“The Meadows is a Golf Digest four-and-a-half star facility that has been host to several notable tournaments. Those include 9 NCAA National Championships and 26 MHSAA High School State Championships through 2017.
Playing as long as 7060 yards from the tips with a course/slope rating of 74.2/133, this links-style wonderland has a rotation of holes that will throw a little bit of everything at you. With five sets of tees available, all skill levels with find a comfortable tee box to play from, but no matter where you start your holes from, you’ll have to manage your game masterfully to get to the finish with your round intact. Wetlands and well-bunkered greens make clear thinking a priority---very appropriate given the course’s setting at a university and all. Don’t worry about getting bored with your subsequent visits, either. The conditions are always great and the variables the course throws at you makes every experience a unique one.” -GroupGolfer
The golf course was designed by environmentally aware architect Dr. Michael Hurdzan, 2007 winner of the prestigious Donald Ross award from the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Click here to learn more about Dr. Hurdzan and his career as a golf course architect.
General Manager: Terry Sack
Effective January 31st, Terry has decided to step down from his leadership role and go into part-time, phased retirement for the 2017 golf season. He will be assisting with the transition of leadership to Don Underwood, our new Director of Golf. We would like to thank Terry for his 32 years of service at GVSU, and his excellent leadership in bringing The Meadows Golf Club from its planning stages to the current standing as a Golf Digest 4 1/2 star championship golf course that has hosted 9 NCAA National and 26 MHSAA State Championships, as well as, over 2200 golf outings.
Director of Golf: Don Underwood, PGA
Head Golf Professional: Steve Milewski, PGA
New to the Meadows Team for the 2018 golf season is Steve Milewski, our Head Golf Professional. Steve's career path includes many outstanding facilities, most recently as First Assistant at Egypt Valley Country Club in Ada, Michigan. Steve strives to provide excellent customer service and will be involved in all aspects of the golf operation which include: Golf Outings, Staff Management, Tournaments, Merchandising, Teaching, and Player Development Programs. He is also the Assistant Coach for the the Grand Valley State University Lakers Men's Golf Team. Steve is a native of Oak Lawn, Illinois and received his Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and Finance from Illinois State University.
Event Coordinator: R. Taylor Losee
Superintendent: Ron Dahlin, CGCS
Assistant Superintendent: Jeff Bodziak
Food & Beverage Manager: Colin Yonkers, Aramark