TPC Michigan

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TPC Michigan
Club information
Coordinates 42°18′N 83°12′W / 42.30°N 83.20°W / 42.30; -83.20
Location Dearborn, Michigan
Established 1990
Type Private
Owned by Club Corp
Operated by Club Corp
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Senior Players Championship (1991–2006)
Website http://www.tpcmichigan.com
Designed by Jack Nicklaus
Par 72
Length 6,966 yards

TPC Michigan is a private golf club located in Dearborn, Michigan and owned by ClubCorp.

The Jack Nicklaus designed championship golf course is a member of the Tournament Players Club network, which is operated by the PGA Tour. In 2007, the facility was sold to the Heritage Golf Group, but retained its TPC branding under a licensing agreement.[1] In April of 2014, TPC Michigan was sold to ClubCorp.

Between 1991 and 2006 TPC Michigan hosted the Ford Senior Players Championship, a Champions Tour event and one of senior men's golf's major championships.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TOUR forms alliance with Heritage Golf Group". PGA Tour. March 1, 2007. Retrieved 2009-11-14. 

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