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|Heritage Glen Golf Club|
29795 Heritage Ln
Paw Paw, MI 49079
Public Golf Course
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|( 269 ) 657 - 2552
In The News ... Heritage Glen Golf Club, Paw Paw, Michigan, a MichianaGolf.com 4-Star Certified Course
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Looking to enjoy a playable, yet challenging golf course with tree-lined fairways, long Par-5's, and superior playing conditions? Then Paw Paw, Michigan's very own Heritage Glen Golf Club will certainly fit the bill. The serene golfing experience at Heritage Glen Golf Club, with its natural rolling hills and valleys, is masterfully combined with strategically positioned sand bunkers that will give you a round of golf you won't soon forget.
Opened in 1994, Heritage Glen Golf Club is a Jerry Mathews designed course that will test your shot making abilities from start to finish.
One of the most challenging Par-5 holes that you will ever play is Heritage Glen's # 6. Be prepared for a long 625-yard journey that begins from the blue tees through a right and left bend, while avoiding a marsh on the left, to a bunker surrounded green. As the Pro puts it, "Getting through # 6 with a bogie is a great score for most golfers, including me."
Then two holes later, you run into another long 541-yard Par-5 hole that is tree-lined with a marsh to the right of your tee shot and large soaring trees to the left. Once you can see the green, you will notice that your approach is protected by water to the right and sand bunkers to the left! This hole will summon all your shot-making abilities.
Heritage Glen's Back 9 will test your iron skills on two stunning Par-3 holes. On the 171-yard # 11, you will immediately see the march but wonder where exactly is the green and on the 158-yard # 16, an elevated tee box leads you to a green with water directly in front. Make sure you pick-up an extra sleeve of balls from the well-stocked Heritage Glen Pro Shop!
Speaking of the Pro Shop, the golf amenities at Heritage Glen also include a practice putting green, driving range, locker rooms, club rental, and lessons to further refine your play.
Tee times are recommended and available up to 7 days in advance. Golf leagues, tournaments and fundraisers are hosted throughout the year.
Much more than "just" a great golf experience, another wonderful amenity is the very accommodating Heritage Glen Clubhouse that features many dining options and is an ideal setting for weddings as well as corporate events.
Heritage Glen is located midway between Kalamazoo, Michigan and St. Joseph, Michigan just a couple miles north of Red Arrow Highway in Paw Paw, Michigan.
As a QNorth managed course, you are assured that the quality of the Heritage Glen Golf Club and its impressive list of amenities will always be top-notch ... and for many years to come.
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Paw Paw, Michigan, a little more ...
Paw Paw is a village in, and is the county seat of Van Buren County.
The village is located at the confluence of the east and south branches of the Paw Paw River in the northeast portion of Paw Paw Township, but is politically independent. Paw Paw was incorporated in 1837 and is located in the southwestern portion of Michigan, on Interstate 94 approximately 20 miles west of Kalamazoo.
Paw Paw is a quaint rural location whose primary agricultural product is grapes, which are used both in the local Michigan wine industry and for juice and jellies. The St. Julian Winery and Warner's Winery started in Paw Paw. Paw Paw has an annual Wine and Harvest Festival, which traditionally occurs the weekend following Labor Day. The Festival features a beer tent, bandstand, live music, a popular grape stomping competition among barefoot locals, carnival foods, and fireworks over scenic Maple Lake. Fine dining establishments in the Theater District cater to attendees of the Festival.
Paw Paw is named for the pawpaw trees which once grew along the Paw Paw River. However, the pawpaw trees are less common at present due to the clearing of the shade trees that pawpaws require. An experimental planting of pawpaw trees on the high school grounds failed to flourish due to its location in an open, sunny field.
Famous Paw Paw natives include labor leader and political activist Joseph Labadie, "Paw Paw" Charlie Maxwell, a former Detroit Tigers baseball player who was also known as "Sunday" Charlie due to his propensity for hitting home runs during Sunday games; actress and educator Loretta Long, best known as "Miss Susan" on the long-running children's program Sesame Street, Tony-award winning choreographer Jerry Mitchell, professional baseball player Derrick Mitchell, Jason Babin of the NFL's Seattle Sea Hawks, and young adult fiction author Jeremy Brown. Roughly equidistant between Chicago and Detroit, the village is also long-rumored to have been a summer residence of notorious gangster Al Capone. Paw Paw also gained national prominence as the site of the Great Wheelchair Ride of Ben Carpenter (2007).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 2.9 square miles, of which, 2.7 square miles of it is land and 0.2 square miles of it (7.29%) is water.
See also: The History of Van Buren County, Michigan
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In general terms, a golf course may make modifications anywhere from numerous times a season ... to once a decade, if ever, and while we make efforts to ensure accuracy, it is possible that the information listed for this course may have become dated.
As a result, we strongly recommend that you call the Pro Shop regarding conditions / tee times before driving to the golf course and consider touring the course before your round.
If you are a member of this course's management team or a frequent player and you have noticed an error, omission, etc., contact us so we may update our records.