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Greystone Golf Club

Greystone Golf Club

67500 Mound Rd Washington, MI 48095-1108 Phone:   (586) 752-7030 x 2 Toll Free:   (888) 418-3386 URL:   Course Website

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Founded in 1992, Greystone Golf Club is Macomb County's first upscale 18-hole, championship golf course. Built on an old gravel quarry, Greystone boasts spectacular views, rolling hills, top notch conditions and the Quarry Holes, and is home to "The Best Finish In Michigan Golf."

Greystone offers premium amenities: PGA Professional Staff, Top Line Pro-Shop and the spectacular Top of the Hill Grill will guarantee you and your guests the ultimate golf experience.

Course Information for Greystone Golf Club

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
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Greystone Golf Club Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by W. Bruce Matthews, ASGCA/Jerry Matthews, ASGCA
72 par, 6,914 yards
73.6 rating, 132 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $65.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: David Graulau, General Manager/Director of Golf
Golf Professional: Shawn Wood

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Washington, MI

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This course is why Romeo went out of business. I can't believe i have never been to this course before. It can be a bit pricey but it's totally worth it. Every hole was very well kept for being late in the year. Putts rolled very fast and smooth and most of the holes were long enough to be challenging if you didn't hit a solid drive. I always wondered why romeo golf course went out of business and now i know why. This course is above and beyond any course nearby as far as layout. The last three holes are very scenic and require your best shots of the day in order to stay out of trouble. Will be back next year! October 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great challenge, great conditions This is an excellent course, challenging and well cared for. Highly recommend. October 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great course Greystone is always a great course to play. Every time I have family or friends in from out of town I take them out to Greystone to experience holes 16-18. Overall it's a fun, challenging course that is generally maintained well. My only complaint would be other golfers not fixing ball marks, leaving the greens scattered with them. That being said, management maintains the course very well and it's always a good round. October 5, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pace was awful The pace was awful. We were waiting almost 10-15 minutes on every hole. I ordered food but I got something different. Because of this we couldn't complete the course September 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice course. In great shape Very nice course. Fairways and greens in great shape. Had a blast. August 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good course. Slow play Course conditions were excellent. Always a fun course. But once again we were put behind an outing and play came to a grinding halt on #11 with five groups on the hole. Staff was polite in explaining their dilemma, but we could not afford a 6 hour round. We ended up replaying the front 9. This is the third time in a row we have experienced slow play here in as many visits. Would really have to think about about playing here again. It's a shame because it is a great coursekko August 3, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Course - Management needs some help... T'd off @ 1:40 behind an outing which was running about 20 minutes behind. Due to this, the first 9 holes took 4 hours to complete as we were waiting for the group in front of us at every hole. As we were approaching the ninth green, management came out to us and apologized for the slow play and assured us pace of play would be increased on the next nine. They then proceeded to inform us that they needed to complete a long putting challenge for the outing. They would be bringing down contestants on the green before we had finished the hole. Considering the length of time that we waited for their outing, they could have waited 5 extra minutes for us to finish without surrounding the green during our game. The next nine wasn't much better. There were no rangers to be found during our round and even though the outing was over with and it was clear sailing, the pace of play was even slower. The groups in front of us slowed the pace so much that we ended up having to skip two holes to finish 18 in 6 hours. It would have been a 7 hour round if we had played all 18...If a ranger had been out, they could have done something about it. It is a well maintained and challenging course but the way the course is managed definitely takes away from the experience. If I was looking to play in the local area, I would choose "The Orchards" over Greystone. July 31, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Don't want to pile on...but Greystone has always been one of my favorite destinations, but I can see why the condition of the greens are turning some people off. If I'm going to pay $55 for 18 holes during the week, the golf course (including the greens) should be perfect. The greens here simply aren't good enough right now. Bare spots, bumpy spots, sandy.....I agree with previous reviewers, we should be getting a break on the prices. This is a $40 to $45 dollar course right now. Because of the greens, places like Boulder Pointe, Pine Knob and Blackheath are much better values. July 9, 2015
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