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Golf at Eastpointe

Members at Eastpointe Country Club enjoy unlimited, year-round access to two Fazio-designed championship courses with pristine lakes, strategic bunkers, rolling fairways, and excellent greens.

Our superb practice facilities include an expansive driving range and well-manicured putting and chipping greens. We are proud to offer a pro shop with a staff of friendly and knowledgeable PGA-certified teaching professionals who are dedicated to helping you fine-tune your game.

The East Course was designed by George Fazio and his nephew Tom.

It opened for play in 1974. This 7011-yard, par 72 course features wide fairways with well-bunkered and challenging green complexes. The East proves to be playable, yet a challenge for players of all skill levels. With its emerald green Bermuda grass, shimmering lakes, and rolling fairways, this course was designed to delight the senses as much as it was designed to make you want to come back for another round.

The West Course was designed by Tom Fazio and opened for play in 1982.

It offers a challenge to all levels of players. This par 70 championship course measures 6068-yards from the back tees. With narrow fairways, numerous water hazards, and small, well-bunkered green complexes, the West presents a far different challenge than the East. Accuracy and precision are top priorities when playing the West Course.

Audubon Sanctuary Program

Eastpointe Country Club is very proud to have achieved designation as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary" through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses. Eastpointe Country Club is part of a prestigious list of the world’s top environmentally sensitive facilities. John Spiwak, Director of Golf Course Grounds has led the effort to obtain our sanctuary status and has been recognized for his Environmental Stewardship by Audubon International.

"Eastpointe Country Club has shown a strong commitment to its environmental program. They are to be commended for their efforts to provide a sanctuary for wildlife on the golf course property," said Jim Sluiter, Staff Ecologist for the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Programs.
To reach certification, a course must demonstrate that they are maintaining a high degree of environmental quality in several areas. These categories include Environmental Planning, Wildlife & Habitat Management, Outreach and Education, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, and Water Quality Management.

Members at Eastpointe Country Club have worked hard to maintain a strong environmental policy and even have a tree program that receives numerous donations throughout the year. We have worked very hard to achieve this designation and are very proud of our East Course and our standing as a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.