. This used to be in a lot better shape in the 80's.

Reviewed October 30, 2008

Wide-open with no bunkers and not long. Great greens; smooth with nice undulation. Good value.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 STEVE M. N/A 50 50 07/02/07
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Golf Course Information

About Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills Golf Course

Golf Only facility

18 regulation holes

Awards at Rolling Hills

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Rolling Hills

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Course Staff

Gail Herbruck, Owner
Terry Herbruck, Owner
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