2017 Tour Events


Saturday, June 3, 2017


The Coyote Preserve Open


Coyote Preserve Golf Club

9218 Preserve Dr.
Fenton, MI  48430

1-810-714-3206


6912 yds., Par 71


Deadline to enter event: 10 pm, Sunday, May 28, 2017.

18th Hole, Coyote Preserve G.C.

(click on the image to go to the Coyote Preserve web site)

Coyote Preserve Golf Club is a spectacular Arnold Palmer design set in rolling terrain just west of U.S. 23 south of Fenton. It has numerous holes requiring carries over wetlands, ponds, and ravines. The greens are large and have many undulations, and are surrounded by many strategically placed bunkers. Many holes also wind through wooded areas.

Although the course isn't long by modern standards, the shot values of Coyote Preserve make its length irrelevant -- players will be extremely challenged in all aspects of their game from the first tee to the 18th green. The event at Coyote Preserve will certainly be one of the highlights of the Tour schedule.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Coyote Preserve Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 This Event Only
This event with two others
 This Event Only
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00 ea.
$100.00
$75.00 ea.


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Fenton, Michigan

Monday - Thursday, June 12-15, 2017


2017 Michigan Open Championship

Presented by LaFontaine Automotive


Prestwick Village Golf Club

136 Inverness
Highland Twp., MI  48357

1-248-887-1762


7,142 yds. Par 72


This event is conducted by the Michigan PGA

17th Hole, Prestwick Village G.C.

(click on the image to go to the Michigan PGA web site)

For the third year in a row, the Michigan Open Championship will be played at Prestwick Village G.C. in Highland. The Michigan Open is conducted by the Michigan Section of the PGA. To enter, please go to the Michigan PGA web site.

Prestwick Village Golf Club is a family-oriented club where golf is a passion. Prestwick Village encompasses 426 acres of natural rolling terrain, woodlands and picturesque lakes. This private club features an 18-hole championship golf course designed by internationally recognized golf course architect, Ron Garl. This unique Ron Garl design features a links style front nine, with rolling fairways and magnificent large greens. The back nine has a northern feel as the course winds through the woods and has challenging elevation changes. The signature hole 17 provides a breathtaking view from the tee box. The putting green is 100 feet below. Prestwick Village Golf Club provides an exhilarating experience for golfers of all abilities.

In order to play in the Michigan Open, players must have been residents of Michigan for a minimum of six months prior to entering. Unless exempt, players must qualify for the event in order to compete. For all information concerning the Championship, please see the Michigan PGA web site.


Directions:


Map of Highland, Michigan

Saturday, June 17, 2017


The Boulder Pointe Open


Boulder Pointe G.C. (Dunes / Bluffs)

One Champions Circle
Oxford, MI  48371

1-248-969-1500


7424 yds., Par 72


Deadline to Enter Event: Sunday, June 11, 2017

17th Hole, Boulder Pointe G.C. (Dunes)

(click on the image to go to the Boulder Pointe web site)

Boulder Pointe Golf Club is a relatively new golf course which is the centerpiece of a large housing development just west of M-24 in Oxford. The course is quite long, and water comes into play on a number of holes. Many of the holes are exposed, requiring players to deal with the wind, which in late May can be quite significant. The greens are large and undulating, and are strategically bunkered.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Boulder Pointe Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Oxford, Michigan

Saturday, June 24, 2017


The Copper Hills Open


Copper Hills G.C. (Jungle / Hill)

2125 Lakeville Road
Oxford, MI 48370

248-969-9808

6539 yards, Par 72


Deadline to Enter Event: Sunday, June 18, 2017

18th Hole, Copper Hills G.C. (Hill)

(click on the image to go to the Copper Hills web site)

Copper Hills G.C. is a beautiful semi-private golf course that offers an expansive up north Michigan feel. This challenging course features 27 holes with five sets of tees measuring from 4673 yards. to 6734 yards.

Set on 367 acres, Copper Hills offers pure golf with breathtaking views and natural wildlife encounters with deer, birds, turtles & more. The Hill nine offers the highest course elevation in SE Michigan. Rated top 10 public courses in Michigan by Golf Digest & rated top 100 courses in U.S. by Golf for Women Magazine.

Designed and built by Curtis Wright in 1997, the course was awarded #1 best newly designed course by The Detroit News.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Copper Hills Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Oxford, Michigan

Saturday, July 8, 2017


The Devil's Ridge Open


Devil's Ridge G.C.

