There is always something to celebrate on the golf course at Grand Traverse Resort! Join them all year long for great golf events and deals from fun-filled events perfect for new golfers to Tuff events designed to challenge even the most serious golfers. Register today for the April 24th Spring Par 3 Shootout!
Interlochen Golf Course, conveniently located on US-31 between Traverse City and the lake shore, is great to play, and has an amazing restaurant on site.
Enjoy 72 holes of golf alongside stunning Torch Lake and Lake Michigan at A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort in Kewadin.
An unforgettable golf getaway awaits at Northern Michigan’s Shanty Creek Resort in Bellaire. Home to four championship courses – Cedar River Golf Course, The Legend, Schuss Mountain Golf Course, and Summit Golf Course.
- Cedar River Golf Course has been named one of America’s Top 100 resort courses by Golf Week, and one of Golf Magazine’s Top Ten in the US You Can Play. This Tom Weiskopf design is a must-play, weaving through hills and peaceful waters, this awe-inspiring course will challenge and impress.
- Designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer, The Legend Golf Course provides unrivaled views of Lake Bellaire and was named one of the top four resort courses in the US by the readers of Golf Magazine.
- Schuss Mountain Golf Course guides golfers through Northern Michigan’s woodlands, wetlands, and rolling hills. And with a formidable back nine, Schuss is annually named one of the top public courses in Michigan.
- Shanty Creek’s first course, Summit Golf Course, a William Diddel-designed gem, winds majestically across the rolling hills of Antrim County. Breathtaking and player-friendly, Summit remains a long-time favorite among golfers who favor wide fairways and fast greens.
At Shanty Creek, kids play free! Juniors 17 & under play free with a paid adult any time, all season long at Summit and Schuss Mountain golf courses. Juniors 17 & under play free with a paid adult on Sundays after 2pm on The Legend and the Cedar River Golf Course.
Hawk’s Eye Golf Resort is home to the beautiful Hawk’s Eye Golf Course in Bellaire, offering a variety of stay and play packages for your Northern Michigan golf getaway.
Boyne Highlands Resort is synonymous with golf, with four championship golf courses. From the timeless design of The Heather, the 2019 National Golf Course Owner’s Course of the Year by Robert Trent Jones, to the history and heritage found playing the Donald Ross Memorial, a composite course of Ross’s best designs, the classic layout of The Moor, or the brilliant design and breathtaking views of the Arthur Hills – you’ll experience golf the way it was meant to be played across all 72 holes.
Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville is northern Michigan’s golf destination with two distinctively different, yet equally mesmerizing golf courses. Both the Mountain Ridge and Betsie Valley golf courses have received a prestigious 4-Star rating from Golf Digest magazine and are sure to challenge your skills at every turn. Book your tee times now!
While the Michigan Brewers Guild hasn’t been able to host any of its popular beer festivals in the past year due to COVID, the non-profit trade organization representing breweries around the state is excited to announce three upcoming golf outings to provide a much-needed opportunity to gather outside to not only celebrate and support local breweries, but to experience a renewed sense of community (in smaller, socially distanced groups). The first outing is Wednesday, June 9 at North Kent Golf Course in Rockford followed by Wednesday, August 11 at Forest Akers Golf Club in East Lansing and ending on Saturday, October 9 at Treetops Resort in Gaylord. To register teams, make donations, or sign up as a sponsor, visit the Michigan Brewers Guild online.
For quality and quantity, golfers consistently choose the Petoskey Area where you can play a different championship course every day for over two weeks. You’ll find the best names in golf course designers in the heart of America’s Summer Golf Capital.
Charlevoix is home to some of the Midwest’s most notable golf, from a nine-hole municipal course designed in 1896 by Willie Watson, to the prestigious course that has hosted the Michigan Amateur. Regardless of your budget or skill level, you’ll be sure to find a course to satisfy your golfing itch!
For more than 30 years, Antrim Dells in Charlevoix has been one of Northern Michigan’s favorite courses to play.
Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island has an 18-hole putting course called the Greens of Mackinac. This course offers a unique putting experience with 18 real bent grass greens, which rivals the conditions found on any championship course.
Experience island golf at The Rock at Drummond Island Resort. Spring golf season is finally approaching and while no one can predict what Mother Nature has in store for the spring golf season, one thing is for sure: Drummond Island Resort will be ready for you! The 18-Hole Championship Course carved out of 400 acres of hardwood, cedar, and limestone is a golfer’s paradise. Interested in booking an outing? Drummond Island Resort can accommodate groups of any size and offer attractive group outing rates. The Resort sales coordinator will work closely with you to create a customized golf package including golf, food, drinks, and lodging. After a round on the links, stop by Pins Bar & Grill for a delicious meal and your favorite beverage. Afterwards, kick back in your Log Cabin beside the crackling fire or lounge in your rustic Lodge room. For more information, please contact the Drummond Island Resort at 906.493.1000 or email email@example.com.
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.