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Our championship 18-hole golf course and driving range is among the premier Midwest golf courses. It features tree-lined fairways, 54 beautiful white sand bunkers, a pond on holes 14 and 17, and a natural ravine between holes 8 and 9. Many members and their guests tout our greens as among the finest in the country. The sloping greens maintain an average of 10 on the stimp meter and are carefully maintained with walking mowers, rolling machines and constant attention.

One of the most valued traditions of our great club is the wonderful pace of play. The average 18-hole round of golf takes just less than four hours. With all of our members’ busy schedules, it is essential that we continue to make playing golf at the Country Club of Lansing enjoyable for everyone. Our Professional Staff will gladly offer assistance to anyone needing tips to improve the pace of play.

For Members:

Stand Six

Our golf course features Stand Six, a food and beverage area located in the middle of the course. Stand Six offers a variety of hot and cold menu items as well as other snacks and beverages. You can call ahead at 517.484.2170 and take your items to go or dine right at Stand Six and enjoy the gorgeous surrounding scenery.

  • Practice Range
  • Etiquette
  • Dress Code

Seasonal range memberships are mandatory for individuals and families. This program benefits anyone who enjoys practicing several times a week or uses the range before play on a regular basis. 

Our goal is to provide members with the finest range balls, turf quality and service for their practice enjoyment.

  • Guests are welcome to use the range prior to golfing, which is included in the guest fee

  • The range will use articficial mats at times

  • Proper attire is required on both ranges at all times

  • Bathing suits and bare feet are not acceptable on any of the practice areas

  • Parental supervision is required for children under 12 years of age unless authorized by Golf Staff



Limited Distance

The screen that protects the 13th green is 220 yards from the middle of the main range area. It is the Members' responsibility to refrain from hitting range balls in and over the net. Signs are posted each day to inform Members of the maximum yardage allowable.  Please observe all distance signs and also inform your guests (in advance) of our range policies.

Our goal is to provide our Members the finest range balls, turf quality and service for their practice enjoyment.

  1. Cost:  There will be seasonal range memberships available for individuals and families. This program benefits anyone that enjoys practicing several times a week or uses the range before play on a regular basis. Members may also use the range on a per use basis (please notify the Starter). Guests are welcome to use the range prior to golfing, which is included in the guest fee.
  2. There may be times due to maintenance or turf conditions that require the use of artificial mats.
  3. The Junior Range, located behind the golf cart storage area, is available for juniors to practice. Juniors will be expected to inform the Starter before starting their practice session.
  4. Proper attire is required on both ranges at all times. Bathing suits and bare feet are not acceptable on the Junior Range. Parental supervision is required for children under 12 years of age unless authorized by Golf Staff.
  5. Limited Distance: The screen that protects the 13th green is 220 yards from the middle of the main range area. It is the Members' responsibility to refrain from hitting range balls over the fence. Signs will be posted each day to inform Members of the maximum yardage allowable.  Please observe all distance signs and also please inform your Guests (in advance) of our range policies.
  6. Indoor Range: We have an indoor hitting facility located in the lower level of the Clubhouse. It will be available during posted Clubhouse hours from the end of the fall golf season to the beginning of spring.  Video lessons will be available and will have priority (please call in advance for lesson schedule). If other Members are waiting, please limit use to 30 minutes. Children must be supervised at all times. Video equipment may only be operated by Golf Professionals. Safety is our #1 priority.

Etiquette is another valued part of golf at the Country Club of Lansing.  The following is a list of some of the more important expectations of our membership. 

  • Always play without delay and keep up with the group in front.
  • Please allow faster players to play through.
  • On busy days, please pair up with other players if you have less than a threesome. Our Starter will be available to assist you.
  • No more than four players from Men’s Opening Day to Men’s Closing Day.

Please show your pride in this great golf course by:

  • Repairing all ball marks on the greens.
  • Replacing all divots.
  • Keeping golf carts away from greens and tees.
    • Local notices regulating the movement of golf carts should be strictly observed.
  • Properly rake all bunkers.
  • Replace the flag stick carefully in an upright position.
  • Informing your Guests to respect our course and its traditions in the same manner.
  • Golf Spikes: Metal spiked shoes are not allowed at the Club. Only soft spikes or other non-metal spiked shoes approved by our Professionals may be worn on our golf course and practice facilities.
Golf Etiquette for Children
Children must always let faster players through upon request. Unless approved by the golf professional, children cannot play before 11:00 am Saturdays and Sundays. Unaccompanied children need to be approved by the golf professional staff or an approved member of the Junior Golf Program. Children may use the top range, but shall defer to members when range is full.
 
A valid driver’s license is necessary to operate a cart.
 
For any other questions, contact the Pro Shop at 517.318.5219 or Starter at 517.318.5218

Dress Code for the Golf Course and Practice areas
Members and guests attire should exemplify the professionalism and honor of the game of golf. The Club has established the following dress code for the golf course and practice facility. Bermuda shorts, pants, culottes and capris are allowed. Tennis shorts, short shorts, cut-offs, jogging shorts, denim of any kind and sweatpants are prohibited. Men must wear shirts with sleeves and collars (mocks with raised collar are acceptable). Women may wear shirts with or without sleeves or collars. Tank tops, halter-tops, and swimming attire are prohibited.
 
The golf staff has been instructed to deny use of the golf facilities to any individual not appropriately attired.