The unofficial crown jewel of Up North golf. The Bluffs course isn't just golf, it's an experience. The views, the serenity, the feeling. #13 on Golf Digest's list of America's Greatest Public Courses.
Wide fairways and massive greens mask the difficulty of The South Course. The lack of trees and its proximity to Lake Michigan mean you'll be dealing with plenty of wind on this stunning piece of land.
Aptly named, The Bear is not to be taken lightly. Since its' opening in the mid-80's, The Bear has hosted The Michigan Open numerous times and is a mainstay on annual Top-100 lists.
Perched high above world-famous Torch Lake, the Sundance Course is an Up North treasure. Enjoy the serenity of this fair but challenging beauty.
Set amongst the wooded forests of Leelanau County, Manitou Passage provides a steep test. This Arnold Palmer design has it all and should definitely be on any visiting golfer's must play list.
Located just outside Charlevoix with views of Lake Michigan, Belvedere is a semi-private course that opened in 1927 and has hosted the Michigan Amateur 40 times. Tom Watson spent his childhood summers in the area and Belvedere remains one of his all-time favorite courses to this day.
Grand Traverse Resort's original course dates back to the 1970's and features rolling hills, hardwoods, sand and plenty of water. With tight fairways and quick greens, every round is a challenge at Spruce.
The newest course at Grand Traverse Resort is the most playable. Wide fairways, large greens and plenty of risk-reward. Playing 18 here usually leaves players immediately wanting 18 more.
Towering tress, water, sand and elevation change; Hawk's Eye has it all. Nestled deep in the woods on the east side of Torch Lake, Hawk's Eye is a staple of Up North golf.
A fantastic, family-friendly course just south of Suttons Bay. Elevation change, water, sand and trees; this course features everything you'd expect playing Up North.