Michigan Golf News |
May 18, 2007 - Vol. 7, No. 19
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THE NATURAL: CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF GREAT GOLF-JOIN US IN 2007
2007 Preview with Larry Bowden http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/naturalpreview/t
Web: Golf Packages http://golfthenatural.com
Video of The Natural Golf Course: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/
Spring Stay & Play packages start at just $69.95 per person/per night.
TREETOPS RESORT- CELEBRATING THE 20TH YEAR OF THE JONES MASTERPIECE
2007 Preview with Kevin McKinley http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/treetopsprevie
Web: Golf Packages http://treetops.com
Video: Robert Trent Jones and his Masterpiece: http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show21/
HARBOR POINT GOLF CLUB-SEMI PRIVATE
Summer Tee Times Now Being Booked on one of Michigan's Third Century Golf Courses
AMERICA'S VALUE GOLF DESTINATION
Golf Packages From $47.00 Per Day Santee, South Carolina
Web: Golf Packages http://www.santeetourism.com
Edited by Art McCafferty-Producer/Publisher, GLSP
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__/ MAY CALENDAR
__/ MGN ON THE ROAD
French Lick, Indiana
__/ NEW SHOWS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
Harbor Point GC with Shaun Bezilla
__/ STEVE FORREST ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ASGCA
__/ WE'VE GOT EMAIL
__/ MSU WOMEN'S TEAM STILL IN THE NCAA HUNT
__/ MARCH GOLF WEATHER GIVETH, APRIL GOLF WEATHER TAKETH AWAY
__/ MAGT STOPS AT EMU'S EAGLE CREST RESORT
__/ "CAN I PLAY THROUGH?"
__/ NUMBER OF CORE GOLFERS HIGHER THAN PREVIOUSLY REPORTED ACCORDING TO NGF
__/ UPCOMING MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION SHOWS IN 2007
__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE'S TOP 10 LISTS
__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION - GOLF COURSE PREVIEW
__/ COURSE PREVIEWS FOR 2007
Treetops- with Kevin McKinley
The Natural Golf Course at Gaylord with Larry Bowden
Lakewood Shores Resort with Craig Peters
Otsego Club wirh Mark Hogan
Manistee National- with Doug Bell
Santee, South Carolina
Shanty Creek Resort
Mississippi Golf Preview with George Herning
2007 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR-MAY
19-20 West Michigan Amateur, Candlestone Inn Golf & Resort. Belding
20 Michigan Hall of Fame, Eagle Eye Golf Club-Bath,
26 MIAGT at Shepherds Hollow GC, Clarkston
26 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Beacon Hill GC, Commerce Twp
31-June 1 MHSAA Golf Golf U.P Finals-Multiple Sites
MGN ON THE ROAD
Farmington Hills Golf Club
The San Marino Golf Course opened for business in 1963 and was purchased by the City of
Farmington Hills in 1978. As the city grew, so did its need for increased recreational
facilities. Thus, after acquiring some additional property in the late 90's, Don Childs
and Associates were brought on to build nine new holes, remodel the former nine and create
a new area for golf instruction. Added to the mix was a the construction of a new
clubhouse and an underground tunnel to connect each of the nines.
We met with Don Childs and his chief designer John Zaliagiris to check out their work and
also get a little more acquainted. Childs and Associates have been active for more than
30 years and have worked in five states. Of note in Michigan, is their work at Cattails
GC in South Lyons, City of Flint's four courses, Gaylord CC, Michaywe Pines in Gaylord ,
Maple Leaf GC in Linwood, Stony Creek GC and Wawonowin GC in Ispheming.
They also had the opportunity to remodel their earliest work, Michaywe Pines It is rare
when an architect can revisit their early work to bring a course into a new generation of
golfers. Childs originally built Michaywe Pines 30 years ago. They added new tees did
some bunker work and also enlarged a pond on the finishing hole.
They are currently finishing up work on a 27-hole facility near Cleveland and then like
other golf architects are looking around for new work.
French Lick Resort
This fine old lady has been given the ultimate "Nip and Tuck" job that cost her
news owners somewhere north of 380 million dollars. We won't find out the total until
Pete Dye completes his "Swan Song" course in late 2008 or Spring 2009.
