In the 1960's the club's 75 stockholders decided to add another 9 holes to make the course a full 18 holes. With some changes to the original layout and adding a back 9 that wove its way through the pine forest and followed the AuSable river back to the clubhouse. The clubhouse also was new and provided for dining and multipurpose room with a fireplace. The bar and kitchen rounded clubhouse facilities and were set to overlook the deck. Locker rooms were provided for the convenience of members and guests.
The main feature was and is the golf course. It is par 70 track that rewards the shot maker. There are three sets of men's tees and one ladies. The golf course and clubhouse facilities are open to the public. With about annual 200 members the club is normally a busy and fun place all through the golf season, which last from late April until about mid-October.
During this period the club was incorporated as a not-for-profit Michigan corporation with 75 stockholders. Most of the club's property is within the city limits of Grayling. The land encompasses about 160 acres, 60 of which is dedicated to the golf course. Parts of the 16th. , 17th. and 18th. holes follow the historic AuSable river as it winds into downtown Grayling. Remnants of the circa 1800 sawmill and millpond that was used during northern Michigan's lumbering days can still be seen when playing parts of the back nine.
Governance of the club is provided for in bylaws. Nine elected directors meet monthly and a stockholder's meeting is conducted in September every year. Over time, the board of directors and stockholders have dedicated themselves to providing residents and visitors to the Grayling area a great golfing experience at a very reasonable cost. The golf course in meticulously manicured and the pride of the club's management. During long summer weekdays, leagues provide great fun for members and guests. The weekends are mostly dedicated to visitors to the resort areas of the Grayling and Crawford county.
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