N2K_5179 Fescue Lok w 7 DT.jpg Muskegon Country Club's beauty certainly comes from it's rolling terrain and fescue lined fairways. This Donald Ross gem is as enjoyable to play as it is to view. At 6,697 yards from the back tees, the golf course is relatively short which makes it very playable for the average player but the approach shots and difficult greens will challenge even the best players in the country. Muskegon Country Club, in true Donald Ross fashion, will reward the good shots and penalize the poor ones. There are no secrets out there, the Course and it's challenges are right in front you.

For a little history, Muskegon Country Club was originally laid out by Thomas Bendelow in 1908. In 1920, it was redesigned and renumbered by renowned golf NIK_5725.JPG course architect, Donald Ross. In recent years the course has undergone a few different changes and renumbering schemes, but has focused on retaining its roots.

In 2011, Golfweek Editor and Donald Ross Society expert, Brad Klein, walked the property and passed along his wealth of knowledge on how to get Muskegon Country Club back to it's original setting. Removing a few key trees was his biggest criticism, and MCC has slowly started to take action. With the golf course as good as it's ever been, Muskegon Country Club is excited for what the future has in store and all of the good golf ahead.

Everyday here at Muskegon Country Club, a challenge awaits you!

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