Dearborn Hills is celebrating its 100th anniversary and we want you to join us!
Robert Herndon, a Dearborn native, was already a prominent builder and developer when he secured the land, arranged the financing, and oversaw the design and constructed the course in the early 1920s.
Robert Herndon’s Dearborn Hills Golf Course, as it was then called, opened in the late spring of 1923, several years before the City of Dearborn—as we know it today—was created, and was the first public golf course in Michigan.
Herndon operated the course for six decades, and after he died in 1986, hiswidow deeded the course to the City. Dearborn subsequently invested nearly five million dollars to redesign and upgrade the course in the early 1990s.
Tee off with us on Friday with discounted golf, pro shop sale, and happy hour. Then on Saturday see Sunglasses after Dark LIVE at 7 PM and grab a bite to eat at Keaiks food truck. Finally, end the weekend with a relaxing day of golf. Come celebrate a weekend of friends, food and music. We'll see you on the green!