11969 Tullymore Drive, Stanwood, Michigan 49346, US
(231) 972-4837
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About Tullymore Golf Resort

The Tullymore Golf Resort in Stanwood offers multiple accommodation options, each near its two courses, Tullymore and St. Ives. Golfers can choose among the 36 rooms and suites of the Inn at St. Ives; the 24-room Hideaway at Tullymore; cottages, home rentals, condos and the Lodge at Tullymore, a unique hangout with 10 bedrooms with individual bathrooms and two double beds. The rooms open to a two-story common area with a full kitchen and living area of pool and poker tables. Jim Engh's Tullymore course sports a routing of three par 3s on the front nine and three par 5s on the back. St. Ives by Michigan's Jerry Matthews rides more hilly terrain. Both clubhouses are special structures: St. Ives a castle-esque building and Tullymore home to a TopGolf Swing Suite and the Tap Room at Tullymore.

Facts

Price Range$$$
Property Class★★★★
Acres800
Year Opened1995
Number of UnitsLess than 100

Amenities & Services

RestaurantsBar, Casual
Room TypesRoom, Suite
PoolIndoor
Practice FacilityYes
Banquet SpaceYes

Rules

Is the resort pet friendly?No
Is resort stay required for a tee time?No

Golf courses at Tullymore Golf Resort

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4.6
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Beautiful course!

Very beautiful layout and challenging lots of twists and turns! The only issue was pace of play as they had a big corporate scramble going on and very slow play!

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Fair
Amenities Good
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
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Prepare all the clubs in your bag

I traveled up to St. Ives on a short getaway. The course challenges you to use every club in your bag as a lot of the tee shots have doglegs or fairways that run out. I played from the back tees and found myself using my driver once in the first five holes. The course will be challenging if you cannot keep it in the fairway as there is plenty of trees to get in your way. The finishing five holes are the toughest on the course and require accuracy as water comes into play on all but 18. I would play this course many times over and plan on returning to St. Ives.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing

Beautiful course!

Very nice course and in good shape for spring golf with all the rain we recently have had.

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing
Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing

An amazing experience.

One of the best courses I’ve ever played in my life. The layout was incredible and had us sight seeing just as much as we were golfing. The staff was overly friendly and accommodating. We also checked out the top golf facility/bar area and it looks incredible. We will definitely be back time and time again.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Verified Purchaser
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Never thought I would leave with a new course in my TOP 3 in Michigan VERY IMPRESSED!

I was blown away from start to finish, and what I mean by start is even the initial phone call I was treated with such kindness and respect! Without making this long and drawn out Tullymore knocks it out of the park. The best way I could describe it would be if "Pilgrim''s Run somehow got even nicer in every area and moved to Traverse City and that is how you feel as you play Tullymore, IT WAS GOOSEBUMPY! Enjoy and hit em straight because if you get sloppy it can be a long day but if you stay disciplined you can light it up a bit. Only complaint is the greens were basically unplayable because they aerated them and they were just caked in sand so putting was impossible. Would have been nice to know that however we were never told but I also am guessing why it was such a great deal! It didn't take away from my appreciation of this beauty, instead all it did was make me want to come back even faster to see how much better this place could potentially be! ENJOY!

Regards,

Coach O (Grand Rapids Mi)

Conditions Average
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays A few times a week
3.0
First Time Playing
Conditions Fair
Value Poor
Layout Good
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Average
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Previously Played

Family outing

Great condition and course, friendly staff. Pace of play was great. Got 18 hole in under 4 hours.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing

Nice course

Nice course played from the whites im a higher handicap and never played this course before. Studio i found the layout nice And challenging for my skill level. Course was in decent condition grass was a little burnt but due to the courses not allowed to be staffed over the past few months im sure the course condition will improve overall id love to play again. And the clubhouse is awesome great merchandise as well

Conditions Average
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a month
I Recommend This Course
Incentivized Review
5.0
First Time Playing

Great Guys Weekend Course

First time playing the course and we were not disappointed. Great course and conditions were excellent. Fun and challenging, would definitely go back.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Played On
Handicap 10-14
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Hot weather
Used cart

St. Ives Golf Club – Part of Tullymore’s Memorable Golf Experiences

St. Ives Golf Club – Part of Tullymore’s Memorable Golf Experiences

The St. Ives Golf Club in Stanwood, MI is the sister course to Tullymore, and is part two in the one-two punch that is the Tullymore Golf Resort. St. Ives was designed by legendary Michigan golf course architect Jerry Matthews and is considered by some to be his best work. Jerry Matthews has more than 40 years of experience in designing and remodeling golf courses and more than 80 courses to his credit.
Since opening in 1995, Golf World, Golf Magazine, Golf for Women and Golf Digest have all lauded Tullymore/St. Ives with numerous awards including Michigan's # 1 Golf Resort and Top 50 Golf Resorts in the U.S (Golf Magazine and Golf World, 2010), a 5 star rating, “Places to Play” (Golf Digest, 2000, 2001) and Top 10 Golf Facilities for Women in North America (Golf for Women, 1998, 1999).

