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“Dirty and Dingy”

The Golf Club at Mt. Brighton
Reviewed 2 August 2013

The golf course is gimmicy, and not very attractive. The ski equipment is lying about on several holes. The dining room is dark, and gives the appearance of being dirty.
With the many other courses in the immediate area, this would be the last one I'd consider playing.

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Reviewed 30 July 2013

This course is played around Mt. Brighton. A non traditional golf course but it does have its challenges from very protected greens, to tight wooded shots, to hair pin angle holes. Over the years the course seems to be getting more updates and better maintenance, but I have seen worse. If you are looking for a fun course, non traditional in play, then give this a try. Enjoy!

Thank Tom M
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Reviewed 8 July 2013

Four of us golfed on the Friday after July 4th. Horrible pace of play - 11:30 tee time, finished at 5:30. I counted 11 people on one of the par 4's on the front nine. No one seemed to be monitoring and some groups were more interested in beer drinking than golfing. Course in average shape and even from the forward tees, there are plenty of forced carries and uneven lies. Price was good at $22 - but I won't be playing it again.

Thank lkreuter
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Reviewed 5 June 2013

The Jackal Golf Club winds its way around the Mt. Brighton Ski hills that have been a Brighton staple for many years. The golf course is improving now that Vail Properties have purchased the business. This year all new golf carts with automatic parking brakes were purchased so there is no longer fears of running out of battery mid-way through your round. The views on this course are wonderful. The fairways, tee boxes and greens are average to above average. The pin placement can be difficult on some of the undulating greens. THE RESTAURANT IS ANOTHER STORY!! They try....let's just put it that way. The food is DELICIOUS. The service and the restaurant both stink. They are hiring new waitstaff and it seems like it is a fault of a system. These young gals try their hardest but get all sorts of orders mixed up as well as the bills. We had to wait for over 45 minutes for our bill one night and there was nobody else in the entire restaurant except our small golfing league of about 20 people. Seriously, the entire restaurant is normally completely empty except for our group every other Friday night. Sad for a restaurant in Livingston County where the rest of them are busting at the seams.

Thank LAJ415
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Reviewed 31 May 2013

This golf course is on and around Mount Brighton and has a mix of highly elevated, wooded up-north, and large water protected holes. If you are looking for a traditional course, this is not it. but if you want to experience something unique, give it a try.

Thank Todd D
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