Royal Oak GCRoyal Oak Golf Club

Royal Oak Golf Club
3417 Don Soper Dr
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073
Oakland County

Phone(s): (248) 554-0019
Fax: (248) 554-0032
Website: www.ci.royal-oak.mi.us


The 9-hole Royal Oak Golf Club in Royal Oak, MI is a municipal golf course that opened in 1960. Designed by Don Soaper, Royal Oak Golf Club measures 3008 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 114 and a 33.9 USGA rating. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.

Royal Oak Golf Club
2.5 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews)
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A spring view from Royal Oak Golf Club

Golf course details

  • Holes: 9
  • Designed by: Don Soaper
  • Public/Private: Municipal
  • Year opened: 1960
  • Golf Season: Open: 3/15 Closed: 12/15
  • Guest Policy: Welcomed
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways:
  • Greens:

Facilities

  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: No
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes

Green fees price ranges

  • Week days: $18
  • Weekends: $20

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: Soft spikes only
  • Dress code: Proper attire is required.
  • Credit cards accepted:

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Blue 35 3008 114 33.9
Red (W) 36 2576 110 34.2
White 35 2810 110 33

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Royal Oak Golf Club
    2.5 stars out of 5
    by Bill Sroka
    on June 25th, 2016 11:37
    I had the misfortune to play this "course" this morning. This course was always in great shape and well taken care of. No more! There were large patches of baked dirt all over the fairways and you had to land you approach shots well short of the green in order to hold them. Don Soper must be turning over in his grave, to see what this course has become. After my round I had hoped to speak to the Manager, Joe Spadafore, but he wasn't in. The gentleman in the Pro Shop listened to me telling him that the course was dying and did they intend to water it soon. He told me that it might rain tomorrow, but they rarely water it anymore. "Something to do with the cost of water. To me it looks like they are intentionally running it into the ground so they can claim it's losing money and sell it off to a developer like they did Normandy Oaks, which is still sitting there idle. I am not writing this out of spite. I truly hope that someone still cares enough to correct this horrible situation.
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