Enjoy a golf outing in Michigan.
Play Exemplary Michigan Golf Courses
Embark on your next visit to Michigan and bring your clubs – you'll find a wide range of golf courses all across the state, each yielding scenic views and gripping challenges.
1. Hemlock Golf Course
When your Michigan travels have you in the northern region, be sure to visit Ludington, home of the Hemlock Golf Course. 18 holes and a par 72, Hemlock Golf Club was designed by Raymond Hearn, and was opened in 2002. Drive in from nearby Traverse City or Beulah and play a round at Hemlock Golf Course.
2. Saint Ignace Golf Course
Stay and play in the charming city of Saint Ignace, another exemplary northern MI city. Book your tee time at the Saint Ignace Golf Course and play 18 premier holes – you can drive in from nearby Cheboygan, Harbor Springs, or Sault Saint Marie. Saint Ignace Golf Course is one of the most veteran courses in the state – it opened in 1926.
3. Escabana Country Club
Before you depart from northern Michigan, be sure to explore Escanaba and play a sterling round at the Escanaba Country Club. 18 holes and a par 71, the Escanaba Golf Course at the country club is open to the public, and subject to the standard, seasonal green fees. Drive in from nearby Ishpeming and try for the course record at the Escanaba Golf Course.
4. Plum Brook Golf Club
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The next time you visit Detroit, don't miss out on the excellent golf at Plum Brook Golf Club. Found closer to downtown Sterling Heights, and a short drive from Roseville, the Plum Brook Golf Club is 6,273 yards from the back tees across 18 glorious holes. The course was opened in 1927, and designed by Russ Beaupre.
5. Milham Park Golf Course
You'll find ideal golf conditions on your next spring or summer visit to southern Michigan. Once there, head for Kalamazoo and play a round at the Milham Park Golf Course. 18 holes and a par 72, the Milham Golf Course is just one aspect of the larger Milham Park facility. Visit from nearby Battle Creek or Coldwater, and experience a premier golf outing in Kalamazoo.
6. The Links at Whitmore Lakes
Make the most of your time in Whitmore Lake. Book a tee time soon for The Links at Whitemore Lakes, one of the top courses in southern Michigan. Not far from Hartland, and Howell, The Links at Whitemore Lakes is an 18-hole, public course opened in 1994.
7. Fox Creek Golf Course
Almost directly west of downtown Detroit is the city of Livonia. The next time you visit, head to the Fox Creek Golf Course for an excellent day on the links. A top course for those staying in Woodhaven, Fox Creek Golf Course is 18 holes and open to the public. Challenge yourself and play from the back tees, as they measure in at 6,573 yards.
8. The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe
With any trip into central Michigan, you'll want to experience the fun at The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe. When you visit Grand Rapids you'll want to treat yourself to a round of excellent golf – The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe is 18 holes. Playing to a par of 72 at a distance of 6,821 yards from the back tees, The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe is a can't miss. Make the short drive in from Holland, Wyoming, or Grand Haven.
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9. Swartz Creek Golf Course
In the city of Flint, you'll want to enjoy 18 pristine holes at the Swartz Creek Golf Course. Visit from nearby suburbs Lapeer, Davison, or Birch Run – keep your drives low and straight, mind those bunkers, and keep your putting stroke level. The Swartz Creek Golf Course opened in 1923, and is open to the public.
10. Holiday Greens Golf Course
Your golf adventure in central Michigan won't be complete unless you experience the Holiday Greens Golf Course. Head for Mt. Pleasant and play 18 of the finest, well maintained holes in the state. The Holiday Greens Golf Course is ideal for beginners as it's only a par of 62 across a mere 3,642 yards from the back tee boxes. Opened in 1964, the Holiday Greens Golf Course is an easy drive away from Midland.