A small gem of a club - historic clubhouse, great dining and 9 sweet holes

AAGOC will be parking members, season pass holders, and Park N Party passes ONLY for the IU game.  The course is closed for public parking. All vehicles must enter gate 2 on S. Main St.  The lower gate #2 will be opened at 9:30am.  

The golf course is covered in snow and extremely slippery and dangerous. We ask everyone to follow these rules for safety of our parkers and staff:
  > Do not expect to park where you normally park.
  > Vehicles will not be able to go up any hills and stopping while traversing downhill will be next to impossible.  
  > Please slow down, use caution and follow the directions of the parking staff.  

If conditions deteriorate significantly over the course of the day on Saturday game day, the golf course may have to be closed.  

Ann Arbor Golf and Outing Club is a small private club in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Located on 32 rolling acres directly across the street from the University of Michigan Stadium, AAGOC is a small gem with a storied history.

AAGOC features a 9-hole golf course – play it twice from different sets of tees to make a round of 18. The historic clubhouse has dining rooms, the Johnny Malloy Lounge, locker rooms, and an ever-popular front porch. The Pro Shop is the center of golfing activities and two outdoor tennis courts with a tennis house are nothing less than charming. AAGOC offers pickleball, bridge, mahjong, and euchre activities too.

The AAGOC season runs from mid-April to mid-November and members enjoy a lively calendar of events.

Generations of families have belonged to AAGOC. Generations of Wolverine fans have tailgated on its grounds.  It’s all about community.


AAGOC extends a warm welcome to new members. The club is small (300 members), the course is charming, our traditions are cherished – it all makes for a unique and friendly experience.

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