Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti Golf Course - Pine View Golf Course Details
Designed in 1989 by famed golf course architect Harley Hodges, Pine View Golf Course has earned a reputation in Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti golf course for the way the challenge intensifies as players swing through the Championship Course. The first nine, known as "Open Pines," features wide fairways with some difficult greens. The challenge intensifies as players approach the back nine, known as "Rolling Pines. They soon find themselves among a while of beautiful, white pine trees, which line the sides of many holes. The Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti golf course landscape at Pine View Golf Course is all at once majestic and challenging. The most difficult tees at Pine View measure 6,490 yards while the easiest are a mere 4,101. This makes an excellent combination for golfers of all skill and experience levels, whether they aim to relax or enhance their games.
Pine View Golf Course offers many more options as well, including a shorter yet more challenging course known as "Little Pine Nine." It's a par-30 course that also features a set of junior tees, perfect for young golfers or beginners to learn the game and begin developing. This course offers a maximum yardage of 1,818 or a junior distance of 1,444.
For the enjoyment of all Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti golf course players, Pine View Golf Course requires proper golf attire, general golf course etiquette and speed of play rules. We also ask players to repair ball marks, fix divots and observe that day's cart rules.
To ensure every player's enjoyment, Pine View Golf Course requires proper golf attire, general golf course etiquette and speed of play rules to be observed at all times on both of our courses. We also ask all players to adhere to the cart rules of the day, repair ball marks and replace divots.
Blue: yards 6490
White: yards 6220
Gold: yards 5784
Red: yards 5042
Green: yards 4101