At the Medalist, you’ll find a championship links-style 4½ star course that has been exquisitely etched out of a landscape of almost 300 acres of rolling wooded land and wetlands. You’re in South Central Michigan, but the terrain will carry you away in your mind to the state’s northwoods. The Medalist has hosted many prestigious statewide events including the 2001 Women’s State Championship, the 2010 Michigan State Junior Golf Championship, and the 2011 Michigan Junior State Amateur Championship. We have also hosted numerous USGA qualifiers including most recently United State Amateur Public Links qualifiers in 2009, 2010, and 2011. A day on our fairways is like a trip into the wilderness to play the game you love. Wild turkeys, deer, fox, sandhill cranes and even a rare white robin make their home here. There’s even a bird sanctuary right down the street. In the midst of this scenic location, you’ll be taking on a championship course created by Michigan’s own Bill Newcomb. His handiwork is a must-play for the serious golfer who will find intriguing doglegs, split fairways, and wetlands, and ponds to carry. But this is a course for all generations and all the family to enjoy. With five sets of tees available on each hole, players of every level can enjoy Newcomb’s handiwork. After you’ve experienced our winning style at The Medalist, golfing here will become your passion. And keep in mind, that The Medalist is an excellent location for your next golfing event. Call us today at (269) 789-4653 to book a tee time or click here to book online.
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