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Golfers With Disabilities
We welcome golfers with disabilities. The course will make reasonable accommodations to ensure that golfers with disabilities are able to enjoy the course. Please contact the General Manager or Head Golf Professional at the course for more information.
Golf is golf. You hit the ball, you go find it. Then you hit it again. Lon Hinkle
Currie Golf Courses offer 36 holes of fun!  Our West and East Courses are available for walking or riding.  Also available our Par 3 Course and Driving Range. 
Walking Monday - Friday Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
9 Holes $13 $15
18 Holes $20 $25
Senior 9 Holes $10 (Before 3pm) -
Senior 18 Holes $17 (Before 3pm) -
Junior 9 Holes $8 $8
Junior 18 Holes $12 $12
Twilight 18 Holes $10 (After 6:30pm) -
Riding Monday - Friday Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
9 Holes $22 $24
18 Holes $34 (Before 2pm) $41
18 Holes - $33 (After 2pm)
Senior 9 Holes $19 (Before 3pm) -
Senior 18 Holes $31 (Before 3pm) -
Junior 9 Holes $17 $17
Junior 18 Holes $28 $28
Walking Monday - Friday Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
9 Holes $8 $7
18 Holes $12 $11
Junior 9 Holes $6 $6
Junior 18 Holes $9 $9
Senior 9 Holes $6 -
Senior 18 Holes $10
Twilight 9 Holes $8 (After 6:30pm) $8 (After 6:30pm)
Riding Monday - Friday Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
9 Holes $17 $16
18 Holes $26 $27
Senior 9 Holes $15 (Before 3pm) --
Senior 18 Holes $24 (Before 3pm) --
Junior 9 Holes $15 $15
Junior 18 Holes $25 $25
Par 3 Walking Monday - Sunday
9 Holes $6
Senior 9 Holes $5
Junior 9 Holes $3
Driving Range Monday - Sunday
Medium Basket $6
Large Basket $8
All rates are subject to change without notice.  No rain checks will be issued for twilight green fees. Seniors are 60 years and older; Juniors 18 and under. 
Click here to learn more about our Driving Range and Practice Facility. 
Currie is an exceptional value that provides golfers with the option of playing a traditional layout or a more modern championship course.
The Courses

About Currie West

Currie West Course

Currie West is the newest 18 hole layout at the Currie Municipal Golf Complex. It is a modern design that rivals many of Michigan’s top resort courses. It began as a 9 hole layout that was expanded to 18 holes in 2002. Designed by Michigan golf course architect, Jerry Mathews of Natural Golf Design, the course features a complete redesign of the original 9-hole layout and a new front nine carved out of the naturally wooded landscape between M-20 and the Tittabawassee River in the city of Midland. With its five tee boxes, Currie West can accommodate the skills of the casual golfer as well as provide a challenge from the back tees for the low handicapper. After a round, one can enjoy the spectacular view of the 9th hole on the deck of the beautiful West Clubhouse.

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About Currie East

Currie East Course

Currie East is the original 18-hole layout designed and constructed by Mr. Gilbert Currie, the man for whom Currie Municipal Golf Course is named. Mr. Currie’s vision was to provide a reasonably priced, beautifully designed course for all citizens to enjoy. It is a traditional course that underwent a redesign on holes 1, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, and 18 in the mid-1990s by Michigan golf architect Jerry Matthews of Natural Course Design. The layout and conditions of Currie East are generally representative of comparable courses in the region with three tee boxes and an average course and slope rating, which can accommodate all skill levels...

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About Currie Par 3

Currie Par 3

This unique facility provides a great experience for young and old alike who are taking up the game of golf for the first time, or an opportunity to improve the short game for the experienced golfer. With its convenient location, the Currie Par 3 Course – combined with the driving range, practice bunker, and practice putting green – offers the golfer a true complete practice facility as well as a great opportunity for family fun.

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Under New Management: Billy Casper Golf

Billy Casper Golf acquires Currie Golf Course in 2014. See the changes that are being made and how the community is responding. 

