Championship Golf Courses
Boyne Mountain Resort | Boyne Falls, MI
Host of the Annual Tournament of Champions. The Alpine trends down the mountainside—presenting a diverse array of obstacles and a layout that tests every aspect of your game.
Golf distinct designs from legendary golf course architects like Donald Ross, Dr. Alister Mackenzie, Robert Trent Jones, George Fazio and Pete Dye. From the opening shot atop Boyne Mountain through the signature island green on the 18th hole, The Monument will certainly challenge your game.
9 miles from Hotel Walloon
Bay Harbor Golf Club | Petoskey, MI
Bay Harbor Golf Club features 27-holes designed by Arthur Hills, which plays as three different course combinations (Links/Quarry, Quarry/Preserve, Preserve/Links). The Links, Quarry, and Preserve were designed to be three very different courses that could be combined into one seamless experience. The design and quality is consistent but the play and “flavor” of each course is unique. Lake Michigan was also a major influence in the design of Bay Harbor Golf Club and each course has at least one stunning view of the bay along the course play.
12 miles from Hotel Walloon
Boyne Highlands Resort | Harbor Springs, MI
A colossal course, The Arthur Hills Course boasts many obstacles to challenge even serious golfers. Hole #13 offers one of the most spectacular holes in Northern Michigan.
The Donald Ross Memorial is a composite of classic golf holes designed by Donald Ross in the early part of the century and re-created at Boyne Highlands from some of the architect’s most renowned golf courses, including Oakland Hills, Seminole Golf Club, Pinehurst #2, Inverness and Oak Hill.
BOYNE’s very first golf course, The Heather by Robert Trent Jones, has stood the test of time as an elite championship course. Host to the 100th Michigan Amateur in 2011.
The Moor features numerous obstacles along its 6850 yards. A well-designed course for players of all levels. The Moor was the second course built at Boyne Highlands and is a host to many exciting events, including the AJGA’s Coca-Cola Championship, Kircher Cup and Harbor Cup.
18 miles from Hotel Walloon
Belvedere Golf Club | Charlevoix, MI
Named Golf Magazines #1 Classic Course in Michigan. The Belvedere Golf Club has been part of the fabric of Northern Michigan since it was designed in 1925 by famed architect, William Watson, who is known for classic and major championship designs across America including Olympia Fields in Chicago, Interlachen in Minneapolis, The Olympic Club in San Francisco and others. Belvedere is a place where you can experience the same course as historic legends like Bobby Jones, Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and Tom Watson.
25 miles from Hotel Walloon
Treetops Resort | Gaylord, MI
Home to five award-winning golf courses, Treetops is a popular destination for golf aficionados of all ages and skill levels.
The only golf course in Michigan designed by Tom Fazio, the Premier course is a special treat for Michigan golfers. With rolling fairways and just one water hazard, the Premier course is player-friendly. On the contrary, with steep slopes and plenty of dogleg turns, the Premier still challenges even the most seasoned players.
Named one of the best golf courses in the Midwest by Golf Magazine. With all of the sloping mounds and narrow fairways, the Rick Smith-designed Signature course will keep your whole group on their toes.
Opened in 1987, Golf Digest named it the second-best new course in the country. Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed this course with deep ravines, plentiful sand traps, tough pin placement, numerous water hazards and constant elevation changes. The Masterpiece is widely considered the most challenging course at Treetops.
Rick Smith’s third resort course design is the most player-friendly course at Treetops. The Tradition course has less elevation change, wider fairways, and a more natural landscape than the other courses on the property.
Treetops’ nine-hole executive course is widely considered the top par-3 course in the country. Photo-worthy vistas surround the course’s brief but often steep fairways. Perfect for golfers looking for a warm-up round or a quick game before heading home.
33 miles from Hotel Walloon