Designed in 1922 by world-renowned Scottish golf architect, Donald Ross, Warren Valley was one of his first golf facilities in the state of Michigan. This course features rolling terrain and 100 year mature landscape along the banks of the middle Rouge River that comes into play on seven of the holes on the West course.
Warren Valley Golf Course is currently under renovation. Weather permitting, the course will reopen to the public with new greens, reconstructed sand-traps, new cart paths, new golf carts, better drainage, improved irrigation, and other improvements that will enable the Dearborn Heights community to enjoy the course in the condition that Donald Ross had envisioned 100 years ago.
The Warren Valley clubhouse is also being renovated. The golf shop is on track to be ready for opening day and the restaurant and banquet facilities will follow shortly thereafter.