Pine Hills DGC

Laingsburg, Michigan     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +8 votes  + Steve HedstromNorth course › June 30, 2015
A
I am biased, as I designed this course, but I do really like Pine Hills Disc Golf Course. 18 holes of Disc Golf on the back 9 of Ball Golf. The use of land with rolling hills, mature trees, and basket placement makes for a fun and challenging round for all skill levels. Opening your arm up for distance crush shots and maintaining accuracy at the same time is the name of the game here. All green are OB making many approaches dangerous adds to the fun. Being able to Disc Golf in a Golf cart is ...
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-  +4 votes  + Chris BookerNorth course › May 3, 2015
B+
This Course is a lot of fun.. TONS of room to air out drives. Some ****ty attitude ball golfers. Carts are amazing. Really only complaint is the tee pads arnt labeled for the hole you are on. Cant wait to get back out there. Grab a MAP or youll never make it through the round..
-  +3 votes  + Jake GortonNorth course › August 2, 2015
A
THIS COURSE ROCKS. Amazingly groomed... as it should be playing on a ball golf course. Longer course yet plays to all skill levels. Beer cart. This place is going to be one of the top courses in the state soon enough. Pads are grass but ALL level. Talk of brick pavers for pads in 2016. Mapping is phenomenal. Great art on signs that show you where you need to gom great cards. Helpful people running it.

Cant wait to come back!
-  +2 votes  + Connor GortsemaNorth course › September 9, 2015
A+
The future of disc golf courses. So much fun to have carts, tee times, manicured land. Golfers (ball) were really interested in the disc golf aspect and were asking lots of good questions. definitely a great way to grow the sport
-  +2 votes  + Lauren St. ClairNorth course › June 24, 2015
A+
LOVED this Course!!! The layout is amazing and being able to drive a Golf Cart for your round is sooo much fun!!! Can't wait to go back!
-  +2 votes  + Gregory MeadeNorth course › June 30, 2015
A+
My favorite course in Michigan. Flip city is a close second. But golf carts are awsome. Steve Hedstrom did a great job on this.
-  +2 votes  + James RussoNorth course › June 30, 2015
A
This course is amazing. Most of the challenge lies in the elevation changes and some long fairways, but there are a few holes that require you to actually hit a certain line. There are a few water hazards, but not too many, and the golf greens play OB as well. All in all, it's a beautiful course, and a great experience. The course designer, as well as the Pine Hills staff are awesome people that love the game (disc/ball golf) and want their patrons to enjoy themselves while watching the sport grow. This is easily my favorite course in Michigan, even though it's not the most challenging.
-  +2 votes  + Ryan MartinNorth course › August 6, 2015
A-
Well designed disc golf course laid beside a ball golf course. Very nice to play on such a well maintained course. Staff was wonderfull and so were all the ball golfers we encountered throughout the day. Definitely one of my new favorites and will be come out as often as I can. I'm also excited for the other course they are planning on putting in, in the future.
-  +2 votes  + Adam SikkengaNorth course › September 10, 2015
A
this course was a lot of fun and using golf carts was awesome and i cant wait to play it again
-  +2 votes  + Kris VezinoNorth course › June 26, 2017
A+
-  +1 votes  + Josh RomineNorth course › October 1, 2015
B
This course is good and has been designed well considering the land that is available. That said I think it is limited by the nature of the terrain. Very little scrambling opportunity or the need to possess many different shots to succeed. I also disagree that carts are a plus. If anything, it slows down play as both players need to travel to every shot. Interested to see the next 18 here on the front 9.
-  +1 votes  + Mike SiudaNorth course › September 15, 2015
A
Nice layout. I noted earlier about tall grass around some of the pin placements, and it was nice to see that it had been trimmed down. I recommend this course to anyone looking to improve distance and shot placement skills. They recently added 'Next Tee' arrows by the pin placements, so it is very easy to follow. My only complaint would be there is no place to warm up. I usually stop at the soccer field down the street and stretch the arm. A practice 'putting' basket would also be a great addition as they do have a practice green for the golfers ;)
-  +1 votes  + Kevin ReddyNorth course › September 27, 2015
B
Overall a very pretty course. Some confusion between the ball golfers and disc golfers in some areas, though. Concrete tee pads will also be an improvement. I enjoyed playing here.
