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Fast Greens

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About Tecumseh Golf Club

In 1948, the Tecumseh Country Club (TCC) opened its doors in a thriving community. For over 75 years, many business professionals and their families gathered at the Tecumseh Country Club for a round of golf, a meal, or to chat with friends.

In 2011, Tecumseh Country Club fell on hard times during the great recession and was bought by the Hantz Group in 2011. After many years of success, the golf course was sold to Tim Simpson and renamed Tecumseh Golf Club.

Nestled in the quiet, picturesque area of Tecumseh, Michigan is the private golf experience known as Tecumseh Golf Club. Built by golf architect Leo Bishop as a getaway for local businessmen, Tecumseh Golf Club has maintained its relaxed and friendly atmosphere since 1948. If you enjoy pristine daily playing conditions, championship layout, friendly atmosphere, and service-oriented staff, then you will love the Tecumseh Golf Club.

The central focus is 18 holes of superbly maintained fairway and outstanding greens. At par 72 and 4 sets of tee positions (5400 yds to just over 6800 yds from the tips), this club welcomes all levels of golfers. A typical round takes 3 ½ hours to play and you won't feel rushed to finish. This beautiful course has willow, pine, maple, and hickory trees lining the fairways, and the well-maintained greens are fast and roll true.

Local member tip: Keep the ball below the hole.

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