The front nine of the Tom Bendelow course has given way to the casino at French Lick. The
back nine has been remodeled, in the spirit and name of Tom Bendelow and is scheduled to
open this summer. There will also be a state of the art golf instruction area, headed up
by Mike Kerby. While plans are not final, there is some discussion with Golf Digest in
making it one of their schools.
Formerly known as the "Hill Course", the Ross Course has recently undergone a
4.6 million dollars restoration project. The last time we were here, Director of Golf Dave
Harner had the original design work from Ross displayed on the club house walls. The
restoration followed those original plans and has returned the course to Donald Ross'
early vision. Plus, they have added another 450 sprinkler heads, rerouted the cart paths
to make them less intrusive, returned the greens and tees to their more traditional
squared look and 35 bunkers were added back to the course.
This was also the venue for the 1924 PGA Championship, which Walter Hagen won on the final
hole, beating Englishman, Jim Barnes. Betsy Rawls won the 1959 LPGA Championship and
Mickey Wright won it the following year.
Dave Harner has the original napkin that Pete Dye used to describe how he was going to
convert Mt. Airy, the second highest peak in Indiana to a world championship golf course.
At the top of the second highest peak in Indiana, stands the mansion of former owner of
French Lick Resort, Thomas Taggart. The mansion will be turned into a guest house for the
We are preparing some of the video we shot for a future Michigan Golfer Television show.
This promises to be on the scale of the work Dye did at Whistliing Straits, sans the
water. Chris Lutzke is Pete Dye's man in charge on this project. Lutzke, who also did
Hawk's Eye in Bath, is partnered with Paul Albanese and are also currently wrapping up
Sweetgrass in Escanaba.
There are 443 guest rooms in the original French Lick Hotel, all of which have been
outfitted with completely new furnishings. They have a 109,000 square-foot conference
center, full service salon and spa and a new indoor outdoor pool complex and fitness
West Baden Springs Hotel was originally named the "Mile Lick Inn" in 1850. The
original structure burned down at the turn of the 20th century and the owner, Lee
Sinclair, took the insurance money and built a world class hotel complete with the world's
largest free-span dome. The record for a domed building was finally beaten by the Houston
Astrodome, almost 60 years later.
French Lick is back and it is a destination to put on your to do list in the future.
You might also want to view a show we did there about four years ago, entitled "The
Caddies at French Lick" It is a fun show that will help you understand some of the
early days at the resort. http://michigangolfer.tv/2003shows/show3/index.html
NEW SHOW ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
Harbor Point Golf Club
We are very pleased to bring you the World Premier of our Harbor Point Golf Club show. We
had lots of fun discovering the rich history of this course in our conversations with Head
Professional, Shaun Bezilla. This is one of seven Michigan golf courses that are into
their 3rd century. As we mentioned in an earlier note, the others are 1895 Wequetonsing
Golf Club (Private), 1896 Harbor Beach Golf Course, 1898 Les Cheneaux Golf Club, Saginaw
Country Club, Wawashkamo Golf Club and 1899 Washtenaw Country Club (Private).
Our video begins with some early golf photos and then harkens back to the opening of the
course in 1896. Our narrator, Shaun Bezilla, talks about how the course was built back in
the days before the availability of motorized vehicles. We have video of a team of horses
working the ground to build a golf course, just as they did when this course was built in
1896. Bezilla then takes us for a quick tour of the course as he selects four holes for
us to view. This is a special show and we hope you enjoy it.
STEVE FORREST ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ASGCA
Steve Forrest, a Toledo, Ohio-based golf course architect, was elected President of the
American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) at the organization’s recent 61st
Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Ga.
Forrest, who has served as an ASGCA officer for the past three years, will also chair the
ASGCA Executive Committee. Other members of the Executive Committee include Bruce
Charlton, Palo Alto, Calif., Vice President; Doug Carrick, Don Mills, Ontario, Canada,
Treasurer; Erik Larsen, Orlando, Fla., Secretary and Greg Muirhead, Montclair, N.J.,
Immediate Past President.
