Shoreacres possesses perhaps the most fascinating topography upon which Seth Raynor ever created a golf course, with his usual collection of suspects, including No. 3 (Leven), No. 6 (Biarritz), No. 7 (Double Plateau), No. 8 (Eden), No. 10 (Road) and No. 14 (Redan) all playing along plateaus and over ravines that feed into Lake Michigan. The stretch of 11, 12 and 13, playing across a ravine, down into it and back out of it, are as unique a stretch of holes as can be found anywhere on a 100 Greatest course.
100 Greatest: Ranked for 20 years from 2001-'12 and 2015-'22. Highest ranking: No. 54, 2021-'22.
Second 100 Greatest: Ranked 102nd, 2013-'14.
Best in State: Ranked third, 2021-'22. Ranked fourth, 2019-'20. Ranked fifth, 2017-'18. Ranked seventh, 2011-'16. Ranked inside the top 10, 1987, 1991-2010. Ranked inside the top 15, 1989.