St. Ives maxes out at 6,702 yards from the tips with a course rating of 73.1 and a whopping slope of 146. Less masochistic golfers will choose the Blue tees (6,247/70.8/139), while most seniors will prefer the White tees at 5,707 yards (68.9/127). Ladies will be challenged from either the Gold or Red tees. If you’re a decent player and are not used to elevation changes and sloping fairways may want to play it forward. You’ll find a diagram of each hole at each tee box and yardage books are available in the pro shop.

St. Ives Golf Club combines woodlands, rugged highlands and sprawling wetlands to produce a golf facility that is every bit as spectacular a property as its sister course. You’ll also encounter elevation changes of up to 80 feet. Several holes feature elevated tees that play downhill to fairways nestled between hardwood forests with raised greens. The last five holes play around lakes and natural wetlands teaming with wildlife and offering wide sweeping views every step of way. Water figures into the equation on 11 holes and spectacular homes dot the landscape as you make your way around the layout. St. Ives features outstanding conditioning from tee to green with lush fairways and tee boxes, and large putting surfaces that are quick and putt true, several with incredible undulation. Four sets of tees provide challenging distances for every level of golfer, ensuring a good time for one and all.

Most Memorable Hole: Number 14, Par 4, 402 yards. The most exciting hole on this incredible layout is also one of the most beautiful. And it’s ranked the toughest on the inward nine. You’ll need a straight drive of no more than 230 yards (Blue tees), which will leave you just short of the wetlands. From there, you’ll have another lengthy carry over wetlands into an elevated green. Consider taking an extra club. If you’re going to miss the green, miss it right. Then all you’ll have to deal with are a couple of bunkers!

Favorite Par 3: Number 16, 134 yards. This hole features a peninsular green and offers a couple of options. Skilled players can take dead aim at the green, which requires about a 120-yard carry over water. Seniors and less skilled players can play their tee shot out to the left and go around the water. The green is a lot wider than it is deep, with small bunkers on either side. This is a short yet challenging hole.

Favorite Par 4: Number 9, 315 yards. Another short hole with a slight dogleg left. Although the water on the left and trees on the right create a very narrow landing area, you do have options. Option 1 is to play to the first landing area, just short of the lake. That will leave you a mid-iron into the green. Option 2 is to hit your tee shot up the narrow gap between water and trees. Option 3 is to try and carry the lake and cut the dogleg which requires a carry of about 225 yards (Blue tees). No matter which route you take, you’ll need to cope with a trio of small bunkers in front of the green.

Favorite Par 5: Number 17, 534 yards. With trees on the left side and water all the way down the right, your tee shot can be a little intimidating. There’s more room on the left than you think and probably your best option. For most players this is a three-shot hole, so be sure to play your approach shot to a manageable distance. Your approach shot plays into a very large green. Par is a good score here.

St. Ives’ clubhouse features a beautiful restaurant/lounge with outdoor patio and can accommodate banquets and conference size outings. The pro shop is staffed with knowledgeable golf professionals and is stocked with all kinds of logoed golf apparel from most of the top brands.

Before hitting the links, take a few minutes, get stretched out and warm up on St. Ives spacious grass driving range. That will help get you ready for the challenge ahead. The range can accommodate up to 15 golfers and has separate areas for chipping and putting. A good short game will go a long way in posting a good score at St. Ives.

