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Metamora Golf & Country Club: Lapeer’s premier semi-private club

METAMORA TWP. — More member benefits, a remodel project and a growing membership all point to progress at Metamora Golf & Country Club. “We had a fantastic year and look for- ward to what’s ahead in 2016,” said Rick Fleming, club pro and general manager. Founded in 1990, the 18-hole, 72-par cham- pionship course is in its sixth year under lo- cal ownership.

“The facility is intended for the golfer who appreciates a good test of golf and enjoys the service and ambiance of a private golf club,” Fleming said.

The club offers amenities such as com- plete practice facilities, a full-service club- house that can accommodate up to 120 guests on its two levels, an Olympic-sized heated pool and golf lessons through the Pro Shop.

The 177-acre club offers services and ac-

“The facility is intended for the golfer who appreciates a good test of golf and enjoys the service and ambiance of

a private golf club.” – Rick Fleming, club pro/general manager

tivities for golfers, non-golfers and fami- lies. On the course, golfers of all experi- ence levels will find a rolling terrain that is challenging but a fair test of skill. De- signed by Don Childs and Associates, the parkland course offers exceptional shot value, design balance and aesthetics. Lady golfers at Metamora Golf & Coun- try Club will notice some improvements in the locker rooms starting this spring. “We are working on a remodel project to better serve our growing membership,” added Fleming. Also new for lady golfers in 2015 was the club’s first-ever women’s social league, which invited women golf- ers of all skill levels to drop in on Wednes- day evenings for 9 holes.

Fleming said the club will offer that once again this summer. Continuing to serve both members and guests is the club’s pavilion tent and patio that can ac- commodate up to 200 guests in the warmer months.

As Lapeer County’s only semi-private golf club, Metamora Golf & Country Club provides members with the events and atmosphere of a private club, while still allowing the public to play the course. In the past year, Metamora Golf & Country Club hosted fundraising events for local chari- ties such as the LEADER Fund, Kiwanis of Lapeer, Lapeer Optimists, Lions Bear Lake Camp, Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian

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Center, Frankie’s Friends, Oxford Baseball, Olivia, J. Murray Foundation, Hometown He- roes of Michigan, Lapeer Team Work, McLaren – Lapeer Region Foundation, Lapeer Hockey Association, Lapeer Skating Club, Murphy El-

ementary and The Lapeer City Police Officers Charitable Fund.

Contact the club to learn more about spe- cial membership promotions or for help in planning your next outing or event.

Play for FREE in 2016! 1600 Club Dr., Metamora Join Lapeer County’s Premier Semi-Private Golf & Country Club today.

Special 2 for 1 membership offer valid now until March 31, 2016*. Contact Rick Fleming at 248.342.1702 or visit for more info. *Must commit to membership through 2017. All dues for 2016 are waived. Pay only cart fees in 2016.

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