Wuskowhan Players Club first opened for play in 1996. The golf course was designed by Rick Smith.
Wuskowhan takes its name from the Narragansett Indian word for "wanderer" â€“ also the name that tribe gave to the passenger pigeon. The now-extinct birds were frequently hunted by the Narragansett, and nested by the millions throughout the region in the 19th century.
Wuskowhan's history is grounded in a fundamental respect for both nature and the game of golf.
Wuskowhan was the first course in Michigan to be designated as an Audubon Signature Sanctuary, signifying its commitment to environmental excellence in the management of the land. In the design and construction of the course, all vegetation was either untouched or painstakingly restored to its natural state.
The course is playable from five sets of tees measuring 5,000 to 7,000 yards.
The course is available to members and their guests seven days per week from April through November. Starting times are never required and only four events are held annually, ensuring members and their guests the best possible experience with each visit.
Guest (cart not included), played on Saturday, June 2013 at 10am
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