The Lipkowitz Legacy
   
 
The Lipkowitz name is synonymous with championship golf . . . and a spectacular golf course. 
    Grand Ledge Country Club is without question the ultimate expression of the uncompromising standards
in golf course design. With mature woods, majestic pine trees, and complimenting wide lush fairways, the
course is deliberately planned to be in perfect harmony with native Michigan landscape.
 
 
  For over half of a century, the Grand Ledge Country Club has been a great source of pride and the principle
 
driving force in the lives of the Lipkowitz family. After two generations and many decades
 
of work and care, it is now a proud and permanent part of Michigan's golf landscape.
 
 
     The course was designed in the late 1950's by the club's founder, Steven T. Lipkowitz.
 
That same philosophy lives on today as the passion of the founder's son and his wife, current owners,
 
Jim & Ann Lipkowitz. With maturity that only time provides, the course has evolved into a
 
true test of a golfer's game, all while maintaining a rare and refreshing level of playability.
 
 
     Its unique course layout brings to play all that Michigan golf has to offer native woodlands,
 
natural wetland areas, water and rolling slopes. The course ranges from a challenging 
 
6,387 yards with a slope rating of 124.  At 6,078 yards from the middle tees, you can experience an
 
enjoyable round, with wide expansive fairways, large greens, and multiple tees for every type of player. 
 
Grand Ledge Country Club is a golf course designed to test your skills and provides every golfer
 
with a memorable experience, again and again.