The Course

Bent grass fairways, tees, and greens provide tour-like playing conditions for a superior golfing experience.

This W Bruce Matthews III creation is a wonderful 18-hole course located in Ravenna, MI along Apple Ave (M-46), just 15 minutes East of Muskegon. The “golfer-friendly” course design has a total yardage from 5098 to 6943. Using five sets of tees, Moss Ridge will offer a superb challenge for all skill levels. Bent grass fairways, tees, and greens provide tour-like playing conditions for a superior golfing experience.

Guests have the opportunity to warm up in our complete practice facility. Target greens on the driving range, a chipping green, and a large practice bunker look similar to those encountered on the course.

Choose a Hole

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18

Putting Green         Driving Range         Simulators

Hole 1 – Par 4

Black-400 yds | Blue-390 yds | White-348 yds | Gold-317 yds | Red-310 yds
Handicap – 11

400 yard down hill par 4. The demand for clear thinking is immediate. The apple tree lined fairway provides just enough of a dilemma to force a player to keep it straight, while you approach to the green is made more challenging by the large bunker along the left approach.
Plenty of room to the right. Both off the tee and as you approach the green.

Hole 2 – Par 4

Black-345 yds | Blue-325 yds | White-315 yds | Gold-272 yds | Red-267 yds
Handicap – 13

The second hole is a 345 yard slight dog-leg left par 4. The Scottish bunkers along the left of the fairway ensure a difficult recovery if your ball happens to find them. The green is relatively flat with slight undulations and sand traps right of the green.

 

An iron or hybrid might be the best play off the tee here. Accuracy is a premium. The approach to a raised green should be made easier by finding the fairway.

Hole 3 – Par 5

Black-601 yds | Blue-585 yds | White-506 yds | Gold-457 yds | Red-425 yds
Handicap – 1

Our third hole is the first of the 4 challenging par 5’s. Measuring 601 from the tips it can be more than most can handle. The 8 bunkers that are along the right and left of the fairway make finding the fairway extremely important. The elevated green provides difficulty if not planned for.

 

Go ahead and boom it the longer the better. There is plenty of room to miss right. A lay-up is needed for most players and it also leaves a short iron to approach.

Hole 4 – Par 4

Black-190 yds | Blue-183 yds | White-132 yds | Gold-132 yds | Red-124 yds
Handicap – 15

The 4th hole is a nerve racking 190, with water down the entire right side and bunker surrounding the left, hitting the green is of utmost importance.

There’s a $2,500 prize for a hole-in-one on this hole with multiple cameras to capture it!

 

Make sure to take plenty of club there is a large bank short of the green that will lead your ball to a watery grave.

Hole 5 – Par 4

Black-468 yds | Blue-416 yds | White-367 yds | Gold-300 yds | Red-299 yds
Handicap – 5

The 5th hole is a hard dog-leg right that measures 468 with bunkers at the corner of the dog-leg. Finding the fairway will make your approach to the green significantly easier. The narrow green requires the golfer to have excellent distance control.

 

A big fade is the perfect t-ball, beware of the bunker in the front of the green, and long is not a terrible miss.

Hole 6 – Par 5

Black-554 yds | Blue-529 yds | White-501 yds | Gold-435 yds | Red-410 yds
Handicap – 3

Number six at 554 the option to “go for it” is available to some golfers but with water down the left that sneaks in front of the green and bunkers on the left. A lay up isn’t a bad idea.

 

In order to go for for it, a confidant second shot is required. Take plenty when going to the green due to the pond short and left.

Hole 7 – Par 3

Black-170 yds | Blue-160 yds | White-131 yds | Gold-110 yds | Red-100 yds
Handicap – 17

The 7th hole is a 170 yard hole with a pond on the left side of the green and a large bunker to the right. Behind the green is a steep slope that will lead to the water. Beware of the back left pin location, it has handed out many bogeys.

 

A fade is the perfect ball flight in order to fine at the pin. It is a definitely a birdie hole.

Hole 8 – Par 4

Black-398 yds | Blue-388 yds | White-334 yds | Gold-334 yds | Red-315 yds
Handicap – 9

The 8th hole is a 398 yard dog-leg left with a large bunker on the corner. It is roughly 240 to carry the corner bunker and if successful it should leave you with a short wedge to the green. Be careful if you get to aggressive with your approach you could find yourself with a tricky bunker shot from behind the green.

 

A slight draw around the corner is perfect. The ball could be below your feet on the second shot so take note.

Hole 9 – Par 4

Black-414 yds | Blue-391 yds | White-374 yds | Gold-261 yds | Red-259 yds
Handicap – 7

The 9th hole is a 414 yard par 4 with apple trees to the left and plenty of room to miss right. The approach to the 2400 sq. ft green can be tricky due to the deep front bunker and undulations right and behind the green.

 

Plenty of room to the right. Both off the tee and as you approach the green.

