Established in 1923, the Michigan Seniors Golf Association is about fellowship and friendly competition on Michigan’s premier courses. The “Michigan Seniors”, as it’s best known, consists of members of private golf clubs throughout the State who come together each season to play a series of two-man, better-ball events beginning in May and culminating in September with the two-day Fritz Adams Championships where both individual and team Champions are crowned.
The Michigan Seniors is for golfers of all abilities. Teams are flighted by handicap and players can select from three sets of tees. Prizes are awarded to the winners in both the morning and afternoon flights. If you don't have a regular partner, we can usually pair you up with someone of equal ability. Making new friends is one of the great advantages of belonging to the Michigan Seniors.
A social gathering follows golf at each event. Sometimes it's a coat-and-tie dinner, but more often it's a casual cocktail reception with hors d' oeuvres and food stations. In either case, the emphasis is on quality time spent with good friends who share a passion for the great game of golf.