From golf magazine rankings to People’s Choice Awards, Michigan is consistently named among the best places in the country to play golf. Here are a few metro Detroit courses that prove it.
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Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers is basically a holiday in The D. I’ve been to four home openers at Comerica Park, and there’s no better way I can think of to kick off the unofficial start of summer.
Even on the years when it’s been a little cold or rainy, there’s something about hearing the crack of the bat echo through the city for the first time each spring that makes winter seem like a vague memory.
As the Tigers gear up for yet another run at the World Series, here’s a look some insider tips for celebrating Opening Day in The D:
We’re all ready for spring for many reasons, but one of the main ones is Opening Day in The D! It’s always a party when the Detroit Tigers take the plate at Comerica Park, but this event on Monday, April 6 spans across Grand Circus Park into downtown and beyond.
To add to the festivities we’re bringing back the #OpeningDayinTheD photo contest.
What began by accident at a tailgate in 2001 has recently become a favorite pastime around these parts. We’re talking about the sport of fowling (pronounced FOH-ling). It combines elements of football, bowling and horseshoes — and no, you don’t have to be an athlete to play.