It's Disc Golf Season!
Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter; Anytime is Disc Golf Season!
That’s right, the disc golf course is always open to the public. If
you’re willing to face the elements, the course is available to you.
It is not lighted but some have even found a way to play night disc
Whitehall Township’s disc golf course is currently 18 holes, but we have 9 additional holes under construction and will end up with a 27 hole course with 2 practice tees. All of the work on the course has been/is being done by volunteers and the Township is justifiably proud of the quality of its course. Originally designed by a disc golf pro, from Detroit, the course has had National Recognition due to its layout covering 40 acres of wooded property. The original 18 holes all have cement approaches (the only course in the area with that feature). It is used by several leagues and is usually quite busy. During the summer, several tournaments are hosted at the site, including the Harvest Moon Classic sponsored by the Friends of Whitehall Township and held in conjunction with the White Lake Fallfest. (Contact Brian Mulnix @ (231)893-1657 for details on how to enter).
The course is located on Lorensen Road (near the power lines) between Holton Whitehall Road and Crystal Lake Road. The easiest route is to take the Colby Street exit off of the US-31 Expressway and go east on Holton Whitehall Road. Lorensen is just east of the Consumer’s Cement Company.
Use of the course is absolutely free. We do expect you to respect the environment and to keep it trash free. A port-a-potty is available during warm weather but there is no water source. You do not need to be a Township Resident to enjoy the disc golf course or any of the Township’s Parks.