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2241 N Bass Lake Rd
Pierson, MI  49339-9670
United States
P: (616) 636-5260
Whitefish Lake Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,122 yards | 128 slope

70.0 rating | Blue grass

Whitefish Lake Golf Course

The 18-hole "Whitefish Lake" course at the Whitefish Lake Golf Course facility in Pierson, Michigan features 6,122 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.0 and it has a slope rating of 128 on Blue grass. Designed by Jerry Matthews, ASGCA, the Whitefish Lake golf course opened in 1963. Jane Bylsma manages the course as the General Manager.


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Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed September 04, 2017

Great clubhouse with a very nice restaurant The people are very friendly and helpful.The golf carts are in very bad shape. On one occasion they had to bring us a different cart because ours was dead. Yesterday we had a gas cart that kept stalling on us. The girl taking care of the carts said they all do that.The carts are all in bad shape. The course is in bad shape also. There are many bald spots in the fairway. It was in much better shape earlier this year. The price is right though if you go through golflink.Yes, the 10th hole is beyond challenging.

Reviewed June 13, 2011

It's a Jerry Matthews course, so of course it's a great course. There's also a restaurant for lunch or dinner. I had a great burger, but the steaks looked awesome, too. Very reasonably priced.

Reviewed February 16, 2009

ok here goes... horrible track except for maybe 2 holes. condition is bad, greens slow... but yet here is this great restaurant in the clubhouse. It doesn't fit at all, and if it were not there it would be a really bad day. That restaurant should be at Pilgrims run, and the hot dog warmer at Pilgrims should be at Whitefish, how did that happen?

Reviewed July 04, 2008

A nice-average course in a beautiful setting, which would be a gem with better upkeep. Above-average accuracy required due to many narrow fairways. Don't start your day from the very difficult 10th hole if you want to keep your morale up! A fun course and a good buy for the money.

Reviewed February 14, 2008

Beautiful clubhouse, great food, passable course with some real bright spots. Number 10 is the hardest par five in the world. It's not even fair. But, it's fun to try to figure out. The course turns left and right and has a series of narrow fairways, crowded by tall pines that lead to some interesting geometry. It gets dry and hard as the summer wears on. They don't exactly have a green thumb when it comes to the fairways, but, the greens are well kept throughout the season. The price is a little too high for the lack of detail, but, it's usually clear and fast play. When you get into the pines, it's a beautiful course to look at. Drive another three miles and double the greens fees and you're playing Pilgrim's Run which is a hundred percent nicer.


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About Whitefish Lake

Whitefish Lake Golf Course

Golf Only facility

10 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Jane Bylsma, General Manager
Matt Suzio, Superintendent
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