Course has a great history and the staff was superb and friendly, but the course was not in the best of shape. Could be the hot summer took its toll and the greens were recently aerated. It as interesting though to know you are playing a course that was basically requested by Edison and hosted Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Gene Sarazen and built by Donald Ross. It was like playing the British Open in one of those open field course without the wind and rain. Narrow fairways, fluffy rough in the first cut and deep grass after that to play in.
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