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Golf in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Grab the clubs and head north to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for picture-perfect golf in Marquette County. With beautiful views of Lake Superior, tumbling fairways, and dramatic elevation change, the Marquette area’s courses are truly dynamic. You can even visit one of Golf Magazine’s 10 top courses in Michigan.

The golf course at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge in Copper Harbor is an enjoyable 9-hole golf course designed using the Keweenaw terrain, with spectacular views of Brockway Mountain.  With alternate tee boxes, the golf course offers an enjoyable and varied round of golf. Since their course is positioned in the northern latitudes, daylight remains long into summer evenings, making that 18-hole round after dinner possible.

Challenge yourself on one of Sault Ste. Marie’s many golf courses and you’ll find out why they’re rapidly becoming the Upper Peninsula’s most popular destination for golfers. Their courses may vary in degree of difficulty from novice to professional, but since all have been crafted from the woodlands and fields native to the Soo area, all share a unique natural beauty.