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There are 36 Golf Courses in WayneCounty, Michigan, serving a population of 1,763,822 people in an area of 612 square miles. WayneCountyGolf Courses contain both the grounds on which golf is played and any ancillary or supporting facilities and amenities in WayneCounty, MI.
Some Golf Courses in WayneCounty may also provide amenities such as a fitness center, swimming pools, or tennis courts. The first hole is a short par 4 with water on the left and trees on the right.
A small creek runs the entire length of the hole crossing the fairway 310 yards from the back tee. A second fairway bunker (not shown on map) comes into play on the left for the second shot.
A par 4 with trees on both sides of the fairway to catch errant tee shots. The signature hole of Wayne Hills features an elevated tee shot that requires accuracy.
The green has water on the left and bunkers on the right and, depending upon pin placement, can provide some treacherous putts. The two bunkers on the right and left of the fairway demand an accurate tee shot.
The green slopes severely from back to front demanding an accurate shot to avoid a three putt. Trees line the right side of the hole from tee to green.
This dog-leg right par 5 is tree lined on both sides of the fairway from tee to green. A straight away par 4 with dense woods all along the left side and tree lined on the right.
Rated the easiest hole on the course, this par 3 features an elevated tee shot to a green with water on the right and bunkers on the left. This par 4 has an elevated tee that drops to a fairway with out-of-bounds running the entire length of the hole on the left side.
A creek crosses the fairway approximately 100 yards from the green. Trees line both sides of the fairway to catch off-target tee shots.
We’re sorry for these COVID-19 changes, but we hope you’ll plan ahead and enjoy a fun round of golf under the stars. The fun kicks off at 8:30pm and lasts long after the sun sets.
We keep the front of the course partially lit to get your eyes accustomed to the darkness. We leave most lights off on the back nine holes for a true adventure.
You’ll be using super-bright LED golf balls on each hole. You’ll need at least one super-bright LED golf ball in order to play.
There is no discount for kids or seniors during night golf on the par 3. If you don’t have a Night Golf ball, you’ll need to buy one in order to play.
David Owen, Golf Digest love how clearly you can see the trajectory of the shots... Liquid love night golf ...your vision gets accustomed to the darkness, and you see these glowing lighted balls flying around all over the course from other groups... I feel like I am playing on the moon or something.
Enjoy passive activities such as walking, running, picnicking, bird-watching, legal fishing, biking, drop-in sports such as flag football, soccer, and the like. No organized events are allowed in the open space.
Please stay on the paths in the designated Salmon Habitat area (see map). Closed to the public: The clubhouse and house/storage areas east of Anita Way are currently closed for safety reasons. Please follow any additional signage posted in the open space area.
We recently held a public information session to learn more. In May, the Community Church of Seattle helped us tackle some overgrown brush and invasive plants along the edge near the Burke Gilman Trail.
A perfect summer day blessed golfers at the 4th Annual Young Leader Golf Scramble held Saturday, July 21 at the WayneCountyGolf Course in Fairfield, IL. Congratulations go out to the team of Darrell Ar view, Joe Mitchell, Steve Dawkins, and Kent Name for placing first with a score of 57.
The team won four Cardinals tickets donated by Roar Trucking of CARMI. Nobody hit the Hole-in-One on #17 to win a John Deere Gator UV 825i, sponsored by McLean Implement.
“We would like to thank all the golfers and sponsors that made this event possible,” said Doug Anderson, Manager of the WayneCounty Farm Bureau. The team of Darrell Ar view, Joe Mitchell, Steve Dawkins, and Kent Name (not pictured) took top honors with a score of 57 at the 4th Annual Young Leader Golf Scramble held Saturday, July 21 at the WayneCountyGolf Course in Fairfield.
Ed Bailey of Albion (right) lines up his putt during the 4th Annual Young Leader Golf Scramble held Saturday, July 21. Ed’s teammates are Rick Book, Clifford, Reader, and Bob O’Daniel.