The exclusive, private setting of the golf course remains the same 95 years after the founding of the club. The 71 par course, designed in 1922, by world renowned architect, Donald Ross. Each hole provides challenging yet player friendly opportunities for golfers of all skill levels. Players can select from 5 sets of tees on each hole based on their skill level and desired challenge. Golfers are required to think strategically as they work their way from the tee to the green. The key challenge lies within the subtle undulations of the greens and their championship speed and conditioning. Barton Hills is one of Michigan's premier golf facilities, serving as host to numerous national, state and local championships, including the 98th USGA Women's Amateur and the 22nd USGA Women's Mid-Am Championship.