Last Word: St. Ives features tall pines and deciduous trees, wide, forgiving fairways and significant elevation changes add a sense of splendid isolation on nearly every hole. Most holes are relatively straight; difficulty is enhanced by the elevation changes especially on approach shots. Each hole is somewhat isolated, providing 18 individual tests. Take this course one hole at a time, forget your score on the previous hole and you will do well. St. Ives is a course you can play time and time again without ever getting bored.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Moderate
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Intermediate
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
D C Advisor
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Worth the Drive - Great Course

While moderately challenging to hit fairways most holes have a small preferred landing area that if you miss you may be blocked from the green. The real challenge is the approaches into greens. Most greens are narrow and well guarded by narrow and very deep bunkers. Tullymore is routed through wetland and woods. Tall reeds grow in the wetlands and make the course play more challenging by obstructing views and disturbing depth perception. Tullymore is located in Stanwood, MI and was halfway between Detriot and Traverse City. The course was in immaculate condition and played relatively firm and fast which is surprising for a course with wetlands.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
1.0
First Time Playing

Garbage course

The greens at this course are in terrible condition, I don't think I've ever played on greens worse than these. 9 of the 18 greens have spots where there is no grass and the 17th green literally has 100 piles of goose crap on it. I can't believe they charge $120 for a weekend round, especially with no GPS on the carts. To top it off, we tried to order lunch after the round at 1:30 in the clubhouse only to be told they cannot find the chef to cook any food. We won't be back and I urge you to find any other course in the area.

Conditions Poor
Value Poor
Layout Average
Friendliness Good
Pace Poor
Amenities Poor
Played On
Handicap 0-4
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Top 1000 Contributor
First Time Playing
Perfect weather
Used cart

Tullymore Golf Course - 16 buddies trip

The Courses- the courses at Tullymore (Tullymore and St Ives) were absolutely awesome! The course at Tullymore is very challenging, yet fair. The greens and fairways were in excellent condition, and lets be honest folks that's all that really matters. The course at Stives is more rolling hills and tree lined and that course was fun to play and prob 3 or 4 strokes easier than Tullymore. But overall both courses were in good shape.

With 16 guys we elected to reserve to cottages side by side to sleep the 16, and boy was that a perfect setup. Post round you can sit around drink, play cards, walk outside chip and putt, hit the pool or hot tub...it was just a great setup. Bathrooms were clean and functional, beds were clean, I mean as long as your not some country club snob the accommodations are more than good enough.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Good
Amenities Good
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Handicap 10-14
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Hot weather
Used cart

Tullymore Golf Resort – Stay and Play Packages That Won’t Disappoint

The Tullymore Golf Resort in Stanwood Michigan sits nestled amongst 800 acres of pristine Michigan woods, meadows and wetlands, the perfect venue for a golf resort in The Great Lakes State.

However, Tullymore is much more than just your average golf resort. For starters, it features two golf courses; the one on property is design by the highly acclaimed Jim Engh. In addition to being named Architect of the Year in 2003, Engh is one of only five living course designers who has courses listed in Golf Digest’s Top 50 Greatest Courses in America.

The Golf Resort has also received its fair share of accolades since opening in 2002, including being ranked by Golf Digest in their top 100 Greatest Public & Resort Courses in America, where it is currently ranked No. 53. It’s easy to see why golfers keep coming back to this challenging course set amid the pure, raw landscape of the Michigan wilds year after year.

The Tullymore layout is unique in that there are five par-3 holes and five par-5 holes. And with five sets of tees (six on the scorecard thanks to the Combo tees), Tullymore offers a suitable yardage for all level of players. The course plays anywhere from 4,668 - 7,250 yards, with slopes that range from 120 – 150.

In creating the golf course, it’s almost like Engh took a painting and recreated it on natural surfaces. The white sand bunkers glisten against the lush green fairways and greens and every inch of the property is meticulously maintained, from the bunkers to the water hazards. Engh has done a fantastic job positioning greens in unconventional ways, many of them angled away from the approaching fairway. What that means is smaller landing areas that require pinpoint accuracy on approach. Their subtle undulations will require good green reading skills as well.

The front nine plays to a par of 35 with one par 5 and three par 3s. The opening hole plays 495 yards from the blue tees and with a good drive down the left center of the fairway, it’s reachable in two. This dogleg right features woods and fescue grasses down the right side and more long grass on the left. There’s a large deep bunker on the front right part of the green with a large oak tree in front of it. If you’re not going for it in two, play down the left side, take the bunker out of play and make your par.

Number 3 is a short Par 4 that plays 284 yards from the Blue tees. This short hole is a great risk/reward opportunity, especially from the forward tees. However, playing it smart may yield a better score. The first order of business is to navigate the large oak trees on either side of the fairway about 200 yards out and at the same time avoid the large bunker less than 250 yards away. Do this successfully and you’ll be left with a short pitch shot into a shallow green with considerable undulation.

Number 4 (160 yards) is the first of two back-to-back par threes that couldn’t be more opposite. This hole requires a carry over water to a large green protected on the right with sand. Number 5 (174 yards) is a longer par 3 that plays slightly downhill and has a long narrow green situated between two mounds, which can help funnel the ball down to the green if you’re a little bit off. The green slopes front to back and with a back pin placement the green looks a lot steeper than it really is.

