Golf Course Review: Cherry Hills Golf & Lodge
Very nice course with touch butting greens. You'll have to remember that all puts break towards the water.
A tale of two different 9 hole courses.
The front none is a bit more open and forgiving. The course begins with a par 5 that is a definate birdie hole, then you encounter your first putting experience. Remember that no matter what it looks like the break is always towards the water. The par threes (Holes #2 and #8) are totaly different and fun. Hole #5 is reachable from an elevated tee - if you have a big high fade. Hole #6 is made for the big hitter. Tip for hole #7 is to get it to the back of the green or watch it role off the front side every time. Hole 9 is a second shot hole with a two tiered green. Have a Bacon blue burger at the turn and get ready for the back nine, the fun starts at #11 for those of you that can draw the ball. Alley golf (between the trees) is Holes #12-15. The Par 3 #12 is tougher that it looks. Then its three holes of grip it and rip it, but hold back a bit on #15 so as not to go over the edge, you'll have a nice view of southern door county and the green. The par 5 16th is looooooooong. Hole 17 is uphill both ways. You'll finish with a tricky par 3 on Hole #18, once again it is all about the break.
Very nice course well worth the money.
Based on my experience: I would play the course again.