-  +1 votes  + Michael WagnerNorth course › June 26, 2015
A-
-  +1 votes  + philip balgerNorth course › October 8, 2015
A
I love this place...great layout, both challenging and fun. Once getting word of its existence I've played it 3 times in as many weeks. I day dream about it daily and cannot wait to return. I rate Pine Hills a solid A, with the only room for improvement being perminant tee pads, and accurate par and distance descriptions. I have noticed that some of the nicely hand crafted signs do not have matching info with the score cards. I realize this is year one and commend the staff for this great new di ...
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-  +1 votes  + Larry DalimonteNorth course › May 23, 2017
A+
I got to play a round in a tournament with the course designer. Great guy and it came through in the design! Plenty of elevation changes and big drives to satisfy even the biggest of cannon arms, but enough danger to keep you thinking about your next shot. The play and scenery is a stark contrast to the common city park disc golf course. The ability to use golf carts and play down well kept fairways is an experience that makes this course very unique to the area, and the sport in general. I'm lucky to be close by but its worth even a couple hours drive to play.
-  +1 votes  + Brandon SchmukerNorth course › September 9, 2015
A
This is definitely a destination course. An instant favorite! Pine Hills disc golf is exactly what you thought disc golf on a ball golf course would be... awesome. Mix in optional use of carts and friendly, curious ball golfers, and you have an experience for everyone. The staff at Pine Hills seems to really have embraced having disc golf on their course, and it really shows. Excellent tee signs and great baskets. The course is a lot of distance, with a couple shorter birdie opportunit ...
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-  +1 votes  + Callen LatzNorth course › April 20, 2016
A+
Pros: Long, challenging, and diverse holes - especially on the developing second course- which has more play through the MI outdoors feel, but still allows golf cart access. Wide open fairways with plenty of ways to punish an errant throw- water hazards (owner tries to retrieve/return discs from pond cleanings) plus lots of wooded and wetland space to avoid. I think disc loss potential contributes to spectator enjoyment, especially for tournaments. Flows really well with the ball golfers, just f ...
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-  +1 votes  + Steve LupuNorth course › October 20, 2015
A+
Once there's tee pads this will be a prime spot for people with big arms. And if you like beer delivered to you while you play.
-  +1 votes  + Kevin StaceyNorth course › May 18, 2016
A
Great course. Ties with Blue Gill in my book for #1. Cant wait until they have tee pads.
-  +1 votes  + Rodney LNorth course › October 12, 2015
A
Pine Hills is one of my favorite courses. Plenty of room to let the discs fly and even a few tunnel shots. It is a golf course but the baskets are in difficult yet playable locations. Very well manicured for a disc golf course and plenty of trash containers and benches. The course is long but you'll find the elevation exciting.
-  +1 votes  + Matt SowleNorth course › January 15, 2016
A+
A1 course. The Red course which is the original is very wide and open giving the players with cannons to really rip the disc. Great baskets tee pads are labeled now. I love the carts it helps for a very hot day. Or to breeze through a little more progressivley (if that is a word) Greg, the owner of Pine Hills, has been taking extra steps to ensure this course is the top in the state of mi. A lot of help from rinker and others to give input on how the disc golf course is laid out. Eventually t ...
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-  +1 votes  + Ian MattoonNorth course › July 25, 2015
A
-  +1 votes  + Mike SizzoNorth course › July 26, 2015
A+
Played here two sundays in a row now and plan on coming back one or more times this week again. Word of advice for the owners is to add some bright orange to the baskets for easier locating. Other than that it's great and the course is well kept. Only 20 minutes away from home and well worth it!
-  +1 votes  + Ben ZukatisNorth course › September 9, 2015
A+
Well laid out course on a very well maintained back 9 of a ball golf course. Carts are a great bonus. Can't wait until my next Michigan trip!
-  +1 votes  + Ryan ElyNorth course › April 12, 2017
A-
Awesome holes and plenty of great shots hyzer/ani, hard pars, and great feeling birdies, but both couses had a couple holes that were kind of uninspiring. Staff were a pleasure and service was top notch, golf carts, easy to follow signage, maps with course lauout/scorecard added to what was overall a great experience. If they mixed up the two courses, added concrete pads and turned it into a 24+ hole course it would rival the infamous toboggan course and other top tier courses.
