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  • New Rogell Golf Course
    In 1917, famed golf-course architect Donald Ross carved New Rogell Golf Course out of an urban plot along Grand River Avenue, adding yet another gem to a portfolio of courses that also includes Pinehurst No. 2 and Oakland Hills. Today, players enjoy the fruits of Mr. Ross’s labor as they cruise over a bentgrass path that stretches to 6,075 yards from the farthest tees. Two additional tee boxes start off each hole as well, allowing golfers to tailor rounds to their skill level or forsake tees completely and start in a bunker. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 70 course Total length of 6,075 yards from the back tees Course rating of 70.2 from the back tees Course slope of 129 from the back tees Three sets of tees per hole
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    18601 Berg Rd.
    Detroit, MI US
  • The Highlands Golf Club
    When describing his approach to designing a golf course, renowned course architect Donald Ross said "a golf course should be subtly deceptive, rather than unduly penalizing," a philosophy he put to work in 1908, when he crafted the 18-hole course at The Highlands Golf Club. Measuring 6,519 yards from the tips, the course offers a fair test for golfers across the handicap spectrum while still supplying enough challenges to attract legendary golfers such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Ben Hogan, who played the course when it was a fixture on the Senior PGA Tour. Strategically placed bunkers and fairway-hugging tree lines that cast shadows resembling golfers' fears loom throughout the course, but its most memorable challenge awaits at the 14th hole—a long par 5 that doglegs left and ends with a forced carry over a pond and onto the green. Course at a Glance: 18-hole course designed by Donald Ross Length of 6,519 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 71.5 from back tees Slope rating of 133 from back tees Five tee options Scorecard
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    2715 Leonard St
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit
    Warren's YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter. Shred your fat and define your muscles with a robust program of cross fit exercises. When you're getting a little disappointed with your workout results, enlist the help of a personal trainer to help troubleshoot your body's plateau. Sign up for one of the kickboxing classes and learn basic kickboxing and self-defense moves. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    8777 Common Road
    Warren, MI US
  • Sunnybrook Golf
    No better place in Sterling Heights to have a golfers gathering than at Sunnybrook Golf. Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this course's restaurant for high-class food. Got kids? No problem at Sunnybrook Golf! This course is a fantastic spot for families to hang together. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    7191 17 Mile Rd
    Sterling Heights, MI US
  • Highland Hills Golf Club
    From the first drive on the 457-yard par-5 1st hole to the final putt on the 570-yard par 5 18th hole, golfers are constantly challenged with an array of obstacles that form two distinct layouts on the front and back nine. The front nine resembles a traditional links-style course, with open expanses, deep pot bunkers, and ponds that come into play. Golfers must pivot their strategies at the turn, as forested terrain surrounds the back nine and presents tighter lies that demand more conservative shots. Greens average 5,000 square feet across, presenting large targets for iron approaches as well as dance floors for celebratory soul trains. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par-72 course Total length of 6,621 yards from the back tees Course rating of 71.2 from the back tees Course slope of 125 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole Scorecard
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    1050 E Alward Rd
    De Witt, MI US
  • The Polo Fields Golf and Country Club
    The Polo Fields Golf and Country Clubs encompasses two locations—one in Ann Arbor and one in Ypsilanti—each with its own 18-hole course and refined clubhouse. Designed by renowned architect William Newcomb, the par 72 Ann Arbor course channels the blustery hillocks and grass-eating bagpipes of courses in the United Kingdom with a 6,828-yard layout featuring broad, links-inspired fairways and deviously slick greens. A community fixture for nearly a century, the Washtenaw course takes clubbers on a verdant voyage among native oaks and cedars, burbling streams, and tranquil ponds. Both sites house fully stocked pro shops, where guests can peruse the latest in on-course duds, clubs, hats, and remote-controlled golf balls from brands such as TaylorMade, Adidas, FootJoy, and Titleist. Guests can bask in views of the splendid links while enjoying regionally inspired American fare and frothy drinks at the clubs’ two dining facilities, both of which feature settings for a variety of occasions. Swimmers can stroke through the outdoor lap pool at the Washtenaw location, and sunbathers can lounge by the colossal, resort-style pool in Ann Arbor. Within the Ann Arbor fitness center, hearts race on elliptical machines, muscles pump free weights, and calories melt during group fitness classes, before muscles soak in the warm, golf-ball-free waters of the hot tub. Ann Arbor Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,828 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 73.3 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 141 from the farthest tees Four tee options Link to scorecard Washtenaw Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,524 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 71.7 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 135 from the farthest tees Four tee options Link to scorecard
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    5200 Polo Fields Dr.
    Ann Arbor, MI US

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