WARREN VALLEY GOLF CLUB (313-561-1040)
Michigan Golf Course Review
Warren Valley Golf Club in Dearborn Heights is a 36-hole facility located on Warren Road between Inkster and Beech Daily. As sister property to the more upscale Inkster Valley
Golf Club just 4 miles away, Warren Valley presents two traditional layouts featuring rolling tree lined fairways with some scenic holes that wind over and around the Rouge River.
There are minimal cart paths and rustic conditioning along both of these designs. Though bunkering is sparse, surprising elevation changes (there are at least 6 elevated tees on
the West Course, and the four beautiful par threes on the East all play from raised tee areas) make play here interesting - and with rates topping out at under $40 in 2014, this is a
nice value for the area.
The 10 photos in this review feature 5 on the east course and 7 on the West Course The West presents three tee areas measuring in distance and slope: 6126 yards/115 slope,
5827 yards /113 slope, and 5158 yards/114 slope. The East course plays to 6189 yards/114 slope, 5820 yards/110 slope, and 5298 yards/113 slope. Both courses have 150 yard
stakes located in the fairways of all par fours and fives, with some sprinkler heads also measured to the center of the green. Small markers on the flagsticks indicate front, middle
and back hole locations.
The Green complexes are very accessible, as most are open and fairly level in front, with some slope but little undulations on the medium size putting surfaces. There are
numerous doglegs defined by trees or the river, but fairways are usually generous and as the slope ratings indicate, both layouts are very player friendly.
Facilities on property include separate putting and chipping greens and a clubhouse with pro shop and the Ross Room Restaurant - open for lunch and dinner. A separate
banquet hall is situated upstairs, and can accommodate up to 300 guests for weddings and special functions. You will find pages for both the East and West courses on our
Metro area SE Michigan section. Click here for the East Course and here for the West course.