Dearborn Country Club first opened for play in 1928. The course was designed by Donald Ross.
In 1966, the golf course was re-designed by golf course architect C.E. Robinson. The addition of knolls, valleys, lakes, and an overall increase in the size of the greens, resulted in what has become one of the most challenging, yet playable 18 holes of golf found in the State of Michigan.
Dearborn Country Club has hosted the "Tournament Players Championship", as well has having been host to two LPGA events. Players the likes of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Gary Player, Nancy Lopez, and Kathy Whitworth, have all played on the Dearborn Country Club fairways and beautiful greens.
The Dearborn Country Club Golf Course is a par-72 challenge that plays to 6,787 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 73.4 with a slope rating of 131.
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