About Our Golf Course
Our city-owned, 18-hole golf course was designed in 1973 by golf course architects W. Bruce Matthews and Jerry Matthews (past president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects). The course opened for play on May 19, 1975. The course was designed to appeal to golfers of varying ages and abilities and is one of the busiest 18-hole municipal courses in the state. The St. Clair Shores Golf Club rests on approximately 100 acres with four sets of tees measuring from 4,848 yards (forward tees) to 6,015 yards (back tees).
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