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Championship 18

The 18-hole Championship course was designed by Michigan’s premier Architect, Bruce Matthews III. The 6802 yards, par 71 course is rated at 134/73.4. It was planned, designed and built to USGA specifications, with the goal of operating it as one of the best golf courses in the Southeast Michigan and Southern Ontario region. Architect Matthews designed four individual courses with one tract, to provide a superior golfing experience for every level of skill, from beginner to professional. Juniors, women, seniors and scratch golfers all have a top level course to test and enjoy.

 OutInTotal
  3570 3232 6802
  3220 2908 6128
  2963 2685 5648
  2572 2258 4830
  • Hole #1

    Hole #1

      Par HCP
    4 9 388 356 340 -
    4 9 - - - 278

    Pro Tip:
    The medium length starting hole plays through the woods to an elevated green. A fairway bunker guards the landing area on the right and the green is protected by a bunker on the front left.

  • Hole #2

    Hole #2

      Par HCP
    3 11 237 201 166 -
    3 11 - - - 131

    Pro Tip:
    The long par 3 plays out of the woods to a large green nestled between mounding and bunkering on the right and an old fence row left to an elevated green.

  • Hole #3

    Hole #3

      Par HCP
    4 17/7 445 412 364 -
    4 7 - - - 330

    Pro Tip:
    Accuracy and length are the keys to the narrow fairway playing into the woods. Large mounds each side of the landing area guide the tee shot into position. The green accepts the run up and bump and run shots as only a small pot bunker is at the right front of the green.

  • Hole #4

    Hole #4

      Par HCP
    5 5 537 501 482 -
    5 5 - - - 417

    Pro Tip:
    The reachable par 5 plays adjacent the municipal drain paralleling the right side. The shot from the tee is toward the bunker 310 yards out in centerline of the hole. Three bunkers in the second landing area challenge the player going for the open green in two shots..

  • Hole #5

    Hole #5

      Par HCP
    3 17 170 137 125 -
    3 17 - - - 102

    Pro Tip:
    Short and requiring an accurate tee shot, this hole plays to a 4 club deep green. The green, 175' deep and 55' wide, features a 3' step at the midpoint. Large bunkers, left and right, nicknamed 'heaven' and 'hell' pocket the green.

  • Hole #6

    Hole #6

      Par HCP
    4 3 467 408 373 -
    4 3 - - - 312

    Pro Tip:
    The long par 4 features a large and forgiving landing area. Bunkering short and long left of the landing area challenges the shorter approach to the hole. Bunkers left of the green save errant shots going toward the water. The golfer is able to run up onto the lower profile green.

  • Hole #7

    Hole #7

      Par HCP
    5 1 584 534 511 -
    5 1 - - - 460

    Pro Tip:
    Keep left through the narrow fairway and the hole is not overly difficult. The tee shot is over water to a landing area flanked by bunkers short left and long right. A lake parallels the right side of the hole to the elevated green. Single bunkers on the right guard the second landing area and the green. A true three shot par 5.

  • Hole #8

    Hole #8

      Par HCP
    4 15 352 318 288 -
    4 15 - - - 258

    Pro Tip:
    This great but short par 4 has a wide landing area. Refine your strategy on the tee. Bunkers on the left are short and long of the landing area. The oak on the right at 290 yards will affect errant right shots. The green is large with a swale in front making 3 putts a possibility.

  • Hole #9

    Hole #9

      Par HCP
    4 3 390 353 314 -
    4 3 - - - 284

    Pro Tip:
    The finish hole on the front nine is a dogleg through the trees. A large oak on the left is the pivot of the dogleg. Sand bunkers are positioned diagonally form the right side of the landing area, through the fairway to the left front of the green. These bunkers provide depth perception for the tee shot and reference to the low profile green. The flat, elongated green is open to the bump and run.

  • Hole #10

    Hole #10

      Par HCP
    4 18 369 336 303 -
    4 18 - - - 277

    Pro Tip:
    The short par 4 plays straight away from the clubhouse through the woods to a large landing area. The bunker long and left of the landing area should not be in play. The elevated green is protected by a large bunker short right and three smaller bunkers on the left side. Fly the ball to the pin.

  • Hole #11

    Hole #11

      Par HCP
    3 8 228 183 154 -
    3 8 - - - 128

    Pro Tip:
    The longest par 3 on the back nine plays over water to a large green which allows for shorter shots to run up onto the green. A large mound left of the green will keep errant hooks in play. Two bunkers are nestled between the green and the water adjacent the right side of the hole. Don't be long or the golf ball is wet

  • Hole #12

    Hole #12

      Par HCP
    4 10 414 373 351 -
    4 10 - - - 294

    Pro Tip:
    The longest par 4 on the back nine plays over the municipal drain to a large landing area protected on the left side by three bunkers. Favor the left side of the landing area for an easier approach into the green. Three bunkers long and right frame landing area from the tee. The elevated green surrounded by five bunkers requires a precise approach shot.

