Oakland Hills Country Club

3951 West Maple Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan  48301-3221
(248) 644-2500
WELCOME TO OAKLAND HILLS!  Founded in 1916, Oakland Hills Country Club is extremely proud of its rich heritage and its contributions to the game of golf.  Walter Hagen, five time PGA Champion, was the Club's first head professional.  The South Course has played host to 17 Championships, including six U.S. Opens, two U.S. Senior Opens, the U.S. Women’s Amateur, two U.S. Men’s Amateurs, the Western Open, the Carling World Open, the 35th Ryder Cup Match in 2004, and three PGA Championships--including the 90th PGA Championship in 2008.
As stewards of one of the great golf venues, the members of Oakland Hills seek to preserve our history and traditions. The members of Oakland Hills have adopted several rules that are designed to preserve the traditions and enhance the experience at Oakland Hills.  Please take a second to familiarize yourself with these rules and enjoy yourself at Oakland Hills.



GOLF BAGS:  Upon arrival, guests should drop off their golf bags with the attendant as they enter the grounds.  Upon departure, the golf bags should be picked up in the same general area or in a nearby secure area to be identified by an attendant. Golf bags should not be taken to your car on golf carts at the conclusion of the round of golf.
CELL PHONES: You can only use your cell phone or pager (or any form of PDA) in your vehicle, in a locker room or in a bathroom.
CHANGING SHOES: Shoes are not to be changed in the parking lot.  Please come up to the Men’s or Women’s Locker Room where our locker room attendants will be happy to get a locker for you.
  • Clubhouse and Public areas - Proper attire is required at all times in the public areas of the Clubhouse.  Members are responsible for advising their guests of appropriate attire for any events. For all functions, members and guests need appropriate attire, which shall be published in advance of event. Except when specifically authorized for a special function, denims, irrespective of color (shirts, slacks, shorts, or skirts), short shorts, cut-offs, cargo pants or shorts, bathing suits, tank tops, sweat pants and shorts, gentlemen's collarless shirts and work-out apparel are not appropirate attire in the Clubhouse. This attire may only be worn in the locker rooms and sport and fitness areas. Coats are required by gentlemen in the Main Dining Room unless specifically stated for a Club event. Gentlemen and children are required to remove their hats or caps in the Clubhouse except in the locker rooms.  Shirttails must be tucked in everywhere, except casual shirts which by their design are intended to be worn without being tucked into the pants or skirt.
  • Male Golfers - Traditional trousers or shorts with inseam below mid-thigh and collared long or short sleeved golf or sport shirts are considered appropriate golf attire. Mock neck shirts with short or long sleeves are also acceptable. No denim, short shorts, cutoffs, work-out shorts, cargo pants or shorts or collarless shirts will be permitted. Hats must be worn in the correct position at all times. Hats worn backward will not be permitted. Gentlemen are expected to have their shirts tucked in at all times.
  • Female Golfers - Appropriate golf attire for women includes shorts with a minimum 7”  inseam, skirts or skorts with a minimum 16” outseam, capris or slacks. Short sleeved shirts with or without a collar may be worn, but sleeveless tops must have a collar or mock neck. Denim, tank tops, cutoffs, sweats and work-out attire are not permitted. Tops designed to be worn untucked are generally acceptable.

GOLF CARTS:  Please use the golf carts in designated areas only, particularly when driving through the parking lot to the range.  On the course, please follow the cart paths and keep carts at least 20 yards from all greens, traps and other hazards.
PACE OF PLAY: Please be prepared to play in 4 hours or less.  Be prepared to play at all times.  Always carry an extra ball.  Be ready to hit when it is your turn and feel free to play ready golf.  Always rake your own fairway bunker and replace your own divot.  Repair ball marks and prepare to putt while others are playing their ball.  Play from the appropriate tees.  When sharing a cart, please leave your playing partner after he or she has selected a club and proceed to your ball so that you will be ready to hit when it is your turn.  If uncertain of club selection, please take two or three clubs with you to the ball.
SMOKING POLICY: Smoking is prohibited inside the clubhouse and all outside dining areas.  Smoking is permitted in the designated area of the viewing patio overlooking the 18th green.

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Heading South

  • I-75 South to Square Lake Road

  • West on Square Lake Road to Telegraph Road

  • South on Telegraph Road to Maple Road

  • East on Maple Road Approximately ½ Mile

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  • I-75 North to I-696 West

  • I-696 West to Telegraph Road

  • North on Telegraph Road to Maple Road

  • East on Maple Road Approximately ½ Mile

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  • I-94 East to I-275 North

  • I-275 North to I-96 (or I-696) East to Telegraph Road

  • North on Telegraph Road to Maple Road

  • East on Maple Road Approximately ½ Mile

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  • I-696 West to Telegraph Road

  • North on Telegraph Road to Maple Road

  • East on Maple Road Approximately ½ Mile

From Detroit Metro Airport

  • I-94 East to Southfield Road

  • Southfield Road North to Maple Road

  • West on Maple Road

From Oakland County International Airport

  • Highland Rd./M-59 East to Telegraph Road
  • South on Telegraph Road to Maple Road
  • East on Maple Road Approximately ½ Mile