A Graduate and Varsity Women's Golfer at the University of Michigan. After college, Bridget spent another summer working on the Grounds Crew and spent her winter camping across this beautiful country meeting wonderful and interesting people. After her trip, she moved to Boston where she acquired business and management skills in construction, retail, book keeping and shipping.
More about our course:
- Championship 18 Hole Course
- Driving Range (grass & astroturf)
- Practice Putting Green
- Womens/Mens/Championship Tees
- Carts & Pull Carts
- Full ProShop
- Men's Locker Room with showers
- Full Bar (Beer, wine, soda, mixed drinks)
- Restaurant open for breakfast, lunch & dinner
- Outdoor seating for relaxing, cocktails or eating
- Banquet Room
- Separate back entrance
- Handicap Accessible
- Dance Floor
- Movable Wall for smaller parties
- Cloth Table Cloths
Pontiac Country Club is a 18-hole full service public course. The 6,350 yards are filled with a multitude of trees, bunkers, water hazards and undulating greens that will challenge even the finest golfers.
We understand how much work organizing a golf outing or banquet can be. Let us put our years of experience behind your plans to make for an outing all your guests will enjoy. The best way to find out about all your choices & available dates is to call the office. Lloyd, Mark or Bridget would be glad to review through all the details with you.
Meet Our Team
Son of Frank Syron Sr., Mark has been around golf his entire life. He, like most of the grand kids, started out washing carts, then as a starter, then worked on the grounds crew, and bartended. Now he serves as Lloyd's right hand man. His passion for golf was celebrated in 1990 when he won the Frank Syron Memorial Golf Tournament.
Owner & General Manager
Lloyd Syron won the 1957 Michigan Amateur and has spent most of his life in the family firm, Pontiac Country Club, which long has been known as one of the state's finest public courses and supporters of the Michigan Publinx Golf Association. Inducted into the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in 2004, Lloyd serves as a leader and role model in Michigan Golf.