Ann Arbor Country Club’s Superintendent, Jim Racine, is interviewed about the Ann Arbor Country Club golf course situated in the heart of the Loch Alpine subdivision. This 18-hole course, both picturesque and challenging to play, is a par-72 course design of 6,420 yards.
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4699 E. Loch Alpine Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48103
The Ann Arbor Country Club is very active in junior golf. The Junior Golf program at AACC has grown from 15 to 150 players and he has significantly increased participation in Club events through promotion of team and family activities.
The Club Golf Professional is Frank McAuliffe, III. Frank is a Class A PGA Member. The course is an optional membership to the 900 community home owners.
The Ann Arbor Country Club’s 6450-yard, par 72 golf course winds through the glacially sculpted hills of Loch Alpine, a subdivision community 10 miles northwest of Ann Arbor. The course is pretty lightly used, so getting a tee time is no problem and you can play 18 holes in under four hours.
At 543 yards (468 from the blue tees), the second hole is the longest one on the course, but No.6 is the most memorable, says club professional Frank McAuliffe. A 328-yard par-4, it requires golfers to negotiate two creeks, then hit a green that sits at the top of a 30-40-foot slope. McAuliffe teaches teaches lessons, offers guidance in the club’s fully-stocked pro shop and directs the junior golf program, which is about 100-golfers strong and has graduated several players into college golf programs.
All members get unlimited golf with no greens fees along with the opportunity to host events, play in leagues, scrambles and mixers. Golfers can rent carts (cart fees do apply) or walk the course and experience its many elevation changes firsthand.
The country club offers golf-only (as well as full and swim-only) memberships for equity members, newcomers, young members and businesses. An introductory golf membership is $2,800 and includes unlimited golf for family members and guests, plus five pool visits at guest rates. Equity members pay $299 a month for an individual golf membership or $393 a month for a family golf membership. Junior members (available if one adult member of the household is 35 or younger) get a 40 percent discount on monthly dues, and business members can add up to four associates for just $100 each, plus monthly dues. There’s also a neighborhood dining membership ($20 annual fee) that gives nearby residents dining room privileges and makes their kids eligible for the youth golf program.
For information about this subdivision and homes around the Ann Arbor area in Washtenaw County, call Kathy Toth and Team: 734-669-0337. We would love to give you the ultimate guide to Ann Arbor home buying in Loch Alpine and direct you to Dexter Schools movie and other community videos in Ann Arbor Real Estate video library.