Marshall Country Club first opened for play in 1921 when a nine-hole course was laid out and built on Lyon Lake approximately six miles from downtown Marshall. The course was designed by Donald Ross. In 1972 an additional nine holes were constructed providing the basic 18-hole design that exists today.
The course provides beautiful views of both Lyon Lake and Fish Lake and is a delight to play with its carefully manicured greens, sculptured fairways, and strategically placed bunkers. The greens are small and difficult to hit, so you have to be accurate with your approach shots if you wish to shoot a low round. The fairways are wide open, but water hazards come into play on three holes.
Marshall Country Club plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,358 yards. The course rating is 70.7 with a slope rating of 124.