Northern Michigan Golf Courses
Northern Michigan Golf Courses are rated premier due to the many choices plus the Michigan summer and fall weather conditions are incredible to enjoy your love for this sport.
To have a terrific summer golf vacation plan on taking a 14 day trip to enjoy the following 9 Northern Michigan Golf Courses. You won’t be sorry and you definitely will want to return to try out the other terrific golf courses in Michigan.
Get ready to enjoy beautiful Northern Michigan golf…go at your pace for there are so many other great golf courses and, of course, so many great fun things to see and do!
Marcia & Kathy’s Northern Michigan Golfing
Golf Course #1: Begin by driving up I75 to Gaylord Michigan where Treetops Resort is home to Five Golf Courses which are all distinctly different and they were designed by either Robert Trent Jones, St., Tom Fazio and Rick Smith. Where else can you have the choice of 81 holes of championship golf but at Treetops Resort These golf courses are ranked Number 1 Par 3 golf courses in the U.S.
The rolling Michigan terrain creates dramatic views and incredible drives. Even novice golfers can enjoy playing on this course for even good golfers find it a challenge. The twisting golf paths provide a fun drive to the next hole to make this one of the most fun Northern Michigan Golf Courses there is. This is a nice resort too so plan on staying the night to play an early morning round of golf before heading out to the next Michigan golfing vacation spot in the Upper Peninsula.
Now to the ROCK on Drummond Island in the Upper Peninsula
Golf Course #2: Head further up on I75 to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Drive across the beautiful Mackinac Island Bridge and be sure to check out quaint Mackinac Island to your right. You will be visiting it shortly. You will take M119 East to THE ROCK on Drummond Island. This golf course is basically carved out of limestone. It’s rugged and great fun if you want to have a bit of wilderness added to your day on this golf course trip.
Hey, when you pass by the Blue Goose on M119 with the name Petersen on it – wave to Kathy for that’s where she and her husband’s cottage is just west of
which is famous for the beautiful
Les Cheneaux Islands.
Now to Magical Mackinac Island…to play the oldest Michigan golf course!
Golf Course #3: Head down to either St. Ignace or Mackinaw City (across the bridge) to catch
a ferry to magical Mackinac Island.
across the Straits of Michigan. Stay at a quaint Bed & Breakfast or the elegant Iroquois Hotel right on the water. You will have an incredible fun day playing golf at the oldest
and historic golf course in Michigan – Wawashkamo.
In fact, you might want to spend a few nights on this Island to visit all the fantastic sights. There really are two
northern Michigan golf courses on the Island with the second one being the Jewel at the Grand Hotel resort.
But our first choice is Wawashkamo due to it not being so groomed and just a fun golfing experience.
Now you are heading back west to the Lake Michigan shoreline to begin playing some other top northern Michigan golf courses.
Say goodbye to Mackinac Island and head west to Harbor Springs, Michigan to book a room at Boyne Highlands Resort to stay one or two nights.
Your Northern Michigan Golf Vacation Guide continues…
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Check out Putt Putt Golf at Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island. It’s not your usual kid putt putt course!
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