Golf Lifestyle

Antioch Hills Golf Club

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $81.1K
Lowest Price $25K
Highest Price $159K
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 61
Avg. Price/SQFT $74

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From mid-April to mid-October, Antioch Hills Golf Club is open to the public seven days a week. The longest tees on this 18-hole golf course measure 5817 yards, with a slope rating of 116 and a USGA rating of 69.4. There are three sets of tees for different skill levels on the course.

While Antioch Hills lacks a little in length, it redeems itself with massive doglegs and strategically placed hazards. There is seldom a hole that you can just blast away at the ball and be in good standing. This course weaves through beautiful hardwoods and northern Michigan pines, with water following you most of the way.

The front is a little more open, while the back is tighter and many of the greens are guarded. New ownership has improved the condition of the course greatly. They have continued to make improvements throughout the summer, and I am very impressed.

The course plays a touch harder than the rating and slope would lead you to believe. The room for error is small and you're forced to play a lot of long irons from the tee boxes. The greens could be a little faster, but that doesn't take away from the experience. Bring your thinking cap and take some time to play this little gem!

Antioch Hills Golf Club Community Highlights

Hole #1, Par 4. A well-placed tee shot and a short iron to the green are required on this short opening hole. Keep an eye out for water on the right side of the green.

Hole #2, Par 5. When you reach the dogleg with your tee shot, you'll have a clear shot to the green. Keep your eyes peeled for the bunkers that surround the green. It's possible that a long shot will end up in the water.

Hole #3, Par 3. The approach to the green is protected by the upward grade and woods on the left. This hole's picturesque splendor is enhanced by the undulating green.

Hole #4, Par 4. You can cut the corner over the water if you're bold, otherwise, proceed to the landing zone. On the green, use a medium iron.

Hole #5, Par 5. On this par five, the tee shot is again uphill. Hit to the right of the sand trap, then keep an eye out for the waste bunker on the left side of the fairway on your second shot.

Hole #6, Par 4. Take it in your hands and pull it apart. This hole gives you the opportunity to let it all hang out. Off the tee, it's a straight shot to the green.

Hole #7, Par 3. This hole has a slanting par three. Shots to the left of the tee risk hitting the pines, while shots to the right will carry into the tree-lined fairway..

Hole #8, Par 4. This is your opportunity to nail the shot. Hit the ball just to the left of the large tree in the fairway. Off the tee, be careful not to drive through the fairway.

Hole #9, Par 4. This dogleg left gives you the option of hitting your tee shot to the right side of the fairway, giving you a clear shot to the green.

Hole #10, Par 5. Don't be fooled by the short par five. Stay in the fairway off the tee, and your second shot will set you up nicely for your approach to the green.

Hole #11, Par 3. The right side of the green is protected by a bunker or two, making this a tabletop green. To keep the green, come in high.

Hole #12, Par 4. A well-placed tee shot is required due to water on the right side of the fairway and out-of-bounds on the left. The fairway slopes right towards the pond. Be cautious, and stay on the straight and narrow.

Hole #13, Par 4. A pond protects the front of the green, which you may not notice from the tee. To make a smooth approach to the green, place your tee shot left and short of the pond..

Hole #14, Par 3. A difficult par three. Keep an eye out for the bunkers on the right and left. The greatest strategy is to hit short and roll up on the green.

Hole #15, Par 5. Over the wetlands to the rise, then a second shot to the right side of the fairway for your approach shot will give you a fantastic view of the green.

Hole #16, Par 4. Over the wetlands, to the rise, and then a second shot to the right side of the fairway for your approach shot will give you a fantastic view of the green.

Hole #17, Par 3. At this lovely par three, give it you're all. Your best bet might be a shot coming in across the wetlands. The wetland area is highlighted by green.

Hole #18, Par 4. At this gorgeous par three, give it you're all. Your best bet could be to take a shot over the wetlands. The marsh area is surrounded by vegetation.

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