We appreciate the support from our community during the flooding. We are happy to announce that the golf courses are open for play!
Are the courses and range open?
On Friday, June 19th the East course, 9 holes of the West course and the driving range mats and grass tees are all open! Together the 9 holes of the West and 9 holes of the East will be combined into an 18 hole round. Currently, we are not booking 9 hole rounds on the East. The remainder of the West course remains closed and we are working as hard as possible to get it reopened soon.
Are you walking or riding?
We are allowing walking and two people per cart. Single rider carts and rental pull carts are available upon request. Each golf cart and pull cart will be sanitized before and after use.
How can I book a tee time?
How do I get a refund if I need?
If for any reason you cannot make your tee time, and you booked it through our website, please log in to the ONLINE BOOKING ENGINE to cancel and receive a refund. If you booked directly on GolfNow you will need to cancel on their website. If those options are not possible, or you run into an issue, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, date and time of your reservation.
How do I purchase range balls? The driving range machine was damaged in the flooding, and we have a replacement on order. For the meantime you will need to purchase your range balls from the West clubhouse. During peak times golf carts will be available to drive between the range and the clubhouse. Please leave empty baskets at the stall for staff to collect and disinfect. Due to the hot/dry weather, the range will be closed everyday from 12:30-1:30 for watering. We will also be moving to mats only after 1:30 during this hot stretch.
Are the clubhouses open?
The West clubhouse is open, and the East clubhouse and range ball machine are closed. There has been damage to the drywall in the West clubhouse so all restrooms are closed - there is a port-a-potty outside the clubhouse. The West clubhouse is limited to 5 people inside at time for purchases from the Golf Shop.
What should I know when I go play?
Please arrive only 15-20 minutes early to avoid creating any large groups. If you have pre-paid you may go directly to the starter and check in. If you need to visit the Golf Shop please maintain 6 feet of distance and only 5 people are allowed inside at a time. Currently, we are limited to canned and bottled drinks and beer, and pre-packaged snacks.
The course has been set up to limit touch points by removing; bunker rakes, sand bottles, water coolers, ball washers, etc. Scorecards are available upon request (once our flooded replacements arrive). The cups have been set up to stop the balls from going entirely into the hole for touchless retrieval, and all bunkers are to be played as ground under repair.
Please check your temperature before leaving your house and stay home if you are sick. Social Distancing is practiced in all areas of our facility and should be practiced on the golf course as well. Do not share clubs and golf equipment with your playing partners or congregate with them in the parking lot before or after your round.
Are you still hosting Junior Camps?
Yes! We are still hosting our summer junior camps and programs. To find out more please visit our Junior Camp page.
What about leagues?
We are reaching out to all our league coordinators to communicate changes to each league. If you have questions, please reach out to your coordinator as we will continue to keep them informed.
We know that the golf course can be a special bonding place for parents and their children. Many of us have fond memories of learning this great game under the guidance of our parents, and we want to help keep the tradition going!
Kids play free on weekends on the par 3:
• Under 15, no paying adult needed
• JR program members play with paying adult anytime
You just pay the prevailing rate for the golf course and your son or daughter can play with you for free. You can add additional children at the junior rates, and if you need to borrow a set of clubs to introduce them to the game - just let us know! It would be our pleasure to give your son or daughter a free set of junior rental clubs to help them get introduced to the game.
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.
Click here to view the scorecard.
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. The front nine has been closed to accommodate the new (2015) Driving Range. 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...
Click here to view the scorecard.
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.
Currie is now accepting league play for the upcoming golf season! A limited number of openings are available for league play Monday through Friday evenings. Leagues wishing to play will alternate between all three 9 hole courses - the front and back of the West course and the 9 hole East course on a weekly basis. If you would like to join as a single player just fill out the form and we will try to match you with our existing leagues!
Currie League Rates
East 9 holes walking – $13 per player per week
East 9 holes riding - $22 per player per week
West 9 holes walking – $19 per player per week
West 9 holes riding - $28 per player per week
Save $2 on the riding rates with a Birdie Pass!
In the late summer of 2014, ground was broken to begin the
construction of the new practice facility at Currie. The new facility has
been constructed on the #1 and #9 fairways of the recently closed East Course to provide a centralized location, allow for the East Clubhouse to be renovated and used as the practice facility clubhouse and flank an existing putting green to complete the needs of a full practice facility.
The Driving Range Stats:
Hours of Operation and Range Ball Purchasing
During your visit to the Practice facility, don’t forget to ask about our Range and Play Passes. The pass allows you to hit unlimited range balls all year and play twilight rounds starting at $6.00! We also offer adult and junior golf instruction to meet any specific need or budget. No matter if you are brand new to the game or looking to take your game to an advanced level, we can accommodate your specific instructional need.
We hope you enjoy each visit to the Practice Facility a leave with memorable experiences. We welcome all feedback about the Practice Facility as it will help us to continually improve into the future. If you would like to share your feedback you may do that here.
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
How to play Footgolf