Huron Breeze Golf Club Scorecard and Hole By Hole Layout Tour

Huron Breeze Golf Club is an 18-hole open to the public golf facility. Opening in 1990 and designed by architect, William Newcomb & Associates, Huron Breeze received a 4 star rating as well as The Best Value Award from Golf Digest and rated as a Top 10 Ladies Choice by Michigan Golfer Magazine.

 
 
 
A good starting hole! A short par 4 that places a premium on shot placement, play safe and leave yourself a 100-yard shot into the green.

Green: Depth-34
This hole from the tee looks harmless. To give you the best chance at par, being in the fairway is important. Caution to short shots to the green, present are 2 grassy mounds in the middle of the fairway inside 100-yard marker. Bunkers guard this green front right and left.

Green: Depth-34
A good par 3 to test your mid-iron game. A large waste bunker running the full length of the green on the left awaits your errant tee shot. With a deep green, check your club selection with pin placement.

Green: Depth-30
 
This hole from the tee looks harmless. To give you the best chance at par, being in the fairway is important. Caution to short shots to the green, present are 2 grassy mounds in the middle of the fairway inside 100-yard marker. Bunkers guard this green front right and left.

Green: Depth-34
A great golf hole and a scenic favorite! A tee shot to the left side of the fairway is ideal, as two tall pine trees guard the front right side. A sand bunker guards the left side. Par is a good score.

Green: Depth-34
Club selection and pin location are very important on this short par 3. Two bunkers left and one back right guard this green dual level green. The green slopes back to front with a steep ridge in the middle of the green. Club selection is imperative to place tee shot on the correct level of the green.

Green: Depth-37
This par 5 is a long dogleg left. The large pond frames the whole right side of fairway from the landing area to approximately 75-yards to the green. The wind direction will determine if you attempt to carry a ditch that crosses the fairway approximately 120 yards from the green. The safe shot is to lay-up and hit a mid-iron into the green on your third shot.

Green: Depth-28
 
The Lake Huron breezes can make this the most difficult hole on the course. A solid carry over the pond in front of the tee box is intimidating. The narrow front of this multi-level green is bunkered on the right side and run-off areas on the left adding to the difficulty of this hole.

Green: Depth-43
A great view of the clubhouse coming into this par 4. A pond sits on right side and sand bunker on left to guard this green. Being in the fairway is important to avoid this beautiful tree-lined hole.

Green: Depth-43
A short par 4, but do not let the length fool you. The small green is difficult to hit in regulation and anything to left of the green finds the greenside bunker.

Green: Depth-30
A shorter par 5 with beautiful duck pond that runs the full length of this hole and also a sand bunker on right side of fairway. Being home in two can be risky, but the reward is Birdie or potential Eagle!! Good Luck.

Green: Depth-32
 
A difficult slightly up hill dogleg right par 4. Three sand bunkers guard this green, be aware of the false front.

Green: Depth-32
Check your yardage into this green as the wind can play tricks above the trees. Make sure you take enough club as water waits in front of green.

Green: Depth-25
This is a three shot par 5. The ideal drive will clear the first ridge in the fairway, from there; avoid the gaping bunkers on your second shot. A green side bunker on the right and water behind the green adds to the challenge of the hole.

Green: Depth-29
The Lake Huron Breeze provides another challenge on this par 4. The dogleg left hole places a premium on the tee shot to increase the percentages for a successful uphill approach shot. Play for an extra club hitting into this uphill green.

Green: Depth-28
 
Know your yardage on this long par 3. A deep contoured bunker guards the front of this shallow green.

Green: Depth-16
A beautiful straightaway par 4. A long bunker sits on the right side of the fairway. Best to be on left side of fairway to hit into a small green guarded by bunkers front and right.

Green: Depth-28
 
This hole demands an accurate tee shot. The fairway moves to the right off the tee and trees hug the right side of the fairway. Sand bunkers guard this green front and left.

Green: Depth-27