Greater Jackson Golf Association
5119 Page Avenue
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Gauss' Green Valley
Golfers won't find many level lies on this sprawling 18-hole layout which winds through apple trees, oak groves, ponds, valleys and hills. More than 50 well placed sand traps challenge players who will revel in the natural beauty of the course. Stone walls and resplendent flower beds adorn the layout. Heather=like rough greets golfers who will get the chance to cross "Lit'l Mac" - a small version of the Mackinaw Bridge - over a serpent-like double green similar to those at St. Andrews. A peninsula green reminiscent of Pete Dye's 17th at the TPC faces golfers at the 12th hole. This course demands accurate approach shots and deft putting. Short enough for the beginner, it will challenge even the finest golfers.
Names for Grace Wilson, the matriarch of a four generation golf course family, Gracewil Pines possesses the traits golfers love. Large, true greens provide excellent scoring opportunities for golfers with accurate drivers and adequate iron play. Enjoy a change of scenery from the pine tree lined fairways of the front nine to the wide open hardwood hills on the closing nine. Visible and easily accessible from I-94, the golf course challenges golfers of all abilities who appreciate the reasonable rates and scenic setting.
Variety welcomes golfers at Hankerd Hills where a new back nine joins a remodeled front nine for memorable golf. Mounded greens, water holes and hills provide lots of challenge. There's even a unique par three which includes a bridge tee box for the ladies. Golfers will like the new look and continue to appreciate the congenial atmosphere of the 19th hole.
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