Manitou Passage is an Arnold Palmer Signature Course that is located in an area that gave rise to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, one of the most beautiful places in in Leelanau County. The course is set amidst green meadows and the high, coastal forests that abut Lake Michigan’s beaches and dunes and afford stunning views of a serenely beautiful landscape. The topography and ever-present winds off the water make this a course that always presents new challenges. The course is open to the public every day during the season except for aerification days.
Manitou Passage Golf Club
4600 Club Drive
Cedar, MI 49621
Guests of The Homestead have exclusive use of the Mountain Flowers Par 3, nine-hole golf course that is nestled in the center of the resort. Your game begins at the pro shop in The Village near Little Belle, one of our quaint resort hotels. Work your way up and down the dune elevations and tee off with Lake Michigan, the Manitou Islands and the Sleeping Bear Dunes as your backdrop. The spectacular views will take your breath away while the course challenges your ability.
The Homestead – Mountain Flowers Par 3
Wood Ridge Road
Glen Arbor, MI 49636
We have 18 holes for your enjoyment. We are a casual, friendly course featuring 5730 yards of relaxing golf. Our location in the Glen Lake – Sleeping Bear Dunes Area gives you many opportunities to enjoy all of Northern Michigan’s outdoor activities.
Dunes Golf Club was built in 1982, and opened the following spring as a 3152 yard 9 hole course. Back nine construction began in the fall of 1989. It opened in the fall of 1991. Although shorter, at 2578 Yards, the back nine is still harder for most golfers, thanks to its tight tree lined fairways.
Dunes Golf Club
6464 W. Empire Hwy (M-72)
Empire, MI 49630
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We have a ladies Women's League forming on Wednesday mornings. This is a nine hole league, fun, a little bit of friendly competition, lovely ladies and always open to meeting and making new friends. Please email Lori at email@example.com for more information! Our season opening date is Wed, May 27. Obviously, we are keeping everything open as we navigate these many changes. Please join us!! ... See MoreSee Less
Do you know what today is? It's opening day at The Dunes! After a short delay we are open for the 2020 Season! Come on out and get your exercise in while playing golf.
Due to the pandemic we have had to change a few things with play at the course. Walking is now required, no power carts, pull carts can be used. Flagpoles will now have a noodle on them down in the cup. when your ball hits the noodle it will be deemed as sinking the putt. Please do not touch flagpole. Rakes and ball washers have been removed. Other than those changes everything else remains the same. Get out of the house and get swinging! ... See MoreSee Less
Northport Creek is a par 35 course located within the Village of Northport – just blocks from the Northport Marina.
Designed by noted Michigan golf architect Jerry Matthews, the course focuses on the natural – using the contours and beauty of the old farm land to suggest the placement of the holes and the flow of the course.
Northport Creek’s owners have taken Matthew’s focus on the natural even further with the addition of solar to power the golf carts and the course irrigation, making Northport Creek the first solar powered golf course in the country!
Northport Creek Golf Course
355 West 8th Street
Northport, MI 49670
The Leelanau Club at Bahle Farms features spectacular views of Suttons Bay and Lake Michigan. While varied terrain with hills, woodlands, water, and strategically placed bunkers offer a memorable round of golf. The entry way and two holes (#13 and #16) are situated among working cherry orchards, just ripe for the picking in July while golfers plan their strategy to the green.
The Leelanau Club at Bahle Farms has become a golf course people want to play again and again. Undulating greens, tree-lined fairways, and strategically placed bunkers will put a premium on shot making rather than brute strength. Yet, there are a few holes, like #13, a 440 yard par 4, which will require distance as well as direction
The design makes insightful use of the tremendous natural variety of the land. Players will negotiate a myriad of terrain types including ridges, ravines, gullies, orchards, and highland meadows.
The Leelanau Club at Bahle Farms
9505 E. Otto Road
Suttons Bay, MI 49682