FLY TO EAGLE EYE: Lansing area Golfers Can Get Clubs Out

FLY TO EAGLE EYE: Lansing area Golfers Can Get Clubs Out

By Gary Johnson

The Hawk Hollow Golf Properties in Bath opened three of their courses for the golf season on Monday, March 26 – Hawk Hollow, Woodside and Eagle Eye.

“We will do our aggressive spring pricing as usual to kick the season into gear,” Terry Kildea, the director of marketing, said.

Hawk Hollow can be played this spring for $35 for 18 holes with a cart, and $20 for nine holes with a cart. Eagle Eye is $49 for 18 with a cart, and $25 for nine with a cart. Woodside, the unique 12-hole course, is open for walkers at $12 for 12 holes.

Tee times on the three courses will start at 10 a.m., and The Falcon course remains closed until further notice.

Eagle Eye is the course designed by Pete Dye protégé Chris Lutzke, and it includes a replica of the great No. 17 Dye hole at TPC Sawgrass. Golfers can experience the unique challenge without traveling to Florida.

Eagle Eye has been ranked as the No. 5 public course in Michigan and No. 53 in America by Golf Digest Magazine. In 2017 TripAdvisor named Eagle Eye the fifth-best non-private facility in the country for stay-and-play golf getaways.

Hawk Hollow is an award-winning Jerry Matthews design. It’s a parkland style and more typical of Michigan courses than the flowing, expansive links-looking Eagle Eye.

Hawk Hollow and Eagle Eye have hosted multiple championships and USGA qualifiers, including five years of the Michigan PGA Professional Championship, the 2016 Michigan Amateur Championship and the 2017 Michigan Junior Amateur Championship.

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