Another old course in the Detroit area that’s stood the test of time is Dearborn Hills. It opened in 1923 and was designed by Robert Herndon.
You won’t need to hit many drivers at Dearborn Hills. It measures less than 4,500 yards and plays to a par of 60.
As you’d expect, what this course lacks in lengths it makes up for in character and quirks. The fairways are narrow and large trees overhang certain parts of some greens. The latter calls for some serious creativity on your approach shots.
A great place for a casual round and a great value, don’t hesitate to give Dearborn Hills a try.