MICHIGAN'S BEST GOLF COURSES
By Ken Liebeskind
With over 800 public golf courses and some exceptional resort courses, there's lots of great golf in Michigan for golfers of every level. Beginners looking for an easier course to play can try Huron Hills at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Championship golf can be played at a variety of Michigan's best golf courses around the state, including the Garland Resort in Lewiston, which offers four challenging courses on 3,500 acres of wilderness amidst lakes, streams, hardwood and a variety of elevation changes.
In the Great Lakes region, one of Michigan's best golf courses is Lake Michigan Hills Golf Club in Benton Harbor. Built on a former apple and pear orchard, the course features tree lined fairways, elevation changes and 59 sand bunkers that make play around the greens extra challenging.
Southwestern Michigan offers some of Michigan's best golf courses, including the Berrien Hills Golf Club, the Brookwood Golf Course, Hampshire Country Club and Indian Lakes Golf Course.
Northern Michigan features one of Michigan's best golf courses at the Bay Harbor Golf Club in Bay Harbor, which offers great golf on three nines situated amidst shoreline bluffs, dunes, rugged rock formations and verdant woodlands.
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One of Michigan's best golf courses
is the Bay Harbor Golf Club
The Links nine was inspired by the seaside courses of Ireland with a signature seventh hole that was recently ranked in the "Top 500 golf holes in the world" by GOLF Magazine.
The Fortress Golf Course in Frankenmuth, Michigan's Little Bavaria, is another of Michigan's best golf courses with challenging bunkers and a signature island hole. This is a Scottish style course with fescue covered mounds revealing huge well guarded greens.
Two nationally awarded golf courses are Tullymore and St. Ives, the resort courses in Stanwood. Tullymore was named the No. 1 new public course in America in 2002 by Golf Digest. The course features five par 3s and five par 5s with distinctly shaped greens. The toughest hole on the course is the 2nd, a long par 4 at 465 yards with a squiggly fairway bunker on the right that demands precise drives.
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