Hole 10 – Par 4

Black-373 yds | Blue-363 yds | White-338 yds | Gold-298 yds | Red-272 yds
Handicap – 10

A 400 yard slight dog-leg left with a large deep bunker if you happen to hit through the fairway. As you approach the green you will find 2 green-side bunkers on the right guarding an oblong flat green.

 

An iron off the tee might not be a bad idea. Accuracy provides a more forgiving approach to the flat green.

Hole 11 – Par 5

Black-585 yds | Blue – 575 yds | White – 525 yds | Gold – 458 yds | Red – 419 yds
Handicap – 2

Off the tee number eleven can offer many options. If you find the fairway it will make your life significantly easier. By chance you miss left you will find a pond and on the right side you should encounter 3 deep fairway bunkers, your approach can find the green-side moguls that surround the green.

 

Swing away at this tee shot. Find a sure yardage prior to laying up. This Green can be a tricky one.

Hole 12 – Par 3

Black-242 yds | Blue-220 yds | White-172 yds | Gold-130 yds | Red-109 yds
Handicap – 16

Hole 12 could be the toughest around. From the back tee it plays to a jaw dropping 242 yards but most people play the more reasonable middle to front tee that measure 172 & 130 respectfully. Don’t be fooled by distance #12 has a large demanding bunker short left plus a hazard along the right.

 

Just find the green and pray for par. If you find the green the start thinking birdie.

Hole 13 – Par 4

Black-377 yds | Blue-360 yds | White-335 yds | Gold-329 yds | Red-308 yds
Handicap – 12

The 13th is a bit of a breather after 12. A large wide fairway greets you on this 377 yard par four. The green is slightly up hill and slopes from front to back gradually. Beware of the bunkers located left and middle right of the green.

 

The approach is what can be tricky here. Make sure to be 100% on you yardage prior to pulling the trigger.

Hole 14 – Par 5

Black-516 yds | Blue-501 yds | White – 477 yds | Gold-449 yds | Red-426 yds
Handicap – 6

The 14th hole greets you with fairway bunkers both left and right. The 516 yardage provides an opportunity to knock it on in two but beware of the elevated green and massive green-side bunkers.

 

Just find the green and pray for par. If you find the green the start thinking birdie.

Hole 15 – Par 4

Black-320 yds | Blue-313 yds | White-292 yds | Gold-297 yds | Red-279 yds
Handicap – 14

Number 15 offers a real birdie chance. At only 320 yards accuracy is pivotal. A left side pin placement will offer a bit of relief due to the natural slop from right to left of the bunker guarded green.

 

Driver is not necessary on this shorty. Just find the short grass and birdie is a possibility.

Hole 16 – Par 3

Black-150 yds | Blue-134 yds | White-128 yds | Gold-101 yds | Red-88 yds
Handicap – 18

When you reach the 16th hole take note of a few possible “inconveniences” the large pond located along the entire left side. The right offers little room for error with massive green-side bunkers. With a large ridge in the middle of the green make sure you notice where the pin is located when teeing off.

 

Don’t get crazy or it could cost you. A par is a good score on this hole.

Hole 17 – Par 4

Black-406 yds | Blue-370 yds | White-356 yds | Gold-320 yds | Red-317 yds
Handicap – 8

Hole 17 is a 406 yard dog-leg left par 4. The right side is guarded by 2 fairway bunkers. You approach to seventeen is rather mild minus the green-side bunker n the front right. The large undulating green offers a difficult putt depending where you leave your approach.

 

 

Long ball hitter can cut the corner here but for the rest of us just follow the fairway to the green.

Hole 18 – Par 4

Black-434 yds | Blue-410 yds | White-394 yds | Gold-295 yds | Red-295 yds
Handicap – 4

The 18th hole is a 434 yard hole with apple orchards both right and left. The approach to the 2400 sq. ft shared green is guarded by a massive deep bunker short and right. The undulations behind the green offer difficulty for most. After finding the green a rather level putt can be expected.

 

Let’s finish strong. A long iron or hybrid is what can be expected for a second shot make a good swing and maybe finish with a birdie.

Putting Green

 

Warm up and fine tune your putting speeds on our 9 hole practice green.  Not only is a sized for a large groups and long putts, and it’s right next the bar.   Perfect for pre-round and pre-outing practice!

Driving Range

 

Loosen up and work out all your bad shots on the range before your round.  We offer both a large practice range and a practice bunker to hit from.  This is currently a coin operated dispenser, stop in at the pro shop for tokens!

Simulators

 

Come check out our Indoor Simulators!  For those cold months or inn the event your round is rained out or delayed, we’ve brought in Foresight Simulators to address the off season woes and keep you swinging your clubs year round!

Location

133545 Apple Ave

Ravenna MI 49451

Contact Us

info@mossridge.com

(231) 853-5665