Huron Hills is FootGolf Course is open for the year!
Huron Hills Golf Course is a beautiful par 67, 18-hole, 5,071-yard golf course located along the Huron Parkway, adjacent to Gallup Park. Huron Hills is perfect for beginners, juniors, seniors and families, while still providing a challenge for the experienced golfer. Established in 1922, this historic course is noted for dramatic elevation changes and views of the Huron River. The course is open from sunrise to sunset, from March through early December, and as weather permits through the winter months. To book a tee time, call 734.794.6246 or use our convenient online system. We also offer various specials, discounts, and events throughout the season, so golfers are encouraged to sign up to receive email notifications. Click here to see our scorecard.
City of Ann Arbor - Miles of Golf Championship Series
The 2016 Herb Fowler Junior Championship will be held Aug. 3-5 at Huron Hills Golf Course.
2016 Herb Fowler Junior Championship.pdf
2016 Huron Hills Spring Greens Fees
|Twilight (After 5 p.m.)||18-holes||$13||$22|
*Senior (60+) and Junior (17 & under) rates valid on weekdays only.
Weekday Sunrise Special - from 6:30 - 7:29 a.m. - 18 holes/cart $16
Weekday Early Bird Special - from 7:30 - 7:59 a.m. - 18 holes/cart $18.
Weekday Morning Special - from 8:00 - 10:59 a.m. - 18 holes/cart, $29 Adults and $22 for seniors/juniors.
- New Super-Twilight Family Special! - Every night 90 minutes before sunset (times will be posted at course) we will drop the price of walking twilight golf by almost 50%. That makes it $10 for walking twilight at Leslie Park GC & only $7 for walking twilight at Huron Hills. (Cart Fees extra is needed).
PLUS during the "Super-Twilight Time" - children (15 & under) can play for free with their paid parent (1:1 ratio please). See course for more details.
9 for $9 before 9 - anyone can walk 9 holes for $9 before 9 a.m.
The "Lucky 7" punch card - Play seven rounds of golf at either Huron Hills or Leslie Park, and the eighth round is free. Ask for the card the next time you play.
GAM Members & Students - Show us your valid college ID and get 15% off greens fees any day! *Not valid during twilight or other specials.
2016 Season Passes (are now being pro-rated for the year)
Huron Hills Golf Course offers multiple season pass options to fit your golfing budget.
Adult 7-day Pass - $695 *Valid 7 days per week at Huron Hills. This will also get you a discount for your golf carts at $6 for 9-holes and $12 for 18 holes at both courses.
Adult 5-day Pass - $595 *Valid Monday through Friday at Huron Hills.
Senior (60+) 5-day PLUS Pass - $395 *Valid Monday through Friday and weekends after 2 p.m. at Huron Hills.
Junior (17 & under) Play Pass - $100 *plus a play fee of $2 for each 9-hole round & $4 for each 18-hole round.
- HHGC Family Pass - $600 base +$100 per person on the pass (Min of 3 ppl) *Certain rules apply. What a great way for the family to play!
At Huron Hills Golf Course, we cater to golfers of all skill levels and ages. Got a little one or someone just learning the game? Want to introduce them to the game of golf in a non-competitive environment on a shorter, more enjoyable course? With our wee tees, families and beginners will have more fun, shoot lower scores, and enjoy spending time together on the golf course.
The wee tees are a shorter set of tees, designated by new brightly colored yardage/tee markers, located within the regulation front seven holes at Huron Hills. These tees are located 50 to 100 yards closer on each hole, plays 1,231-yards, with holes ranging from 67 to 294 yards. In this environment, parents and kids can play together on a set of tees to their ability, while having fun, learning the game, and creating a great bond!
In addition to the new tees, we provide juniors with a unique Wee Tee scorecard designed to make scorekeeping fun and easy for young golfers. A Wee Tee junior round costs $7, while an accompanying adult round costs $10.
Do you like playing golf? Do you enjoy the game of soccer? Then we have the sport for you - FootGolf! And starting this spring, it is coming to the City of Ann Arbor and Huron Hills Golf Course. This new sport is fun, easy to play, and something all ages can enjoy. FootGolf originated in the Netherlands and has spread over 16 countries throughout the world. Similar to golf, rules and etiquette remain the same. For game play, the players’ intent is to kick a #5 soccer ball into the hole in the least amount of strokes possible.
The 18 new FootGolf holes are integrated throughout the front regulation golf holes at Huron Hills Golf Course. The yardage of the holes are shorter than golf, but trust us when we say the challenge is greater. In the beginning test stages, the course won’t be open to FootGolfers until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday. During these times, when both golfers and FootGolfers are looking to enjoy a nice day outside, the two sports will be divided with FootGolf on the “front side” of Huron Hills and golf on the "back side" playing holes 8 to 18.
Tee times can be booked fourteen days in advance by calling the Huron Hills Golf Course at 734.794.6246.
FootGolf Specials -
Tuesday & Thursday are Kids Days! Children 15 & under can play free with a paid adult after 4 p.m.
Special Spring Rates: $10 for adults (9 or 18 holes) & $7 / $10 for children (9/18 holes).
Our FootGolf program will also accommodate birthday parties, student groups, fraternity/sorority events, soccer club fundraisers, leagues, corporate outings, and more! For more information, please contact Doug Kelly, Director of Golf, at email@example.com.
We offer a number of affordable instruction programs at Huron Hills for both adult and junior golfers. Visit the
Golf Instruction webpage for more information about upcoming programs. You can also register online for any of our instruction programs.
Huron Hills Golf Course is working on being certified by the Michigan Turfgrass Environmental Stewardship Program. MTESP certification requires the course to exceed requirements of environmental laws, protect water resources, and enhance the maintenance of turfgrass and open spaces. To see other ways the Leslie Park and Huron Hills golf courses are interacting positively with the environment, visit our golf course superintendent's blog at