Number 8 (530 yards) is an interesting par 5. It’s a long triple dogleg that plays 530 yards from the Blue Tees and requires an accurate and controlled layup shot. The hole is best played with a drive down the left side followed by a long layup shot that makes it past the pine trees on the right. The pines are about 75 yards from the green and there’s a large marsh area that lies between the pines and the green. It’s the second toughest hole on the outward nine.

Number 9 is a short par 4 (312 yards) that requires a tee shot of at least 225 yards to make it to the dogleg and have a look at the green. For most players there is enough room to hit driver. This will leave around a 75 yard pitch shot into a green that feeds down to the left. A large beautiful and penal bunker runs up the left side about 60 yards to the green.

The back nine is considerably longer and has an extra par 5, playing to a par of 37. Number 10 (404 yards) is both beautiful and challenging. It’s a dogleg left that is best played with a fade off the tee, because of the large pond on the left. Engh has helped players out by building a run area to the green on the right side. Balls that run on to the right side of the green will feed down to the left.

As you stand on the 11th green looking back at the hole you just played, you get an appreciation for Jim Engh’s work. It’s a dogleg left par 4 that is best played with a drive towards the far bunker. The green is cut into the hillside, giving it a stadium feel. Number 12 (157 yards) is very similar to the Dell hole at Lahinch Golf Club in Ireland, only with a much larger green. The right side of the green on this par 3 is hidden by the hillside. When in doubt, hit it long!

The final three holes can make or break your round at Tullymore. Number 16 is a three-shot par 5 (544 yards) for just about everyone. The landing tee off the tee is very generous as long as you don’t push it left. A good drive will still leave a lengthy layup shot just to have something manageable into the green. To score here, you’ll need pinpoint accuracy with your approach shot, avoiding the sand and water that sits well below the green on the left. At first glance the green seems to be a horseshoe shape, however the far side is really just a landing area albeit very small. The rocks down by the sand add a nice touch.

Number 17 is a short par 4 (344 yards) that requires a tee shot of at least 210 yards to clear all of the hazards on the right side off the tee. The green sits between two long, beautiful bunkers and is deeper than it is wide. Number 18 is a strong finishing hole, especially if you’re a longball hitter. It’s all risk/reward with water down the left side; bite off as much as you can chew for a shorter approach into the green. If you’re playing Number 18 as a three-shot hole, play up the right side. Find the run up area and the green will feed your ball down to the left. Going for the green in two is going to require some shot shaping to get around the trees between you and the putting surface. The green in odd-shaped with sand guarding the left side.

Tullymore also has some impressive practice facilities, including a driving range that can accommodate 22 golfers at a time as well as separate areas for chipping and putting practice. Take advantage of this as, a good short game will go a long way to scoring well here.

Stay and Play
In addition to fantastic golf, Tullymore has some impressive accommodations that are part of their stay and play packages. Lodging options range from hotel-style rooms at the Hideaway, perfect for a couple’s getaway, to condominiums the Residence Club – 3 and 4 bedroom condos and custom cottages that can sleep up to ten people. Need something bigger? The Lodge at Tullymore has 10 bedrooms and can sleep up to 24 guests. All have high end amenities such as flat screen TVs in the living area and each bedroom as well as large outdoor patios.

Dining
All stay and play packages include a buffet breakfast in the Taproom at Tullymore. The Taproom also serves lunch and dinner and Tullymore is famous for throwing some great events that are open to the public. On our visit, they were hosting a Craft Beer Festival, with craft brew from several local – and one distant – breweries as well as a southern barbeque buffet, with pulled pork, barbequed chicken and all the fixings.

For golfers who develop an appetite while playing, there’s Tully's Halfway House, conveniently located at the turn. Grab a bite of lunch or a few snacks and your favorite beverages as you head to the back nine.

Last Word: Tullymore is truly worthy of any serious golfer’s bucket list. Conditions are spectacular, staff is friendly and knowledgeable and, if you’re part of a stay and play package, the accommodations won’t disappoint.

Tullymore is as refreshing to look at as it is fun to play. It doesn’t have the elevation changes of some Northern Michigan courses, but Tullymore will rival any course in this part of the state for aesthetic value. The white sand bunkers often lay several feet below the fairway or green complex and many of them are surrounded with grass mounds making them seem even deeper. The sand is soft and fluffy and easy to play from.