Steve Forrest has worked with Toledo-based golf course architect Arthur Hills since his
college days at Virginia Tech as a landscape architecture student. He joined Hills’ firm
full time upon graduation in 1979, and the firm was reincorporated as Arthur Hills/Steve
Forrest and Associates in 1999. Among the notable layouts recently designed by Forrest are
The Links at Lighthouse Sound, Ocean City, Md.; Red Hawk Run, Findlay, Ohio; Sand Golf
Club, Jonkoping, Sweden; The Journey at Pechanga, Temecula, Calif. and White Clay Creek
Country Club, Wilmington, Del.
For more information about ASGCA, including a current list of members, log on to the ASGCA
website at http://www.asgca.org or call 262/ 786-5960.
WE'VE GOT EMAIL
Enjoyed your review of Stuart Bendelow's book on his uncle in the Spring issue of Michigan
Golfer; I've added an "Evaluative Review" note tag to the TGIF record for the
book -- which you can see noted below. In fact, if you ever want to add a link from Golf
News or the magazine, etc., directly to our records for any design/maintenance books/items
you discuss, please feel free to do so. One of the neat things users can then do is click
on a link to identify nearby libraries which own the book (if any, that is....), sorted by
distance from where they are. In this case, unfortunately, there's only two libraries so
far in Michigan which apparently own the Bendelow item, including MSU.
Every TGIF record has one of these 'deep links' to go directly to a specific item within
the database. They're 'public' and can be used by anyone in the world. They're also
pretty easy to figure out -- if you ever want to use them please do and let me know if
you have questions. Another example would have been for your discussion about The Works
of Art :
Always enjoy your good writing and interviews, especially when they're about design &
Turfgrass Information Center
Michigan State University Libraries
MSU WOMEN'S TEAM STILL IN THE NCAA HUNT
ANN ARBOR – For a while on Saturday, it looked like the 20th-ranked Michigan State women’s
golf team’s season might end in the NCAA Central Regionals for the second straight
Sophomore Holly Niederkohr (Marysville, Ohio/Marysville) said she could remember the team
falling five strokes short of the NCAA Championships last year as the team struggled.
Senior Heather Rose (Chillicothe, Ohio/Chillicothe) said she was afraid she was playing
her last collegiate round, as the Spartans were in danger of not finishing in one of the
top-eight slots needed to earn a bid to the NCAA Championships.
However, back-to-back birdies on the par-4, 357-yard No. 17 by junior Sara Brown (Tucson,
Ariz./Salpointe Catholic) and senior Rachel Meikle (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) helped the
Spartans clinch the school’s eighth bid to the NCAA Championships with an eighth-place
finish in the NCAA Central Regionals at the University of Michigan Golf Course. The
Spartans finished with a three-day score of 49-over-par 901 (295-295-311), five strokes
ahead of ninth-place finisher Arkansas.
“I just kept telling the team to grind it out,” Michigan State head coach Stacy
Slobodnik-Stoll said. “Sometimes out here, bogeys are fine. They all hung in there and
that’s why we’re in the eighth slot.”
The Spartans entered the final round in seventh-place, two strokes ahead of both Arkansas
and Arizona. Arizona fired a final round 293 to jump to fifth place while Arkansas
finished the final round with a 30-over-par 314, three strokes behind the Spartans’ final
round 311. Southern California earned the regional title with a three-round total of
17-over-par with Georgia, Texas Christian, Indiana, Arizona, Vanderbilt and Tennessee also
earning bids to the NCAA Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla., with the four-round
tournament beginning Tuesday, May 22.
Taken and edited from an MSU SID release/
MARCH GOLF WEATHER GIVETH, APRIL GOLF WEATHER TAKETH AWAY
After an increase in golf rounds played in March wiped out a double-digit decline in the
first two months of the year, Golf Playable Hours (GPH) in April fell 23% for the month
versus April 2006, according to Pellucid Corp. Pellucid said that April_s poor weather
will likely have a major impact on April rounds played. Those figures, compiled by both
Golf Datatech and NGF, will likely be down 10% or more for the month and drag the
year-to-date numbers further into negative territory
The year-to-date GPH through April fell 10% versus a year ago.
