| Michigan Seniors
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 both team and individual championships over the two-days of the Dr. Fritz Adams Championships.
The Michigan Seniors is for golfers of all abilities. Teams are flighted by handicap and players can select which of three sets of tees they’d like to play. Prizes are awarded for low gross and low net in the Championship flight and for first and second places in all other flights at each event.
A social gathering is part of every event as well. Sometimes it’s a coat-and-tie dinner but mostly it’s a casual cocktail- hors d’ oeuvres reception following golf. And while some of our members often play with a regular partner, others prefer to enter as singles and be matched with a player of similar ability from another club. Many new and lasting friendships have been formed this way.