About Dearborn Country Club
It all started with a simple request from one of the most powerful men in recent history. In 1923, Henry Ford instructed his general secretary to "lay out a good, practical golf club that any and everybody could use." With those thirteen words, the Dearborn Country Club in historic Dearborn, MI was born.
To make his vision possible, Ford worked hand-in-hand with renowned course designer Donald Ross to design the original 18-hole Championship golf course. He then procured the services of world distinguished architect Albert Kahn to build the fabulous English Tudor-style Clubhouse, which still graces the grounds today.