Cadillac C C - Cadillac, Michigan

Classic golf since 1910 -


Established in 1910, the Cadillac Country Club course is a 6017 yard, par 70 classic. Its big, beautiful trees and small greens provide a comfortable, yet challenging experience. The Cadillac Country Club is very highly regarded in golf circles, having hosted the Women's Michigan Amateur, the Northern Michigan P.G.A. Championship three times, and the Insurance Youth Classic State Finals three times. It has been described in Michigan Golfer Magazine as "A Cunning Classic." The Country Club staff provide a warm atmosphere and friendly service to help make your visit to Cadillac a memorable one.

Cadillac's signature hole is the par 3 sixteenth which plays over water from two separate teeing locations. This hole can be played anywhere from 120 to 170 yards. The green is sloped from back to front with bunkers on each side as well as beyond the back right corner. Winds can be difficult to predict here due to players teeing off in protected areas and playing to a green that has a wind tunnel effect at times. Players that overclub will face a green that severely slopes away while playing from uneven rough.