Designed by the renowned architect Alister MacKenzie and built in 1931, the U of M Golf Course is a gem. Playing to 6,687 yards (72.0/135 rating) from the tips, there are four other tees which allow one to pick the desired difficulty. The routing takes one up and down the hilly terrain with no single hole duplicated elsewhere on the course. Generous driving areas on most holes allow one to flex some muscle with the driver but beware, an errant shot will often result in a punch out from the massive trees or a difficult shot from the strategic fairway bunkering. The green complexes feature large undulating greens protected by numerous deep bunkers. The course will test all phases of your game but especially one's putter and sand game. You need to have an affiliation with the University in order to make a tee time but otherwise the general public is welcome. The US 23 Washtenaw Avenue exit (west or toward Ann Arbor) will take one to Stadium.