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From Jim Neff of Michigan Golfer magazine, about Eagle Glen:
You can see the flagstick, but getting there won’t be easy.
Natural wetlands and bunkers border the bent-grass fairway. Sand surrounds a gigantic, undulating green.
This is Eagle Glen.
In the tradition of Scotland’s finest courses, Jerry Matthews and Ray Hearns of Matthews & Associates transformed picturesque, rolling terrain into central Michigan’s premier public golf course.
For challenging golf in a majestic setting, play Eagle Glen.
Dear Dean Paesens,
I just wanted to take a minute and let you know how much I enjoyed playing Eagle Glen. The course was really in great shape, particularly the fairways and greens. I’m sure growing and maintaining bent grass in Michigan is far more challenging than down here in Mexico! You guys really have figured out!!
Thank you so much for your hospitality and I look forward to seeing you again soon.
Isla Navidad Resort
#1 Golf Course in México
I have played Eagle Glen several times and your course is awesome. Very well conditioned with a good mix of fair and tough holes.
Number 18 is a really great finishing hole. Last time we played, I hit driver – three wood – wedge- made the putt for par…and was thrilled.
I hope to get up there this year and take another crack at it.
Manager, Sales Development and Brand Communications
“This is one of mid-Michigan’s BEST maintained courses, with excellent greens and a moderate challenging layout. If you’re looking for a quality round of golf, and want to enjoy the scenery and the course itself, this is one of a handful in the area I would recommend.”
“Enjoyed this course. I may be a bit biased as I had my first hole-in-one here! Requires accuracy as the rough can be challenging. Greens were in great shape. Would recommend playing.”
“Great course! Perfect conditions, quick greens and were super smooth. A good layout of links holes and some trees and water. Want to play it again!!”
“This course was named for the Eagle, but it was born under the sign of the snake. What this course lacks in elevation change it makes up for in sheer audacity. It is long (made longer with a twist at every turn), but fair. It’s judicious nature balances on a pin’s head between the challenge of a championship course and a need to attract weekenders, out-of-towners, and members. By that, I mean that it could have been turned into a carnival attraction very easily in an attempt to exaggerate.
It may not have the vistas of the middle hills of Gaylord or the rocky rills of Marquette, nor the swamps and moss of the Canadian Lakes, but it is one of the few courses where I can remember every single hole in succession, though I’ve only played there several times. I can’t say that about some of my favorite courses I’ve played many times over. It is immaculately manicured, and the staff are very friendly, even when you park too close to the tee box (wink, wink). If you haven’t played the back side, it is one of the best stretches of golf in lower Michigan. I can’t wait to play it tomorrow. I’m going low!”