Seven Amazing Golf Holes in MI. Where Are Your Favorites to Play?
Michigan is home to some amazing and beautiful golf courses.
When the summertime rolls around, thousands of Michiganders dust off the clubs and hit the links. With well over 600 hundred courses in the state to choose from, the options are endless and you can find some truly amazing holes to play.
Pretty much every golfer out there has a few favorite courses and probably several favorite holes. When you are out there playing some holes just leave a lasting impression that you'll never forget. Whether it's a hole that you hit the best shot of your life on or a hole that you love to hate, they always stick with you.
After talking with some friends over the holiday weekend, we all shared some of our most memorable and/or the most iconic holes in the state. You'll see six of them below, but I know there are more beautiful and iconic holes that we can add to the list. Be sure to leave your favorites in the comments.
Below you'll find six holes that are either beautiful, fun to play, iconic, or challenging that are worth trying out.
Bay Harbor Golf Club - Links Course Hole #7
Located in Bay Harbor, MI, this 500-yard par 5, sits on a cliff overlooking Lake Michigan.
Eagle Eye Golf Club - Hole #17
Stop by for a round at Eagle Eye the next time you are in Bath, MI. Hole #17 is a challenging par 3 with an island green, which is a replica of the famous TPC Sawgrass 17th hole.
Shanty Creek Resort - The Legend Course - Hole #4
This hole makes the list because of the photo below. One of the guys on my golf league said this photo is of his brother. Iconic photo for sure. Thanks Craig.
Metamora Golf & Country Club - Hole #3
Metamora Golf Club is home to a beautiful 513-yard par 5 with an island green.
Red Hawk Golf Club - Hole #3
Who needs a fairway? Hole #3 at Red Hawk Golf Club in East Tawas is a par 3 with an elevated tee box.
The Nightmare - Hole #8
West Branch, MI is home to both The Dream and The Nightmare golf courses. Hole #8 on The Nightmare is a monster, 626-yard par 5.
Let us know about other hidden gems and iconic holes throughout Michigan in the comments.