This is a course inspired by and closely following the routing of Detroit Golf Club's North Course, which may be a new PGA Tour stop in 2019 if reports are accurate. It's a Donald Ross design that has reportedly been touched by other architects numerous times through the years, and the clubhouse is an Albert Kahn design. I don't know anything about building architecture, but apparently that's a big deal. The greens are designed to fit the landscape and incorporate elements of Ross' design style. The course maxes out at 7200 yards with 4 sets of tees, and is a par 70 with one par 5 on the front and one on the back. The course is heavily treed, so the lighting is set to a mid-afternoon setting to facilitate visibility.
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