  • Hole #13

    Hole #13

      Par HCP
    5 4 523 489 471 -
    5 4 - - - 411

    Pro Tip:
    The short par 5 entices the stronger hitter to go for the green in two shots. The drive is played through three short bunkers to a landing area that is slightly downhill providing the tee shot extra roll. The second shot is to a narrow neck in the fairway or to the green which has seven bunkers clustered to the right and behind the green. The green slopes from back right to a grass hollow front left.

  • Hole #14

    Hole #14

      Par HCP
    5 2 552 505 468 -
    5 2 - - - 416

    Pro Tip:
    The 3 shot par 5 requires a long carry over wetlands to the left side of the fairway to be in proper position for the second shot. There is room right of the wetlands with bunkers in play for the shorter tee shots. The second landing area is over a slight ridge playing to an open approach to the flat green.

  • Hole #15

    Hole #15

      Par HCP
    3 16 153 121 93 -
    3 16 - - - 71

    Pro Tip:
    The classic hole plays over sand to a "redan" style green which moves from the front right to the back left. The winds will require a different approach every day to get close to the pin. Par is good on this short hole.

  • Hole #16

    Hole #16

      Par HCP
    4 6 410 370 358 -
    4 6 - - - 290

    Pro Tip:
    Sand and water are everywhere. Choices of routes to the green abound depending on skills and winds. The shortest route to the green on this "cape" hole plays over sand and water to the right side of the large fairway. Sand bunkers dot the fairway on the longer route to the hole. The green is tucked beyond the right side lake and guarded by a bunker on the front left corner.

  • Hole #17

    Hole #17

      Par HCP
    3 12 188 169 152 -
    3 12 - - - 105

    Pro Tip:
    The beautiful medium length par 3 plays from an elevated tee to an elevated green over water and sand. The green is flanked by sand on the right and a deep hollow left.

  • Hole #18

    Hole #18

      Par HCP
    4 14 395 362 335 -
    4 14 - - - 266

    Pro Tip:
    The dogleg left finish hole plays around the left side bunker through the woods. The deep green has two right side bunkers. The hole, not overly difficult, should leave the golfer smiling, wanting to come back for more.


Old 9

Originally built in 1970 by Robert Williamson, the 9-hole Old Course was totally redesigned by Bruce Matthews III and renovated to match the quality, look, and feel of his new championship course. It features tree-lined fairways, undulating greens, and lakes (water in play on 7 of the 9 holes) to challenge your game. Play it in less than two hours, perfect for players of all ages and skill levels.

 Total
  1982
  1780
  1510
  1262
  • Hole #1

    Hole #1

      Par HCP
    4 3 388 320 - -
    4 3 - - 243 200

    Pro Tip:
    A straight away par 4 with trees lining both sides of the fairway to a small green sloping from back left to front right.

  • Hole #2

    Hole #2

      Par HCP
    3 1 126 118 - -
    3 1 - - 109 105

    Pro Tip:
    Challenging par 3 with large green sloping away from the tee.

  • Hole #3

    Hole #3

      Par HCP
    4 6 261 240 - -
    4 6 - - 179 162

    Pro Tip:
    This short par 4 demands an accurate tee shot over the water. All along the left are large hills which force the tee shot toward the water. Your second shot must be accurate as the green is protected with water behind and to the right.

  • Hole #4

    Hole #4

      Par HCP
    3 7 119 102 - -
    3 7 - - 83 80

    Pro Tip:
    A short par 3 over water to a sunken green. Hills surround the green which demand proper club selection.

  • Hole #5

    Hole #5

      Par HCP
    4 9 308 270 - -
    4 9 - - 235 195

    Pro Tip:
    A very tough par 4 with a lateral hazard all the way down the left side and a large lake which protects the right side of the fairway. An open ditch crosses the fairway, so club selection and an accurate tee shot is a must. This green has 2 tiers with slopes running down each direction.

  • Hole #6

    Hole #6

      Par HCP
    3 2 118 85 - -
    3 2 - - 68 65

    Pro Tip:
    A challenging par 3 tee shot to a back to front sloping island green. Take a deep breath and trust your swing.

  • Hole #7

    Hole #7

      Par HCP
    3 8 164 157 - -
    3 8 - - 137 120

    Pro Tip:
    Par 3 with a bunker shielding front of the green and water lining the right-hand side of the hole. A large green sloping from left to right.

  • Hole #8

    Hole #8

      Par HCP
    4 4 382 338 - -
    4 4 - - 320 210

    Pro Tip:
    Intimidating tee shot with water protecting left hand side. Mounds along the right side force a straight tee shot. This par 4 is quite the challenge due to the very undulating three-tier green.

  • Hole #9

    Hole #9

      Par HCP
    3 5 166 150 - -
    3 5 - - 136 125

    Pro Tip:
    A demanding par 3 with trees down the right side and a small ditch running along the left and in front of the green. This green is elevated and has lots of undulation to make 2-putting a challenge.

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