3700 Metamora Road
Oxford, MI 48371S

1-248-969-0100


6754 yds., Par 72

Deadline to Enter Event: Saturday, July 1, 2017

10th Hole, Devil's Ridge G.C.

(click on the image to go to the Devil's Ridge web site)

Founded in 1995, Devil's Ridge Golf Club is one of the top ranked golf courses in Michigan.  Its 18 unique holes of championship golf will challenge even the most skilled player. Over 400 acres of woods, wetlands, and hills, along with a variety of wildlife, provide a relaxing, "up north experience" right here in Oakland County. An abundance of corporate events and tournaments grace our course year after year to relish in our amazing facility and a service staff that is second to none.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:

 


Entry Fees -- The Devil's Ridge Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:



Map of Oxford, Michigan

Saturday, July 15, 2017


The Brighton Open


Huntmore Golf Club

9595 Estancia Rd
Brighton, MI 48114

810.225.4498

7115 yards, Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Sunday, July 8, 2017

17th Hole, Huntmore G.C.

(click on the image to go to the Huntmore web site)

Huntmore Golf Club is a beautifully designed championship layout in a natural setting on 300 acres. Featured in the diverse landscape are the best greens in the area, gently rolling hills, hardwood forests, native wetlands, and natural lakes.

Huntmore was originaly known as '"The Golf Club of Michigan," and new ownership took possesion in 2008. The course has undergone many changes, which has greatly improved playability and course conditions.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Brighton Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Brighton, Michigan

Saturday, July 22, 2017


Shootout At The Fortress


The Fortress

950 Flint St.
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

1-989-652-0460


6813 yds., Par 72

Deadline to enter event: Sunday, July 15, 2010

7th Hole, The Fortress

(click on image to go to The Fortress web site)

The Fortress is a spectacular course set within the city limits of Frankenmuth, one of Michigan's most scenic and popular small towns. Designed by Dick Nugent, the course is superbly conditioned, and has a number of classic (and difficult) holes. Players will find the course memorable, and will find the back nine to be one of the toughest stretches of golf played on the Tour during the season. The course has been the site of numerous Michigan Open qualifiers, has has proven to be a very tough place to go low.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Shootout At The Fortress


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Frankenmuth, Michigan

Saturday, July 29, 2017


The Mystic Creek Open


Mystic Creek G.C. (Lakes / Woods)

One Champions Circle
Milford, MI 48380

248-684-3333


6802 yards, Par 72


Deadline to enter event:Sunday, July 23, 2017

8th hole, Mystic Creek G.C. (Lakes)

(click on image to go to Mystic Creek web site)

Mystic Creek G.C. is a beautiful and secluded course located in Camp Dearborn near Milford. Designed by Pat Conroy and Jim Dewling, the course consists of three nines, which are always in fabulous condition, and has a wide variety of holes ranging from wide open links style holes to tight tree lined holes and holes where water definitely comes into play. Players will find the course challenging, and it will take exceptional golf to return a score at par or better.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 12:20 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Mystic Creek Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Milford, Michigan

Saturday, August 12, 2017


The Benton Harbor Open


Lake Michigan Hills G.C.

2520 Kerlikowski Rd.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022

269-849-2722


6818 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Sunday, August 6, 2017

1st Hole, Lake Michigan Hills G.C.

(click on image to go to the Lake Michigan Hills web site)

Always rated at the top of the southwest Michigan public golf courses and the finest Benton Harbor golf course, Lake Michigan Hills Golf Club has consistently received a four star rating from Golf Digest's Best Places to Play rankings. Lake Michigan Hills is located in the Benton Harbor/St. Joseph area and celebrates over 40-years of golf service to the community. The course architect, Charles Maddox, Sr., treats the golfer with many elevation changes, generous tree-lined fairways, multiple tee options, and large undulated greens.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Benton Harbor Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Benton Harbor, Michigan

Saturday, August 19, 2017


The Jackson Open


The Grande Golf Club

1293 Floyd Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201

1-517-768-9494


7181 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event:Sunday, August 13, 2017

16th Hole, The Grande G.C.

