Marquette Golf Club
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1075 Grove St
Marquette, MI 49855-9443, United States
The Heritage original nine holes were designed by William Langford and Theodore Moreau in 1926, while the second nine holes were added by David A. Gill in 1969. The first nine sprawls out over gently rolling terrain, while the second nine plays over more dramatic slopes, offering views of Lake Superior. The public walking rate is $36; carts are $25.
The Greywalls course opened in 2005 with a design by Mike DeVries. This 18 plays over rather rugged and rolling terrain, with dramatic elevation changes in abundance and more views of Lake Superior. The regular season walking rate is $130.
UPGA and GAM members receive various discounts, as do guests of members. Shoulder season rates are also offered, as are memberships and stay-and-play packages.
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jhanson41 - 9/3/11
Heritage is a great value, well maintained, nice course. Greywalls is a brute, a little pricey for a non-member or non-guest of a member, but for member guest, well worth it. One of the hardest courses I've ever played.
mharwood - 5/8/11
Been a member here for the last two years, and both courses are excellent. The scenery and topography of Greywalls is hard to describe, just amazing. Both the Heritage and Greywalls courses are very well maintained and always a joy to play.
hayhor - 10/1/07
Unbelievable course. The views and condition are amazing. Playing from the grey tees is extremely difficult but worth it as the views are awesome. The way the course is cut out of the rock is truely a work of art. Could easily fetch $200 in a more populated area.
Best Score: 35*
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