7. University of Michigan Golf Course

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Officially opened in 1930, the University of Michigan Golf Course was one of America’s first collegiate layouts. Designed by Alister MacKenzie and renovated by Michigan graduate Arthur Hills, the 6,687-yard course sits on a hilly site near the main campus, making it easy for the school community to tee it up. The university also owns Radrick Farms, a private layout for faculty and staff.

Architect:Alister MacKenzie
Year opened:1930

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