CLEARBROOK GOLF CLUB

Public and Member Play

Only 35 miles from downtown Grand Rapids and 10 minutes from Holland, Clearbrook has been a qualifying site for the Michigan Open and has hosted some of the areas finest players and tournaments – such as the West Michigan PGA Championship. And it is regularly chosen as the site of many fine charity events.

The course

This mature par-72 course has expanded to 6556 yards (plenty long for all but the very strongest and most accomplished players!) and a 131 slope. A fine assortment of intriguing holes test every club in your bag. You drive down tight pine and hardwood lined fairways that end at smaller, well-bunkered target greens that putt beautifully. All sorts of water, especially the meandering “clear brook” challenge you. And, its hillsides and hazards make choosing the right stick a huge factor in your score. The par five 5th hole, reachable in two (at 491 yards), is rated in “West Michigan’s Top 18” by Grand Rapids Magazine, and crosses two (2) creeks before the large, two tiered green. It’s a classic risk-reward hole that makes you think twice before going for it!

You’ll also enjoy amenities including driving range, 2 putting greens, a chipping green, a practice bunker, beautifully updated restroom facilities, and a renowned restaurant and bar.

Hours for The Grill Room

SUMMER:  Tues – Sunday Nights 5-9 pm (Closed Monday nights)

FALL / WINTER / SPRING:  Tues – Saturday Nights 5-9 (Closed Sun/Mon nights)

During Winter Storm Periods call ahead (269.857.2000 Ext. 4) to be sure we answer … our country roads can sometimes be unpassable.

Golf Lessons

Golf instruction is available from Golf Director, Eric Campbell, a Certified Instructor & Club Fitter, or Head Pro, PGA Professional Jeff Knowlton. If you want a better game, Clearbrook can get you one! The in-house staff will literally guarantee your day is a rewarding and memorable experience. Call (269) 857-2000 for tee times.

Dress code

As a long-term (a/k/a: old) golf property … yes, we do have a DRESS CODE. It requires collars and sleeves on shirts for gentlemen playing golf, and sleeved shirts for gentlemen in food and beverage areas. Jeans and shorts are fine, but not gym shorts. Ladies may wear sleeveless.