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Raymond Floyd Signature Design

The Captain’s Club hails its name from the 1989 Ryder Cup Captain, RaymondFloyd. Floyd’s decades spanning golf career includes wins at the Masters
Tournament (1976), U.S. Open (1986) and PGA Championship (1969 & 1982). He was also inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989.
Our 18-hole course is a more than just named after Raymond Floyd, it was also designed by him and his team. Bringing his years of experience at different courses around the world, Floyd took a hands-on approach to the design and layout of our course that covers areas of both Genesee & Oakland counties.
Course construction was completed in 1993 with our golf operations starting in a small trailer and expanded with our clubhouse being finish in 1997, which included public access to a full restaurant, bar & event venue.

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Course Tour & Tips from Ray