Dearborn Country Club
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800 N Military St
Dearborn, MI 48124-1164, United States
313 561 4433
Located in historic Dearborn, Michigan, the Dearborn Country Club was founded and built by the legendary Henry Ford in 1925, as a "country club for his friends and employees". Donald Ross, respected golf course architect, designed the original 18-hole championship golf course on 160 acres set aside by Mr. Ford.
Procuring the services of world renowned architect Albert Kahn, Henry Ford built the spectacular English Tudor-style clubhouse that still graces the historic Dearborn Country Club property today.
Over the years, the Dearborn Country Club has hosted the Mazda Senior Tournament Players Championship and the Lady Stroh's Open. Distinguished golfers including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Gary Player, Nancy Lopez, and Kathy Whitworth have graced our manicured fairways and magnificent greens.
Average Hole Difficulty
Fournier - 9/8/09
Best Score: 73