Located in Canton, Michigan, Fellows Creek Golf Club gives golfers the opportunity to experience Michigan Golf at its finest. With three unique nine-hole layouts, Fellows Creek offers 27-holes designed to meet the needs of golfers at any skill level. Co-designed by one of Michigan’s most renowned golfing architects, W. Bruce Matthews, and his son, Jerry Matthews, golfers can combine two different nine-hole settings to create a unique 18-hole round.
Fellows Creek 27-hole layout includes the South Course, the East Course and the West Course. Each nine, unique in its own way, measures at over 3,200 from the back tees. Alongside the expansive course you will find the Fellows Creek Clubhouse, which can accommodate up to 300 guests for your private or corporate event. From weddings, to parties or meetings, Fellows Creek can accommodate your group and offer a unique package for you.
On the West Nine the 2nd hole, one of the favorites, is a short, reachable par-4, playing at 298 yards from the back and 223 from the front. You can drive this hole, but you're hitting through a fairway lined with trees. The other obstacle is crossing a creek that's about 60 yards short of the green. There are also two bunkers on the left just before the green. If you get in the first one, you'll have to carry the second in order to reach the green.
There's a lot of roll on this green. No. 6 is a par-5 (511 from the back tees and 415 from the front). There are dense trees here on both sides, so hit a very straight shot off the tea. There is mounding on the right side as well as two bunkers. On the green, you'll find mounding and bunkering as well. If you go over the green, you'll end up in high grass and trees. Even so, you can reach the green in two if you play this hole well. But most golfers need three shots and hit a fairway wood off the tee to avoid trouble.
No. 7 is an interesting par-3 that's one of the newest holes at our club. It was recently rebuilt as part of some recent changes. It measures 198 yards from the back and 120 from the front. You'll be hitting off the tee to a two-tiered small green with bunkers on both sides. Although there is a landing area in the front, high heather does protect the front of the green as well. The key to making par here is where the pin is placed.