Performance across Pellucid's 24 weather-based regions varies but the breadth numbers show
how widespread the carnage was, with 13 of 24 regions showing declines of 2% or more for
the month. This puts the year-to-date breadth ratio (favorable to unfavorable) at 6:16
with the remaining two regions in neutral territory
Interested parties can find more information on Pellucid's weather capabilities at
www.pellucidcorp.com. For more specific information on the Regional Weather Impact
Tracking report and to receive a free sample, interested parties should contact Jim
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MAGT STOPS AT EMU'S EAGLE CREST RESORT
Tim Williams from Clifford playing in the A Flight shot a 79 with one birdie to take home
the title. 2nd place in A flight went to Mike Glasgow (83) and third place went to Jon
Thomason (83) with a scorecard playoff. Larry Krass of B flight had a great day shooting
79 against a tough Eagle Crest Golf Course. Tim Skufca in his first MIAGT tournament shot
81 to win the Championship flight. Dustin Burns of Richmond took home his second
consecutive D flight trophy with a 92 including 2 birdies. C Flight had Fred Burkhardt of
Lapeer taking first in a scorecard playoff over Dilip Joshi from Livonia both shot 93
while David Beaulieu of Shelby Township took third with a 94.
Tim Skufca (Royal Oak) - Championship Flight 81
Tim Williams (Clifford) - A Flight 78
Larry Krass (Farmington Hills) - B Flight 79
Fred Burkhardt (Lapeer) - C Flight 93
Dustin Burns (Richmond) - D Flight 92
For information visit http://www.miagt.com
HALL OF FAME TO OPEN NICKLAUS EXHIBIT
The World Golf Hall of Fame will unveil a special exhibit that celebrates the stories of
Jack Nicklaus’ career in golf and his successful career and life off the course.
"Jack Nicklaus: Golf’s Golden Champion" will open in conjunction with the 2007
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Nov. 12 and will remain on display for one year.
The exhibit will showcase artifacts, memorabilia, photos, video and text. It also will
delve into the important role family has played in his career, the time and resources he
and his wife Barbara have devoted to charitable causes, his personal interests, hobbies
and business endeavors around the globe.
In addition to Hubert Green and Curtis Strange, the 2007 hall of fame class is expected to
include Se Ri Pak, who has met the LPGA points criteria and is scheduled to fulfill the
final requirement for Induction when she plays in her 10th event this season.
Additional announcements for the 2007 Class of Inductees are planned for the U.S. Open at
Oakmont Country Club and The Open Championship at Carnoustie.
Taken and edited from a HOF release
GRAND VALLEY TO HOST NCAA GOLF FINALS
The Meadows Golf Club at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Mich., has been named
the host venue for the 2007 NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championship. The event will mark
the sixth NCAA Division II national championship to be held at the Michael
Hurdzan-designed course. The 2006 Division II Women's Championship will be held this May
at The Meadows, the fourth time that event has been held in Allendale.
The Meadows hosted the 2001 NCAA Div. II Men's Championship, which was won by West
Florida. The 2007 event will be held May 23-26 and be conducted as a 72-hole medal play
championship. The par-72 layout stretches out to 7,034 yards from the championship tees.
For more information about The Meadows, call 616/895-1000 or visit www.gvsu.edu/meadows.
"CAN I PLAY THROUGH?"
A man was about to tee off on the golf course when he felt a tap on his shoulder and a man
handed him a card that read "I am a deaf mute. May I play through, please?"
The first man angrily gave the card back, and communicated that "No, he may NOT play
through, and that his handicap did not give him such a right."
He then teed up his ball, and with a mighty swing of his pitching wedge lobbed the ball
right on the green for a par 3.
Just as he was about to put the ball into the hole he was hit in the head with a golf
ball, laying him out cold.
When he came to a few minutes later, he looked around & saw the deaf mute sternly looking
at him, one hand on his hip,
the other hand holding up 4 fingers.
Thanks and a Tip of the Tam to our jokemeister, Dr. Jack Minzey for sending this along.
NUMBER OF CORE GOLFERS HIGHER THAN PREVIOUSLY REPORTED ACCORDING TO NGF
Jupiter, Fla. – According to a new national study of golf participation in the U.S., the
number of Core golfers (adults age 18+ who play eight or more rounds a year) is higher
than previously reported. The Core golfer number is estimated to be 15.0 million as
compared to a figure of 12.5 million published by NGF a year ago.
