Challenging 18 holes on rolling hills with elevated greens and many water hazards. The scenic parkland course is dotted with maple and oak trees. The two nines are distinctive; the front nine has rolling hills and lovely views, while the back nine is wooded and dotted with wetlands. The greens are spacious and undulating. Five sets of tee boxes allow golfers to select their level of play: short, forward, regular, championship or professional. A public course with a distinctive country club feel.Grand Ballroom is elegantly decorated with crystal chandeliers and beautifully patterned carpeting with sweeping picture windows that offer scenic views of the Shenandoah Golf Course. In warm weather, guests can make use of the 4,000-square-foot outdoor terrace of natural stone. The Grand Ballroom can easily accommodate parties as large as 750 people in its 11,336 square feet - making it one of Southeastern Michigan's largest ballrooms. The Ballroom can easily be divided into smaller rooms.