Radrick Farms is a University of Michigan owned and operated golf course located between Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti east of US 23 at the Geddes Road Exit.
The golf course is a parkland design, said to be the first eighteen hole layout designed by Pete Dye, and routed over a large, natural tract of land with the holes well isolated. The layout moves along broad and rolling tree lined fairways with an array of sand bunker shapes and sizes along the fairways and guarding the greens, although notably missing are Dye’s trademark pot bunkers. There’s a stream traversing a few holes and the green complexes are just that, varying in size, shape, undulation and slope. There are five sets of tees overall with the Maize tees playing to 6,967 yards, 73.9/136, course/slope ratings.
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