U-M Golf Course Ranked as America's 38th Most Fun by Golf Digest

Aug. 14, 2012

U-M Golf Course Information

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan Golf Course is listed 38th among America's most fun public courses in the United States according to a top-50 list in the September 2012 issue of Golf Digest Magazine.

The U-M Golf Course, which plays host to both men's and women's golf teams, was the highest ranked of all college courses across the country and was one of six courses located in the state of Michigan to make the list. Treetops (Gaylord, Mich.) comes in at ninth, Arcadia Bluffs (Arcadia, Mich.) ties for 17th, Forest Dunes (Roscommon, Mich.) is 26th, The Gailes at Lakewood Shores Golf & Country Club (Oscoda, Mich.) is 29th, TimberStone at Pine Mountain (Iron Mountain, Mich.) is 44th, and Elk Ridge Golf Club (Atlanta, Mich.) is 48th.

In addition to its latest ranking, the U-M Golf Course is listed No. 25 in the state (public and private) by Golf Digest (top 25) as well as No. 16 among public course in the state of Michigan (top 20) and the 15th-best collegiate campus course (top 30) according to Golfweek.

The U-M Golf Course was designed in the late 1920s by Alister MacKenzie and opened to the public in the spring of 1931. In the spring of 1994, the course reopened following a multi-million dollar renovation. The course is the regular home of the Wolverine Invitational and most recently hosted the men's 2012 NCAA Central Regional.

Contact: Tom Wywrot (734) 763-4423