Michigan Virtual Golf Show 2021: Washtenaw Golf Club

The 18th At Washtenaw

From Washtenaw Golf Club Owner/Operator Dave Kendall, PGA:

Dear Golfer and Friends of Washtenaw GC

As a lifelong golfer, I believe that a Golf Course should be a place where a golfer can get away from all the stress and worry of life, for a few hours. A place where you can enjoy the outdoors, get some exercise, and interact with friends or even compete without danger. In 2020, we saw an influx in the golf industry like never before with record rounds, renewed interest of those who stopped playing and new golfers approaching the game with enthusiasm. With Spring right around the corner, we look forward to what 2021 will bring.

Washtenaw Golf Club is a jewel of a Course, although open to the Public, it has that Country Club feel without the cost. Washtenaw Golf Club offers affordable Full Season Passes for the most avid Players, Weekday Season Passes that allow Weekend Play after 2pm on Saturday and Sunday and a seasonal cart pass is optional.

Additionally, to add to the excitement Washtenaw Golf Club has created the WGC 1899 CLUB. Designed for the person who plays Washtenaw Golf Club on a regular basis and is serious about golf, the WGC 1899 CLUB is a must. Washtenaw Golf Club has asked our close friends at Miles of Golf and Kendall Academy to partner with us and participate in the following list of season long savings. The benefits for WGC 1899 CLUB Members would apply at all 3 Businesses. Those who purchase the 1899 Club Membership will save on Season Passes, Food & Beverage, Pro Shop Merchandise, Lessons at Kendall Academy, Golf Fees, Cart Fees, FREE $50 Range Card at Miles of Golf, one FREE Round with one Guest, two week advance Tee Times, and for a limited time only, a discount on the 1899 CLUB MEMBERSHIP itself.

Wishing you great golf,

Dave Kendall, PGA Kendall Academy

Owner/Operator Washtenaw Golf Club

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