Eagle Eye Golf Club is the newest addition to the mid-Michigan golf-scene and host site, along with Hawk Hollow, of the Michigan PGA Championships since 2008. Rated 27th best public course in the nation and 4th best in Michigan by GollfWorld magazine subscribers (September 2009). Designed by Chris Lutzke in collaboration with Pete Dye, Eagle Eye is also the home course of the Michigan PGA. From the back tees at 7308 yards, the par 72 Eagle Eye can lay as long and difficult as any course in the country. At the same time four other sets of tees (6731, 6490, 6107 and 5151) and generous landing areas will allow every skill level of golfer to enjoy the challenge. A certified member of the Turfgrass Environmental Stewardship Program.