Pros: Well conditioned, Lower Cost, Challenging
Cons: Tends to be Wet, Challenging for Higher Handicaps
Huntmore Golf Club, formerly the Golf Club of Michigan, was designed by Pat Grelak and built in 2000. The course plays to 7,115 yards (74.8/143 rating) but there are three alternate sets of tees. Set in rolling woodlands, the course is both attractive and difficult. One can consider this a target golf course and features wetlands, dense woods and significant greenside bunkering. Unless one has a legit single digit handicap and is accurate in driving and approaches, pick a shorter tee box than normal.