Pierce Lake Golf Course – Washtenaw County Parks & Rec.

With its rolling terrain, scenic vistas, quality amenities and reasonable fees, Pierce Lake Golf Course provides an exceptional golfing experience.

 

This 230 acre, 18 hole course offers something for every golfer. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy playing the front nine, while the wooded areas, wetlands and tighter fairways of the back nine challenge more experienced golfers. Amenities include air conditioned snack bar with TVs, pro-shop, picnic pavilion for outings, tournaments and special events, nature trails, wetland boardwalk and observation decks around Pierce Lake.

The 18-hole championship layout was designed by Harry Bowers and is located between the Village of Chelsea and I-94, easily accessible from the entire southeastern Michigan region.

Pro Shop

The shop is stocked with an array of golf merchandise and refreshments. Restrooms and a drinking fountain are also available. A flat screen TV providing continuous radar weather updates will keep golfers informed about conditions.

Snack Bar

Located between holes #1 and #10, the snack bar features air-conditioning, outdoor seating area with convenient cart parking is available.  The facility serves a variety of snacks, sandwiches, soft drinks, and beer.

Course Amenities       

Bathrooms with flush toilets are located at holes #6 and #15.  Vending machines, in both areas, offer cold pop and water.

Course Stats

  • 5 tee boxes
  • 18 holes
  • par 72
  • 4,778-6,914 yds

Park & Trails

The 26-acre park is situated on the course’s northern boundary.  A boardwalk and paved trail wind along wetlands and the scenic lake. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch a glimpse of some of the resident creatures including sandhill cranes, red foxes, and painted turtles.  Visit any season, the course is great for XC skiing in the winter and park trails are open all year long!

Find Us

Pierce Lake Golf Course
1175 S. Main St.
Chelsea, MI 48118
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Tel:  (734) 475-5858

 

Pierce Lake Golf Course is owned and operated by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission. Learn more at www.ewashtenaw.org.