-  +0 votes  + ERIC McconnellNorth course › April 4, 2016
A+
Great pro design with excellent use of the terrain. Lots of room to air out long drives off of the tees. You must also bring your touch game for your up shots. Lots of rolling hills, water and various out of bounds comes in to play on numerous holes and a finishing hole with the potential of a couple stroke swing due to three ponds and an island type green. Add any wind into the mix for additional challenge. They are in the discussion of adding a second 18 holes on the front 9 of the ball cour ...
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-  +0 votes  + Joe WingettNorth course › December 7, 2016
A
-  +0 votes  + Matt WarrenNorth course › March 31, 2018
A+
-  +0 votes  + Alex VillanuevaNorth course › April 16, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Rob ZukatisNorth course › July 21, 2016
A+
Amazing courses. If you haven't been here yet I suggest you check it out. Laingsburg is your next place for destination disc golf! Two courses, use of carts, beer and food, plus a very friendly staff makes pine hills a great place to play.
-  +0 votes  + Michael McGinnisNorth course › August 9, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Bart KowalewskiNorth course › June 4, 2017
A-
-  +0 votes  + Chad ReussNorth course › September 15, 2015
A+
This course sets the new standard for Disc Golf. The course layout and design co-exists with the ball golf perfectly. You will need to bring your entire game as the course will test every shot in your arsenal. If I lived closers I would buy the disc golf membership in a heartbeat. I have played hundreds of courses and this course tops them all. This is the one course you absolutely have to play to believe for yourself how beautiful this course is.
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Goofy MitchellNorth course › November 23, 2017
A-
-  +0 votes  + Greg BeaversNorth course › July 26, 2015
A+
Still need to get tee pads in but other than that a great course.
-  +0 votes  + Mitchell bauerNorth course › March 25, 2018
A+
-  +0 votes  + Steven SolinskiNorth course › September 11, 2017
B+
-  +0 votes  + Drake EvansNorth course › April 28, 2018
A-
-  +0 votes  + Drew ColbyNorth course › April 9, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Daniel shepherdNorth course › August 5, 2016
A
Great course. Absolutely love it and the fact you can take a cart if you want. Very open but challenging at the same time as you have to place your ****'s right or you could be in trouble. They did just add a much more difficult 18 holes for disc golf on the front nine of ball golf. He is naming the original 18 the north course and the new 18 which has all mvp baskets the south course. The south course really challenges you if you are a right handed forearm thrower. Overall great course.
-  +0 votes  + Kevin JenksNorth course › October 22, 2017
A
-  +0 votes  + Matt IngersollNorth course › January 21, 2017
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeffrey GrzywinskiNorth course › September 9, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Travis MorrillNorth course › May 8, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + sean odellNorth course › May 23, 2018
A+
-  +0 votes  + Jeff WayNorth course › August 15, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Trevor "Doppler" DixonSouth course › October 11, 2016
A
-  +0 votes  + Joe WingettSouth course › December 7, 2016
A
-  +0 votes  + Brent PeeblesSouth course › May 28, 2017
A
-  +0 votes  + Matt WarrenSouth course › March 31, 2018
A+
-  +0 votes  + Alex VillanuevaSouth course › April 16, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Rob ZukatisSouth course › April 26, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Jeff EnglandSouth course › September 6, 2016
A-
-  +0 votes  + Michael McGinnisSouth course › August 9, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Bart KowalewskiSouth course › November 7, 2016
A-
BIG Open Layout. Uses the Ball Golf course well. Its nice to see a course with some big open bomber holes. The holes are designed well using both natural and man made obstacles. It is a very fun layout. Given the course is still new, I understand there are only natural tee pads. I prefer to have some sort of tee pad when trying to throw a max distance shot.That is the only reason I am rating an A-. I am sure they are on their way! Great Job with the course. I will update my rating and review as this course grows and improves!
-  +0 votes  + Aaron Goofy MitchellSouth course › November 23, 2017
A-
-  +0 votes  + Callen LatzSouth course › July 10, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Matt SowleSouth course › August 20, 2016
A+
Great addition to the existing golf course it's a lot longer and technical which gives even the pros a challenge I love the elevation change and the brand new MVP Black Hole baskets they look sharp! Get out here and play!!
