The RedWater Collection to acquire Muskegon Country Club

GRAND RAPIDS–The RedWater Collection (recently rebranded from Watermark Properties) has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the historic Muskegon Country Club at 2801 Lakeshore Drive. The club was designed by Donald Ross, world renowned golf course architect, and has hosted numerous championship level golf tournaments including the Regional Qualifying Rounds for the U.S. Open, the Michigan Amateur Championships and many more.

Muskegon Country Club, originally founded in 1908 on 130 acres of virgin dunes between Lake Michigan and Muskegon Lake, still sits on the original acreage and is an integral part of the Muskegon community as a private golf club with public dining facilities.

The facilities include a restaurant (previously called SE4SONS Gastropub) that closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. RedWater plans to rebrand and reopen the restaurant by summer. It will be open to members and the public and is situated on the bluff overlooking Muskegon Lake with views of the lake and the golf course.

RedWater will rehire the existing staff including Director of Golf Stephany Pawlowski and Course Superintendent Jeff Hopkins.

MCC Partners, LLC own and are selling Muskegon Golf Club to RedWater.

Muskegon Country Club will be one of five private golf clubs and three public golf clubs owned and operated by RedWater.