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Copper Hills Golf & Country Club, Oxford

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Copper Hills Golf & Country Club is located in Oxford. Copper Hills Golf & Country Club is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Oxford Edition.
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  • I have played here for 6 years in a league, and I only go back each year to golf with my peers. NOT because of the course. Tight fisted, indifferent owners leave the condition of this course lacking d...  read more »
  • Cooper Hills has 27 holes. The Hill, the Marsh and the Jungle. I have found all 27 holes challenging and interesting. Some of the holes make you feel like you are playing up north and some holes you c...  read more »
  • Very nice course, very challenging too! Could be so much better if they had a clubhouse and appropriate services for a golf course. Not sure they even have a beer cart, But overall it has a good up no...  read more »
  • Nice course, tough layout too play, I thought I was a good golfer/ contender till I played there. Downside is the staff! Management is horrible, but for starters try dealing with the general staff. After I posted this I read some other posted reviews and wow I'm not the only one that seemed too have an issue.
  • Played the Hills and Marsh courses 10/23.2012. Used an expired groupgolfer certificate intending to pay the difference between what I paid for the cert ($29) and current cost ($30). uh uh. First, the woman there saw me walking up and didn't say a hello or anything which I just shrugged off at the time. Then we got inside the "clubhouse" and I told her about the cert and that I'd be happy to pay the dollar difference. She started complaining about how groupgolfer only paid her 24.65 and I make up the difference from that. I said my understanding was that GG policy is the cert cost is its value. As I tried to read the print at the bottom of the cert this maddening woman kept yapping and complaining and said "do you want to golf or not?". I thought that was quite rude and informed her my only question was with the fine print and I had no issue with her nor had I any concern about the arrangement between her and GG. I was close to telling her to put a cork in it because the constant squawking was starting to get to me. So finally to shut her up I said I had no problem with paying the $5.65, did so and got on with my life. I contacted GG and they credited me $5 which is to their credit (stand up business in my opinion). As for the course, it is beautiful. Hole 7 is an absolutely beautiful par 3 on the Marsh that is downhill with water on the right surrounded by trees all around in the back and flanking the water, two beautiful homes on the left. I did not play the Jungle. If I lived closer I would play again for the very reasonable senior rate of $30.
  • I agree 100% with Megatron. Layout is GREAT. One of the funner and challanging courses I've played in SE Michigan. I will definately be back, but keeping the course in good condition should be a priority of management... start with leveling out the T-Boxes.. I felt like I was going to tip over a couple times.
  • Turned you into a scratch golfer...? lol
  • I would never golf this course, the customer service is the worst experience I have ever endured, Ask to speak to the general manager, the rude and completely unprofessional woman at the desk, who is named Donna, said she was the owner, if that is true, this place follows the lead of it owner, the attitude of this witch reflects the leadership, I will never golf here again, even if they paid me,
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