The Marquette GC has 36 holes here, the original course is the Heritage, designed by William Langford, in 1926, and expanded by David Gill. It's a fairly short course at 6,272 yards, par 71, but 134 slope reflecting the tight and hilly layout with small greens. The front nine is a bit rolling, but the back gains more elevation, and provides views of Lake Superior on several holes. Greywalls is the other course here and was designed by Mike DeVries, who interned under Tom Doak. It's a rugged piece of land bounding through the forest and rock walls of heavily rolling land with views of Lake Superior. The course opened in 2005. and is a difficult routing with a slope of 144 on 6800+ yards. The course has a good amount of elevation change, sloping fairways, and perched greens. Some of the holes are bordered with heavy stands of hardwoods with the fairways moving uphill or downhill to the greens. Greens, in some cases, are elevated if on plateaus, or situated in cove type areas, or some seemingly dovetailed naturally into the land. Great views of the Lake, a great golf experience, play both, the Heritage is 1/4 of the cost of Greywalls, and a good warm up.
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