During early 1955 some people at Flint Golf Club began talking about the idea that there should be another private golf club in the Flint area. Demand for membership at the Flint Country Club was already greater than the facilities available. Therefore, late in 1955 or early 1956 on a Saturday afternoon, a group of five men met at Chuck Kelly’s house on Blanchard in Flint to start the wheels in motion to build another private golf course and club. These five were: Chuck Kelly, Homer Strahle, Bill Gregor, Ed Titus and Vic Ryden. Also present was attorney Bob MacDonald. (Official Site)
The 18-hole "Warwick Hills" course at the Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club facility in Grand Blanc, Michigan features 7,101 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.3 and it has a slope rating of 133 on Bent grass. Designed by Joe Lee, the Warwick Hills golf course opened in 1957.
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