The Mackinaw Club Golf Course
Discover why The Mackinaw Club golf course is Northern Michigan golfer’s best kept secret.
The Mackinaw Club is challenging - but not tricked out. It's lots of fun and green fees with cart are very reasonable - see our rates.
Hands down, if there's one golf course in Northern Michigan that offers affordability, scenery, challenge, and fun, it’s the Mackinaw Club Golf Course.
Located within minutes of Mackinaw City, featuring an 18-hole, par 72 golf course and driving range designed by renowned golf architect Jerry Matthews.
The Mackinaw Club winds through 310 acres of natural wetlands and streams, along mature forests and rolling meadows. The 6,807 yard long design finishes each hole with elevated greens with manicured bent grass greens. The course is designed for players of all ages and abilities.
At The Mackinaw Club you play a round of golf, grab a hotdog and drink, and not feel like you maxed out your credit card, and at the same time feel like you've played a quality and challenging course. Improvements such as new golf carts, landscaping, and mowing equipment are just a few of the many enhancements that have made the course not only one of the best values, but also a great golfing experience. Owned and operated by the Rogala family, (Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping), the Rogala’s have been making improvements every year to The Mackinaw Club.
The Mackinaw Club 18-hole Golf Course is a public golf course conveniently located for golfers in Mackinaw City, Mackinac, Paradise Lake, Carp Lake, Alanson, Harbor Springs, Petoskey, Cheboygan, Pellston, St. Ignace and Sault Ste. Marie (the Soo).
We are a professional, family-run business committed to providing our golfer's with top-notch service and golfing experiences.
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