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The private Kingsley Club, located 20 minutes south of Traverse City, is the second-best private golf club in northern Michigan. Jason Scott Deegan tells how -- and why -- to play it.
It may be the most interesting golf course in the state. Designed by Michael DeVries, a protege of Tom Doak, the 6,956-yard Kingsley Club in northern Michigan is a course where players have infinite options on how to play the holes. But if they hit in the wrong place, recovery can be at best difficult. It's a golf course you don't want to pass up if you have the opportunity.
Firm all-fescue fairways and the ever-present wind on a raw, exposed site give The Kingsley Club -- a 6,931-yard course near Traverse City -- its distinctive British Open feel. In 2010, Golfweek Magazine rated the course as the 19th-best modern course in America. The Kingsley Club just might be the most intriguing publicly accessible golf course in Michigan, Jason Scott Deegan writes.
The July 2007 issue of Golf Odyssey has been published and can be accessed here.
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