From Drummond Island to the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has more than 30 resorts and golf courses with majestic views and challenging link action.
Greywalls Golf Course in Marquette opened in 2005 to rave reviews with The Golfer magazine. In 2006, Golf Digest ranked the course No. 3 in the "Best New Upscale Public Courses" in America. Greywalls and The Heritage comprise the Marquette Golf Club with sensational views of Lake Superior. Stay and Play packages are available at area hotels.
Keweenaw Mountain Lodge’s nine hole, par 36, course in Copper Harbor is unequaled in the area for its breathtaking setting and challenging layout.
TimberStone Golf Club at the Pine Mountain Resort in Ironwood offers a challenging round for golfers of all abilities. Bent grass tees, greens and fairways are accented by native stone and multiple terrain changes throughout the property.
Wild Bluff, located at Bay Mills Resort & Casinos. Wild Bluff is a championship 18 hole golf course overlooking Waishkey Bay, the St. Mary's River and Canada. Gentle rolling terrain and breathtaking views all border the Hiawatha National Forest.
As you head north, you just might want to check out some other great Michigan courses, like the ones in this article, 8 Up North Golf Courses Not to Miss.