Course Architectural Summary

1929 Joseph Rosemen designed parkland style golf course with classic greens and bunker design. Mr. Roseman is the architect of over 100 golf courses and had a long affiliation with A.W. Tillinghast. He was also known for his technological progression of gas powered mowing units.

In the 1970’s the front nine changed 3 holes to accommodate an expansion of the practice facility. The 3rd hole became the starting hole and holes 2-5 were added as new construction. In 2004 the club retained the services of Mike Devries who is noted for Greywalls in Marquette, MI, Pilgrims Run in Grand Rapids, MI and the Kingsley Club just outside of Traverse City, MI in Kingsley. Mike has spent a good portion of his life as a member and player of top 10 rated Crystal Downs Golf Club were he first was inspired to look at a career in golf design.

What has been created by Mr. Roseman and then refined by Mr. Devries is a large acreage golf course, which fully utilizes the rolling hills of the Carl family farm to create a challenging and scenic golf experience.