67500 Mound Rd Washington, MI 48095
This course is somewhat similar to the Scottish-links design. In 1991, “Golf Digest” had a contest allowing contestants the opportunity to design a hole; the winning entry was to be used on a championship course. The Greystone Golf Club received the winning design, resulting in the construction of hole #2, a 179-yard, par 3. This hole requires a tee shot from an elevated tee to a green that has a large sand bunker protecting its left side and a pond on the right. In all, water hazards (ponds) come into play on eight holes. The “Detroit Free Press” rated the three finishing holes as the most difficult finishing holes in the State of Michigan. Holes #16, 17, and 18 were designed around a huge lake and play in a clockwise fashion. Overall, this course’s fairways vary in undulation. Every year, the club doesn’t begin its season until Good Friday.
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