The University of Michigan’s Golf Course is on the south side of campus at the southwest corner of Stadium and State Streets directly across the street from the “Big House” with the Ann Arbor skyline in the distance.
The golf course is a classic Alister MacKenzie original design from the 1930’s that was restored to its original routing by Arthur Hills in 1994. Coincidentally, Ohio State University's Scarlet Golf Course was designed by MacKenzie as well. The layout is a traditional parkland design along broad, rolling fairways with significant fingered and conventional sand bunker complexes along the fairways and greens with subtle but challenging greens. The closing 18th plays into the clubhouse with the Ann Arbor skyline and the Stadium as the backdrop with the only water hazard on the golf course surrounding the green-a stellar finish. There’s four sets of tees overall with the back Wolverine tees playing to 6,730 yards, 72.8/135, course/slope ratings.
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