If your score doesn’t live up to your expectations, relax and look around, you can’t help but enjoy the natural beauty and serenity of this property.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
Handicap 15-19
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
3.0
First Time Playing

Over Rated At Best

Many Gimmicky holes/ At bestthere are 2 holes where my wife could not reachchch the play area and one of them has no bailout.We had early tee time and the range was not available for warm up.
The staff cart person/starter were excellent and informative .Lunch,was great and rhe service great.
This place has a long way to go to be a world class Golf Resort.

Conditions Good
Value Fair
Layout Poor
Friendliness Good
Pace Good
Amenities Fair
Played On
Handicap 15-19
Skill Advanced
Plays A few times a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing

A ways to go

The course/Staff are outstanding.,but in order to be a world class resort many amenities are lacking.No tees/No bag tags/
No GPS. . The after hour amenities /Staff pale in comparison to what's offered by the golf course/Satf.
Tha people greeting you were not. Friendly or very helpful and the in room facility is tired.However very clean.

Conditions Good
Value Average
Layout Good
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Average
Amenities Poor
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
4.0
Chicago Advisor
Top 50 Contributor
Previously Played
Poor weather
Used cart

St. Ives Golf Club

The Good: Excellent design from Jerry Matthews may be his best Michigan work. Has a true "Pure Michigan" feel with significant elevation changes for a course in central Michigan. Superb course conditions and very slick greens, along with a very tight layout make for a challenging round. Track has some of the best Par 3's in the state and some of the better Par 5's that you will find. Beautiful clubhouse and inn with on-site lodging available. Excellent layout with nice variety in holes enough challenge for the best of golfers. Good practice facility. Pretty decent value at $120 during peak season and even better for seniors and juniors.

The Bad: Jerry Matthews didn't believe in starting you off easy at St. Ives: one of the most challenging opening holes in the state. No GPS and very limited yardage markers. Staff is good but not great for a resort course. Many uphill or forced carries that are too challenging for the average golfer. Will not be enjoyable if you don't appreciate target golf.

The Verdict: St. Ives is arguably one of the most beautiful courses in all of Michigan. If you love golf with no houses and pure scenery, this is your course. St. Ives is a great compliment to Tullymore and a top 20 caliber public course in Michigan in its own right.

Best Hole: While all the Par 3's are fantastic, the Par 5 17th is as pretty as you will find. Winding around a marsh area with sand traps ready to gobble up an errant shot, this is truly a hole worthy of a camera shot. Gorgeous!

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Layout Good
Friendliness Good
Pace Excellent
Amenities Good
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
Played On
Handicap 5-9
Skill Advanced
Plays Once a week
I Recommend This Course
5.0
Chicago Advisor
Top 50 Contributor
Previously Played
Excellent weather
Used cart

Tullymore Golf Club

The Good: Fabulous design from Jim Engh is "Pure Michigan" at its finest. Part of a slowly developing residential community (no houses!!), Tullymore slithers through woodlands and marshes in as peaceful of an arena to play golf you'll find. Superb course conditions and massive, difficult greens that putt pure. Superb Par 5's, great variety in Par 4's, and some nice Par 3's on the closing nine. The signature Engh bunkers are devilish and the sentinel trees are a unique touch. Beautiful Scottish clubhouse with upscale restaurant and bar. Excellent driving range and good putting green. Great staff and on-course hospitality. While steep at $160 during peak season, often has great deals and off-season rates that are absolute steal.

The Bad: Lack of GPS and abundance of yardage markers is an annoyance. Limited signage throughout the course can make your trek on the cart paths a little confusing. The back-to-back Par 3's on the front half are fairly unmemorable. Short game practice area is not accessible by the 1st tee.

The Verdict: Quite simply, a top 5 public golf course in Michigan (which is saying something!). Although it lacks the elevation change of some "up-north" Michigan courses, Tullymore has a visual appeal like no other course in the state. A truly unique, tranquil and fair golf experience for all skill levels. Outstanding!

Best Hole: There are so many great holes that many could be signature holes, but nothing compares to the Par 5 18th. Arguably one of the best closing holes in the Midwest.

Conditions Excellent
Value Good
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Good
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Somewhat Challenging
Played On
I Recommend This Course
5.0
First Time Playing
Excellent weather
Used cart

Must Play

Great experience! From facilities to the course you will not disappointed. Designer is same as True North in Harbor Springs area. Just go.

Conditions Excellent
Value Excellent
Layout Excellent
Friendliness Excellent
Pace Excellent
Amenities Excellent
Difficulty Extremely Challenging
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