The study also found that the number of junior golfers increased between 2005 and 2006,
from 4.4 million to 4.8 million kids ages 6 to 17. The overall number of golfers for 2006,
counting anyone age 6 and above who played at least one round of golf during the year, is
estimated at 28.7 million, down 2.0% from the prior year.
The research study was done as a joint effort of the newly formed USA Sports Participation
Study, a collaboration of four associations that have been doing sports and fitness
participation research separately for a number of years: Sporting Goods Manufacturers
Association, National Golf Foundation, Snowsports Industries America and the Outdoor
In February 2007, the partnership surveyed a random sample of 60,169 individuals from the
online panel of Synovate, a leading market research firm. Respondents were asked about
their participation in 114 fitness activities and sports, including golf. The data was
statistically weighted (by gender, age, income, etc.) to reflect the total U.S. population
age 6 and above.
"This year’s study is superior to ones we’ve done in the past, primarily due to the
larger sample size of 60,000," says NGF president and CEO Joe Beditz. "This
larger sample gives us a more detailed view of the American golfer than we have ever had,
and we also have better information on other sports and fitness activities that golfers
UPCOMING MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION SHOWS IN 2007
French Lick Resort's Renaissance-with Dave Harner
Hemlock Golf Course-with John Kennedy
Ireland's Ryder Cup-with Susan Bairley and Mike Biber
Jack Berry and the PGA Lifetime Journalism Award-with Tom Dreesen
Masters Major Achievement Award-with William Porter Payne and Craig Heatley
Native American Cup III-with Henry Boulley Jr.
Santee-Cooper Golf-with "Shot" Shuler and Bob Peebles
Dave Hill-with Jack Berry
The Michigan Golfer Television Channel http://michigangolfer.tv
YTD 643,897 viewers (Stats are for the past 13 months)
SPRING ISSUE OF THE MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE NOW ONLINE
Vol 25. No. 1
Jack Berry and the PGA Lifetime Journalism Award-By Terry Moore
Mike Biber and Osprey SA by Jack Berry
Gaylord Golf Mecca Celebrates its 20th Anniversary-Art McCafferty
Tom Bendelow Remembered-Art McCafferty
President Ford Left His Ski and Golf Legacy at Beaver Creek-by Mike Shiels
Treetops Resort http://treetops.com
The Natural http://golfthenatural.com
Sullivan Golf and Travel http://www.sullivangolf.ie/
Santee Tourism http://www.santeetourism.com
MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION - GOLF COURSE PREVIEW
Larry Bowden, course owner and one of the original members of the Gaylord Golf Mecca, is
celebrating the 15th anniversary of his Jerry Matthews course, The Natural http://michigan
golfer.tv/2005shows/natural/ Take a moment to check out what Bowden has to say about what
is coming up this year. Lots and lots of excitement.
Mark Hogan brings us up to date with the changes at the Otsego Club, along with his
thoughts on playing both The Tribute and The Classic. The new Osprey management team, has
begun to make some dramatic improvements at the club and is looking forward to a great
Kevin McKinley, the new Director of Golf at Treetops, has jumped into the job with both
spikes. In our preview of the 2007 Treetops season video, McKinley lets his audience know
what they can expect under his reign. With the warming temperatures, McKinley, has put
away his skis and hosting duties of the Amazing Race, to give golf his total attention.
Amazing Race http://michigangolfer.tv/miskier/season_6/amazingrace/
Host professional, Doug Bell, chats about the upcoming season at Manistee National.
Manistee National, which features 36 holes of golf and lodging, is one of the courses in
the Osprey Recreation Group.
Lakewood Shores Golf with Craig Peters
Craig Peters and his staff at Lakewood Shores Resort offer a plethora of great golf
packages. In our video, Peters chats about what the golfer will experience in the golf
getaway land of Oscoda. The latest ratings from Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, continue to
point to the excellence of both the Gailes and Blackshire courses .
MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE'S TOP 10 LISTS
GOLF COURSE VIDEOS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
Buck's Run with Jerry Matthews
Rose Creek-with Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest
Timberstone @ Pine Mountain with Jerrty Matthews
The Bull at Pinehurst with Jack Nicklaus
The Loon with Mike Husby
The Majestic at Lake Walden with Jerry Matthews
The Natural at Gaylord with Jerry Matthews
True North with Jack Berry and Jim Engh
The Tribute with Gary Koch, Rick Robbins and Keith Gornick
Harbor Point GC
2007 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR
1 MHSAA U.P. Finals-Multiple Sites
1-2 MHSAA Girls L.P Golf Finals-Multiple Sites
2 MIAGT at Hunters Ridge GC,Howell
4-7- 6th Michigan Women's Senior Amateur-Gaylord Country Club
5-6 Michigan Players Tour -Shepherd's Hollow GC, Clarkston
8 4th Annual E-Gridiron Group Golf Outing, Eagle Crest Resort
Register at http://emueagles.com
8 Bell's Golf Tournament, Thornapple Creek GC
8-9 Michigan Open Pro-Am, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme
9 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Black River CC, Port Huron
10 President’s Stroke Play Tournament Fieldstone GC , Auburn Hills
11-12 Michigan Players Tour -Angel's Crossing ,Vicksburg
11-14: Michigan Open Championship Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme
15 Orchard Lake St. Mary's 55th Annual Flounder's Day, Friday 7:00 a.m. to Midnight
For tickets for more information call (248) 683-0411
16 MIAGT at Twin Lakes GC, Oakland
12-13 9th GAM Women's Mid-Amateur -Edgewood Country Club
19 Michigan Players Tour -Angel;s Crossing, Vioksburg
19-23 96th Michigan Amateur-Red Run Golf Club
23 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Mulberry Hill GC,Bloomfield Hills
25-27- 29th Michigan Girls Junior State Amateur -Owosso Country Club
26-27 Michigan Players Tour -The Ravines, Saugatuck
26-7-1 Buick Open, Warwick Hills G & CC, Grand Blanc
28-30 The Hickory Open, Belvedere CC
30 MIAGT at Devils Ridge GC, Oxford
3 Michigan Players Tour -King's Challenge GC, Cedar
7 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Dunham HIlls GC, Hartland
10-11 Michigan Players Tour -Grand Traverse Resort-Acme
10-14 91st Michigan Women's Amateur Egypt Valley Country Club
14 MIAGT at Captains Club GC, Grand Blanc
14 Michigan Women's Open Pro-Am, Crystal Mountain Resort
http://crystalmountain.com , Thompsonville
16-18 Michigan Women's Open Crystal Mountain Resort http://crystalmountain.com ,
16-19 29th Michigan Junior State Amateur Prestwick Village Golf Club
17 Michigan Players Tour -Lakewood Shores Resort, Oscoda
21 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Copper Hills GC, Oxford
24 5th GAM Junior Two-Person Team-Great Oaks Country Club
24-25 Michigan Players Tour -Otsego Club, Gaylord
28 MIAGT at Cattails GC,South Lyon
28-29 2-Day State Championship Hunters Ridge GC , Howell
30-8-5 105th Western Amateur, Point O'Woods G&CC, Benton Harbor
31 Michigan Players Tour - Yarrow Golf and Conference,Augusta
6-7 86th GAM Championship -Walnut Hills Country Club
7-8 Michigan Players Tour -Thousand Oaks, Grand Rapids
9-10 Michigan State Junior Golf Championship, Shanty Creek Resort
10-12 The Club Men's Golf Championships, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme
11 MIAGT at The Majestic GC, Hartland
13-14 16th GAM Women's Championship- Saginaw Country Club
14 Michigan Players Tour -The Grande, Jackson
16 MGCOA Golf Outing and Supplier Day, Gull Lake View, Augusta
18 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Greystone GC, Romeo
21-22 Michigan Players Tour Canadian Lakes, Stanwood
25 4-Woman “Trifecta” NEW EVENT "War Of The Leagues" Salem Hills GC
24-26 MPSGA State Seniors Open Amateur Championship, Hawk Hollow and Eagle Eye,
25 Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Devil's Ridge GC, Metamora
25 MIAGT at Boulder Pointe GC, Oxford
27-28 11th GAM Women's Senior-Grand Traverse Resort - Spruce Run
28 Michigan Players Tour - UAW Black Lake, Onaway
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