The Clubhouse
The clubhouse at Currie Golf Courses is the perfect place to come before and after your round. 

The fully stocked Golf Shop offers the latest in branded golf apparel, as well equipment from top-brands. Our friendly staff is ready to help you pick the right gift for your own game or another golfer in your life. 

Gil's Grill is the ideal place to catch a game or tournament on one of the two flat screen TVs.  It's also a great destination for a business lunch with a menu that features a wide selection of sandwiches, salads, and appetizers. The full-service bar serves import and domestic beers, cocktails, soft drinks, and specialty beverages. Take advantage of the deck overlooking the scenic 9th hole after your round. 
Golf Shop

If you need something last-minute for your round, our staff can help you with gloves, balls and rental clubs to make your experience at Colony West an enjoyable one.

Gil's Grill

Gil’s Grill is named after Gilbert Currie who designed and donated Currie East Golf Course to the City of Midland in 1954. Gil’s Grill is located in the Currie West Clubhouse overlooking the scenic ninth hole on the Currie West Golf Course.

Try to think where you want to put the ball not where you don't want it to go. Billy Casper
Driving Range and Practice Facility
The Currie Driving Range is located on Currie Parkway adjacent to the Par 3 course between Currie Parkway and M-20. The range is open from 7:30am to dusk and includes a grass tee area and a practice bunker.  It’s location adjacent to the Par 3 course and its practice green make it an ideal practice facility for all aspects of golf from the full swing to the short game.

Please note the Par 3 & Driving Range are not staffed so please register in the West Golf Shop to use them. There is a ball dispenser at the driving range that accepts tokens (West Golf Shop) or takes exact cash. Medium buckets are $6 and large buckets are $8. 

Events Calendar

World's Largest Golf Outing 2014

Total Raised: $5,971

Congratulations to Team Pensioned Putters (Andy Pasztor, Lee Pasztor, Cathy Wedelstaedt, Larry Berg) for being the Highest Fundraising Team!

Congratulations to Team Rockin Roberts (Charles Roberts, TJ Roberts, Ed Lincoln, Jeremy Lincoln) for being the Lowest Scoring Team!

Hope to see you all next year!

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What Is It?
FootGolf is a very ‘addictive’ sport that combines the best of the popular sport of soccer with an elite sport like golf.  Similar to golf, the players’ intent is to kick a ball into the hole with the least amount of strokes possible.
FootGolf uses the basic model of golf, with a tee box, a green, bunker, hazards and 18 holes of play.  There is par for each hole, mimicking golf’s scorecard, and you still play as a twosome, threesome or foursome.

The main differences are the cups, which are 21 inches in diameter, shorter holes (most people cannot kick a soccer ball further than 50 yards) and the lack of equipment needed (no need to carry around heavy golf clubs in FootGolf!).

Rules for Footgolf
  • All players must wear proper attire. Golf cleats are not permitted.
  • Players are allowed to bring their own soccer ball, but we will have soccer balls to rent.
  • Just like golf, please keep up with the group in front of you.  If your group falls too far behind, you will be asked to skip a hole to catch up.
  • Please be respectful of other footgolfers and golfers on the course.

How to play Footgolf 
  • When kicking off at the beginning of each hole, players must start behind the markers, but no farther back than 2 yards.
  • The ball must be played in a single movement.  Your foot should be separate from the ball, clearly behind, before kicking.
  • The player farthest from the hole, kicks first.
  • You must wait until the ball stops before you may kick it again, even if it is being blown by the wind.
  • Play the ball where it lies, even if it lies behind a tree or in a sand trap.
  • If your kick ends up in the water, the player must take a 1 point penalty. The player’s ball should be placed within two steps of where the ball landed in the water.
  • Only on the green is it permitted to lift and clean your soccer ball.
Check out these links to find out more about the sport:

The American FootGolf League  |  What is FootGolf?  | Watch Rory McIlroy Take on Wayne Rooney