A decade before architect Mike DeVries created the world-class Cape Wickham GC in Australia, he produced an equally compelling design in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, a second 18 for Marquette G.C. It’s called Greywalls because of all the granite rock outcroppings that edge some holes and squeeze others, like the short par-4 fifth, and because the rock provides the rugged topography over which this course scampers up and plunges down. The vistas out over Lake Superior are fantastic, beginning with the opening tee shot. Like Wilderness Club (No. 57 on our 100 Greatest Public list), this is a destination course worth hiking to play.