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Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands and Bay Harbor anchor the golf scene in northern Michigan. They continue to set the standard for one of the Midwest's best golf destinations.
True North is one of the newest courses to come to northern Michigan's rich golf scene. It originally opened in 2004 as a private club, but has recently opened its doors into a more semi-private model. The terrain is quintessential northern Michigan, with hills and thick forests.
It's hard to beat a golf trip to northern Michigan. With a variety of courses, mild temperatures and northern Michigan in full bloom, northern Michigan's golf courses are at their best in the summer. Mike Bailey recently played in the area, hitting Boyne Highlands, Bay Harbor Golf Club, Crooked Tree, Belvedere Golf Club, the Kingsley Club and finally, Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City.
The national spotlight of the Golf Channel's Big Break X series paid off for the host Boyne Highlands in northern Michigan, as the resort is enjoying record play from out-of-state golfers. But Boyne Highlands encompasses less than half of Boyne's golf holes and one third of its resort properties. To ensure you're doing the Boyne that's right for you, here's a selection of golf itineraries to suit any golfer or golf group ...
At True North Golf Club, Jim Engh used the wealth of acreage at his disposal to lay his imaginative shaping, getting the best aesthetic value out of it. He also strategically incorporated trees along certain points of the course, and took advantage of Harbor Springs natural terrain to create challenging uphill shots. While green fees may be considered steep by some, a private course like this opening to public play is good news for north Michigan golfers.