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Welcome to Sauganash Golf Club

Sauganash Golf CLub

Sauganash Golf Club was established in 1924 and has continued to flourish for the past 90 years. This 18-hole layout winds over rolling terrain and hugs the scenic St. Joseph River. The course offers a good variety of tight driving holes on the front, and a challenging assortment of holes through the woods and bordering the rivers on the back. It's one of the few courses in the state that has been toured and touched by A.W. Tillinghast, the famous architect of Baltrusol, Bethpage and Winged Foot! Come play the tradition.

Sauganash Golf CLub

Sauganash offers a historical clubhouse with a large dining room, full kitchen and bar, and a variety of patios and decks. Golf outings are welcome. We can also host your reception (inside or outside), class reunion, seminar or meeting. Please visit the rest of our website for more information about the club.

Our Location

61270 Lutz Rd., Three Rivers, Michigan 49093 (269) 278-7825 

S augansh Golf Club is located at 61270 Lutz Rd., south and east of Three Rivers. From the center of town take M86 east towards Centreville, when you get to the VFW, M86 will veer left (east). Go straight (past the army tank). That's Lutz Road. Just go a mile and you'll see the golf course on your right. Can't miss it. Lost? Call (269) 278.7825 for directions. See you soon!

 

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