Leslie Park Golf Course is one of the better golf courses in Ann Arbor and a municipal layout, owned and operated by the City of Ann Arbor north of downtown on Traver Road.
The golf course opened in 1967 and was designed by Larry Packard with later renovations in 1995 by Arthur Hills. The layout is parkland style with tree lined fairways over some significant elevation changes. Some water hazards in the form of ponds, streams, and wetlands are in play. It's 6,611 yards, 72.0/129, course/slope ratings from the tips with three shorter sets of tees.
In 2012 the Washtenaw County Water Resource Commission, inconjunction with the City and Leslie Park, re-worked all the back nine drainage. Both ponds were dredged and stone walls installed along the green's front edges. Traver Creek, which wend its way between #10 and #13 was widened to allow improved flood handling.