- “World Class Golf” – Gary D’Amato – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/Golf Digest
- “My new favorite course in golf!” – Jack Berry – PGA Hall of Fame Golf Journalist
- #1 Course in Michigan – WJR Radio
- #2 Course in Michigan – Golfweek Magazine
- Top 100 course in
U.S.– Golfweek Magazine
- “Picking your favorite hole at Greywalls is like picking your favorite child – it can’t be done!” – Glen Turk – Pub Links/Midwest Golf Magazine
The Greywalls Course Details
The Greywalls course opened to rave reviews in 2005. Designed by Mike DeVries, the entire course is a natural wonder and a testament to the rugged beauty of the Marquette area. The course takes players through a wild ride and over a diverse but flowing variety of terrain: tumbling fairways, boldly contoured slopes, dramatic elevation changes, rolling and bunkered links land, and breathtaking panoramic views of Lake Superior. It’s a truly unique golf experience that has caught the attention of all the golfing world.
Course Designer: Mike DeVries
Golf architect Mike DeVries is a craftsman who insists on being personally involved with all aspects of golf course development, including feature shaping of the putting greens and bunkers. By being on-site consistently throughout the construction process, DeVries also enabled himself to continually study the land, reacting to previously unforeseen opportunities and improving upon his original design concepts. This evolutionary process inevitably results in a unique golf course of enduring quality.
A 1987 graduate of Lake Forest College in suburban Chicago (Business Administration), DeVries apprenticed with golf architect, Tom Doak, before going on to the University of Michigan where he earned his Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture in 1994. Following a stint as an on-site design coordinator with golf architect, Tom Fazio, DeVries designed and constructed four new golf courses including the Kingsley Club & Greywalls.
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Heritage Course Details
Heritage Course Details
The original nine holes were designed by William Langford and Theodore Moreau in 1926, and the second nine
Course Designers: William B. Langford & Theodore J. Moreau (1926) & David Gill (1969)
Architect William B.
The most well-known examples of their work include Lawsonia Links in Green Lake, WI, and Skokie Country Club in IL.
Stay & Play
Marquette Golf Club offers “Stay & Play” packages. We partner with a variety of local hotels and will ‘customize’ your package to fit your budget. Please contact us for further details.
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