-  +0 votes  + Steve LupuSouth course › April 10, 2018
A+
Hard course but a lot of fun
-  +0 votes  + Kris VezinoSouth course › June 26, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Kevin StaceySouth course › March 30, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Andrew PastoorSouth course › March 24, 2017
A-
-  +0 votes  + Phil TaylorSouth course › April 17, 2017
A
Love it. Big challenge. Best game I have ever played. Longest drives I have ever thrown. Love Pine hills..
-  +0 votes  + Jeffrey MacCowanSouth course › April 26, 2017
A+
Very nice layout and very well kept!
-  +0 votes  + Mitchell bauerSouth course › March 25, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Drew ColbySouth course › April 9, 2017
A+
-  +0 votes  + Ryan ElySouth course › April 12, 2017
B+
-  +0 votes  + Kevin JenksSouth course › April 27, 2017
A
-  +0 votes  + Jeffrey GrzywinskiSouth course › September 9, 2018
A
-  +0 votes  + Jerry StillwagonSouth course › April 19, 2017
A-
Very nice course. A lot of wide open shots and long drives (900ft whaaaaa?). Had a lot of fun, interaction with the ball golfers was pleasant, just make sure to pay attention to their shots, getting golf ball to the head makes for a bad day. There was only one hole that bothered me, number 8 with a long tree tunnel shot, but that's probably due to my skill. Gets an A- bc of the natural tee pads. Overall a beautiful course and a good time.
-  +0 votes  + Drake EvansSouth course › July 9, 2018
A
Pros: Challenging distance and open fairways that require a great variety of shots... something open courses sometimes have trouble doing. Elevation changes were great, nothing crazy, but enough change to require you to put thought into every placement. Trees came into play on a lot of holes to force a line, and there were some more dense areas... most of this course is open golf however. It requires power, distance, and accuracy for a good score. Golf greens are OB and are in great places ...
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-  +0 votes  + Chris MulkaSouth course › September 12, 2016
A-
This was a really fun and challenging course. We opted to rent the golf carts and play from the tips. Definitely a course for the long arms (one hole is 900'!), but also requires technical precision. Looks like this course is somewhat a work in progress as the tees are natural and were just recently staked. The integration with the ball golf course is interesting, but sometimes awkward as ball golfers have the right of way. Nevertheless, the course offered a variety of shots, a few creek cros ...
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-  +0 votes  + Jeff LovelessSouth course › June 27, 2018
A-
-  +0 votes  + Brandon TerrillSouth course › December 10, 2018
A+
Beautiful course. No one was there but we went during hours (off season) and the note on the clubhouse said to go ahead and play if no one is there. Plenty of room to air out drives for max distance with most holes having a technical element to them. If you're not a high level player expect to see some big numbers on your score card! Looking forward to checking this place out in the summer, would definitely get a cart, this course kicked by butt.
-  +0 votes  + Hunter EmerySouth course › January 3, 2019
A-
Needs better tee pads. But there was also quite a bit of snow.
-  +0 votes  + Kelly MullerSouth course › July 11, 2018
A-
Some great holes and big pumps on both courses. Nasty rough if you miss a couple of shots on the south course. Like forget even looking for it kind of bush, it's gone. Also #10 on the north course, please cut the thorn bushes that surround the basket. They are nasty and can hurt someone pretty badly if they're not careful. The proximity to the ball golfers is a bit of an annoyance but people seem okay and aware of what's going on. There are some tees that need to be revisited I think, Lots of ...
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-  -1 votes  + Paul DISC-OR-DIE HolsteinNorth course › September 25, 2016
A-
Played the Death By Disc Invitational (doubles) this weekend at Pine Hills. Generally, I don't excel at long arm courses... and disc golf courses on ball golf courses are always long. Pine Hills wasn't that bad, they went out of their way to make quite a few birdies possible (best score in the tournament was -8, playing par threes). We also got to use golf carts which was great. Well marked with nice tee signs, but it looked like they couldn't put in cement pads due to ball golf issues ( ...
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-  -1 votes  + J 96North course › May 16, 2016
A+