Nestled among 275 wooded acres and pristine marshland in South Central Michigan, you’ll find the Medalist Golf Club in Marshall, Michigan, a course you’ve probably heard about and have always yearned to play. We offer you a championship-level course, measuring almost 7,000 yards from the tips, designed by one of the area’s most renowned architects Bill Newcomb back in 1997 and 1998.
General Manager Lowell Weaver notes that as you start your round you can expect an easy introduction to the game. “The first three holes are relatively open; just grip it and rip it,” Weaver says. “They are very good warm up holes”. The 4th through 13th are tougher with lots of tests around every corner, including carries over marsh and wetlands. Then near the end of your round, starting with the 14th, you’ll find five great finishing holes that allow you to get aggressive and score.