Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists
100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES
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“The Club at Lac La Belle has undergone a major renovation. Golfers will experience newly designed holes and different sets of tees to choose the appropriate yardage and challenge for their game. The fairway landing areas are wide, greenside bunkers are deep and the greens are absolutely huge. Besides being large greens players will run into humps, bumps and slopes on them that are rarely found on a modern golf course. The overall condition of the course was very good and that should only improve over time as the course grows in more. If you play here be sure to check out their displays in the Rivalry Pub. If the General Manager is available he can share with you some amazing history as Willie Anderson (US Open Champion 1903, 1904 and 1905) and Alex Smith (US Open Champion 1906 and 1910) both worked here as club pros. The course is fun to play and I would have rated it higher if the green fees were less expensive."