The trap shooting range was added and the golf course was completely redone.
It finally became possible to reach The Old Club by car when the final bridge from Harsen’s Island was completed.
Marked the 60th anniversary of The Old Club, and a national depression did nothing to dampen the festivities.
April fire, tug James Elliott, battles the heavy ice floes to reach the Clubhouse which was engulfed in flames, destroying ninety percent of the building.
The present clubhouse and swimming pool were added.
Construction of The Old Club’s golf course began, taking three years before the full nine holes were in play.
The Grayling II Motor Launch was purchased and provided regular service to the Club from Woods Landing in Detroit.
The “Ritz” was built, offering sumptuous accommodations for club members who wanted overnight accommodations.
The first tennis court was constructed, with two more courts added the following year.
The original Articles of Association expired and the Club was reorganized as The Old Club.
Guests could depart from the foot of Woodward Avenue and arrive at the Club in just one hour.
The Great Lakes Steamer, Tashmoo (capable of carrying up to 4,000 passengers), began its service from Detroit to Port Huron, and the Club was one of its regular stops.
Regular ferry service to the Club was available.