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Huron Hills Golf Course

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​Huron Hills Golf Course
3465 E. Huron River Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104 (directions)

Due to limited spring play, the online tee time system for Huron Hills is off-line. Please call the clubhouse for your tee time needs.

Thank you for your patience.  Tee-Time online

Phone: 734.794.6246

Doug Kelly, Director of Golf
[email protected]
Andrew Walton, Recreation Supervisor
[email protected]

Please do not use these emails to make or cancel tee-times. Adjustments to tee times must be done by calling the clubhouse directly. Thank you for your understanding.​ 

Please also visit our sister course:
Leslie Park Golf Course​

​Huron Hills is Open

​We are excited to show off the end result of a seven month stream restoration project throughout the golf course, but ask for your patience as it will tkae a few months to grow in. Currently we have all 18 holes open for play but four of our holes have either a temporary green or tee in use with areas of Ground Under Repair. 
We kindly ask for your patience during our grow in season. Call the clubhouse to make a tee time and for more information 734.794.6246.

 Masks are required indoors and around the clubhouse. We ask that you continue to remain 6 feet apart from others outside your household. Thank you.​

​Construction Update:

Please call the clubhouse at 734.794.6246 if you have any questions.

In September of 2020 the City of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County began collaborating on a project that consists of wetland creation and creek restoration to what will formally be called Benz Creek. There were a number of issues on the golf course, including stream channel erosion, periodic flooding, limited stormwater detention and limited water quality treatment.

Some of the many ecological goals included adding stormwater detention, phosphorus reduction and habitat improvement to improve the stormwater impact in the area. From a recreational standpoint, these improvements look to improve design, playability and reduce the impact of rain events. The course will be open throughout our spring 2021 grow in process and will have a varying number of holes available for play.

Construction is 90 percent completed and restoration and grow in are expected to be completed by this fall.

To combat COVID-19, especially while we are coming out of this pandemic, we will be adhering to the PARK & PLAY policy as recommended by the NGCOA. 

Please click here for details about PARK & PLAY program and the ways you can help while you are out here golfing.​

Scheduling Tee Times in 2021:
  • Advance tee times are strongly suggested by calling the clubhouse.
  • Golfers are no longer required to pay for all tee times at the time of booking.
  • On busier days, we have many singles looking for a game. You may be asked if they can join up with your group, but are not (at this time) required to let them. It will be your choice.
  • Please stay home if you are sick or are in quarantine.

​On Course:

  • Tee time intervals are 10 minutes.
  • There will be no ball washers, rakes and water coolers on the golf course until further notice. Please plan accordingly.
  • There will be increased sanitation of the on course restrooms.
  • Cups will be set up so that you can easily retrieve your ball. 
  • Flag sticks will be cleaned daily. Please do not touch them.
  • Please adhere to proper physical distancing guidelines and stay six feet (that's two club-lengths) apart.
  • You may not bring your own alcohol or beer onto the course. Breaking this rule is punishable with up to a $500 fine and removal from the golf course.

​The Clubhouse:

  • ​Clubhouses (including restrooms) are open but please note that anyone entering the clubhouse must wear a mask.
  • There are portable restrooms on the course are also open.
  • Food and beverage sales inside the clubhouse have started.
  • We are a city park and you may not bring your own alcoholic beverages onto either course.
  • No rental clubs or FootGolf soccer balls are available.
  • Please avoid sharing golf course accessories, such as tees, ball markers, divot tools and pencils.

​Golf Cart Use:

  • ​Two riders may once again share a golf cart. A maximum of two carts per tee time is enforced.
  • Physical distancing is expected at your cart as well as at the tee boxes and greens.
  • All carts must stay on cart paths around tees and green.
  • A2Golf staff will thoroughly sanitize golf carts after each guests use and will be tagged as clean.
  • When finished with your round, we respectfully ask each golfer dispose of all trash and garbage from their carts. ​

FootGolf at Huron Hills is closed:

​Due to construction on the course, we have lost four of our FootGolf holes and disrupted the hole by hole routing of play. Due to this, we have had to close the FootGolf Course. We apologize for any inconvenience. Any questions or comments can be made to our Director of Golf - Doug Kelly at [email protected].

Huron Hills Golf Course

​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. Once you're ready to register visit our online registration 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.

​A look into the past at Huron Hills G.C. 

"The flight winners and runners-up from the Ann Arbor Junior Golf Tournament make a happy group at the Huron Municipal Course.
The trophy holders are: (standing, left to right) John Malacos, First Flight winner; Al Campbell, First Flight runner-up; Don Fahlgren, Championship Flight runner-up, Reece Lopucki, Championship Flight winner; (kneeling) Doug Gross, Fifth Flight Winner; Bob Nickels, Fifth Flight runner-up; John Evaldson, Fourth Flight runner-up; Scott Pardon, Third Flight winner; Owen Fletcher, Second Flight winner, and Steve Gantt, Second Flight runner-up. Fahlgren also got the medalist trophy."​

The flight winners  runners-up  Ann Arbor Junior Golf Tournament 1969.jpg

2021 Huron Hills Greens Fees 

Advance tee times and pre-payment will be required until further notice. Please call or book online. Click to Book  - Huron Hills GC


*Sr/Jr rates not valid on

Weekends before 2 p.m.​

Twilight (currently 5 p.m.)​​18-holes​TBA

*Senior (60+) and Junior (17 & under) .

2021 Season Passes 

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.​
  • 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.

Riding (power cart) Membership
For $500 more, a current season pass holder can use upgrade their membership to use a power cart each time they play.  Ask the proshop for details and up-grade yours today! ​

Wee Tees

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.