Year founded: 1923
History: The Michigan Seniors inaugural individual stroke play tournament was held on October 24-25, 1923 at the Detroit Golf Club with forty players competing. J.E. Dubois of Red Run won the event with a score of 182.
The first Board of Governors was composed of one charter member from twelve Michigan clubs: Detroit Golf Club, Country Club of Detroit, Oakland Hills, Barton Hills, Red Run, Flint Country Club, Washtenaw Country Club, Kent Country Club, Highlands Country Club (Grand Rapids). Lansing Golf Club, Bay City Country Club and St. Joseph.
The late Glenn Johnson holds the all-time scoring record of 137, set in 1980.
Current membership: 450
Age requirement: 50 years of age or older
Cost of membership: $200 one-time initiation fee
Annual dues: $110
"Best Michigan Clubs" played: Oakland Hills (South & North), True North, Point O' Woods, Tullymore, Eagle Eye, Wuskowhan, LochenHeath, Franklin Hills, Barton Hills, Warwick Hills, Country Club of Detroit.
(Golf Digest ranking)
Current Member Clubs: Ann Arbor, Barton Hills, Battle Creek, Bay Harbor, Birchwood Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Country Club of Detroit, Country Club of Jackson, Country Club of Lansing, Crystal Downs, Dearborn, Detroit Golf Club, Edgewood, Essex, Flint Golf Club, Forest Dunes, Forest Lake, Franklin Hills, Gaylord Country Club, Gowanie, Great Oaks, Grosse Ile, Heathers Club, Hillsdale, Indianwood, Indian River, Kingsley Club, Kent, Knollwood, Lakelands, LochenHeath, Lochmoor, Lost Lake Woods, Maple Hill, Meadowbrook, Monroe, Mount Pleasant, Muskegon, Oakhurst, Oak Point, Oakland Hills, Oakland University, Orchard Lake, Paint Creek, Pheasant Run, Pine Lake, Pine River, Plum Hollow, Polo Fields, Port Huron, Prestwick, Radrick Farms, Red Run, Saginaw, Shanty Creek, St. Clair Shores, Stonycroft, Tam O' Shanter, TPC, Traverse City, Travis Pointe, True North, Wabeek, Walnut Creek, Warwick Hills, Watermark, Western.