Over the past 100-plus years, some of the most renowned architects in golf history have had an influence on the Club’s course—from Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. to Tom Bendelow and Donald Ross to the most recent renovation by Ron Prichard. Today, the course accommodates around 10,000 rounds of golf annually. Set among striking ravines that lead to Lake Michigan, Lake Shore’s golf facility includes a gorgeous 18-hole golf course, a driving range, putting greens, and a separate chipping practice area. The Golf Clubhouse, rebuilt after a terrible fire in the summer of 1994, features men’s and women’s locker rooms, plus indoor and outdoor dining. A new pro-shop and caddy/cart facility were built in 1999.
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