(click on image to go to The Grande web site)

The Grande Golf Club is a Raymond Hearn design set in classic Michigan terrain containing both forests and wetlands. The course is well manicured with generous fairways and has distinct bunkering both in the landing area of drives and near the greens. The greens are very large and have numerous difficult pin positions. At 7,181 yards, players will need to hit a number of precise long iron shots to score well.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 2 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Jackson Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Jackson, Michigan

Sunday, August 27, 2017


The Hawk Hollow Open


Hawk Hollow Resort (Hawk Hollow G.C.)

15101 Chandler Rd.
Bath, MI 48808

517-641-4295


6974 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Sunday, August 19, 2017

18th Hole, Hawk Hollow G.C.

(click on image to go to Hawk Hollow web site)

Hawk Hollow G.C. is the original of two spectacular courses that comprise the Hawk Hollow Resort, located in Bath Township, just north of East Lansing. Designed by Jerry Matthews, the course is superbly conditioned, and has a number of classic (and difficult) holes. Players will find the course memorable, and will find the last two holes to be one of the toughest finishes of any course on Tour.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1:57 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- Hawk Hollow Open


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$185.00
$160.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Bath, Michigan

Saturday, September 9, 2017


The Twin Lakes Open


Twin Lakes Golf & Swim Club (Estates / Woods)


455 Twin Lakes Drive
Oakland, MI 48363

248.650.4550


6657 yards, Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Sunday, September 3, 2017

18th Hole, Twin Lakes G.C.

(click on image to go to Twin Lakes web site)

Twin Lakes Golf Club in Rochester Hills is a four star (Golf Digest Places to Play) Jerry Matthews designed golf course featuring wide sweeping fairways and huge contoured putting surfaces. This links influenced layout traverses mildly undulating terrain with numerous wetlands and water hazards along the way.

There are twenty seven holes on property - the new Woods nine opened for public play in 2006, and provides golfers with a Northern Michigan experience featuring elevation changes, rolling fairways bound by mature trees, and spectacular marshlands populated with herons and indiginous wildlife.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 1 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$175.00
$150.00
$100.00
$75.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Oakland Twp., Michigan

Saturday, September 16, 2017


The Eagle Eye Classic


Hawk Hollow Resort (Eagle Eye G.C.)

15101 Chandler Rd.
Bath, MI 48808

1-888-411-4295


7318 yds., Par 72


Deadline to enter event:Sunday, September 10, 2017

17th Hole, Eagle Eye G.C.

(click on image to go to Hawk Hollow Resort web site)

The 2017 Eagle Eye Classic will be played on one of the most difficult tests of golf in Michigan available for public play, Eagle Eye Golf Club. Designed by Chris Lutzke in collaboration with Pete Dye, Eagle Eye has several holes reminiscent of the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Florida, home of the Player's Championship on the PGA Tour. In particular, the 17th at Eagle Eye is an exact replica of the island green 17th at TPC Sawgrass. One of the characteristics of Eagle Eye is a number of approaches to greens set near water hazards, creating extremely challenging approaches.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 12 pm EDT. Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Eagle Eye Classic


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
 One Event
This event with two others
 One Event
This event with two others
$200.00
$175.00
$125.00
$100.00 ea.


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:


Map of Bath, Michigan

Sunday, September 24, 2017


The Michigan Players Tour Championship


Tullymore Golf Resort  ( Tullymore G.C. )

9900 St. Ives Drive
Stanwood, MI 49346

231-972-4837


7148 yds. Par 72


Deadline to enter event: Sunday, September 18, 2017

18th Hole, Tullymore G.C.

(click on image to go to Tullymore web site)

Tullymore Golf Club is a fantastic layout with a collection of holes unlike any other course in Michigan. Designed by Jim Engh, it has a very unique style of bunkering and mounding that makes the course stand out from all others. The course is superbly manicured, and has fairways that demand precise driving to set up reasonable approaches. The greens are somewhat small and extremely undulated, and you will need to hit approach shots accurately to get to certain pin positions. At 7,148 yards, players will need to hit it deep off the tee on many holes to have any kind of approach.

For an excellent review of the course (including pictures), check out the Two Guys Who Golf web site.

Tee times begin at 12 pm EDT Entry fees for this event are as follows:


Entry Fees -- The Michigan Players Tour Championship


Medal play competition -- 33% of field will receive a check.

Professionals
Amateurs
This event only
This event with two others
This event only
This event with two others
$225.00
$200.00
$150.00
$125.00


The purse will be determined by the number of players who enter the event.
See the Purses page for the breakdown of prize money based on the number of players.


Directions:



Map of Stanwood, Michigan