Where to Golf In & Around Traverse City


A-Ga-Ming Golf
Resort Antrim Dell
12352 Antrim Dr., Ellsworth

A-Ga-Ming Golf
Resort – Sundance
627 A-Ga-Ming Dr., Kewadin

A-Ga-Ming Golf
Resort – The Torch
627 A-Ga-Ming Dr., Kewadin

Bay Meadows Golf Course
5220 Barney Rd., Traverse City

Centennial Farm Golf Club
3388 W. Eddy School Rd., Bellaire

Dunes Golf Club
6464 W. Empire Hwy., Empire

Elmbrook Golf Course
1750 Townline Rd.,Traverse City

Grand Traverse Resort & Spa
3 Courses
•Spruce Run
•The Bear
•The Wolverine
100 Grand Traverse Resort Village Blvd., Acme

Hawk’s Eye Golf Resort
2620 Hawk’s Eye Dr., Bellaire

Leelanau Club At Bahle Farms
9505 Otto Rd., Suttons Bay

LochenHeath Golf Club
7951 Turnberry Circle,
Traverse City

Manitou Passage Golf Club
4600 Club Dr., Cedar

Mistwood Golf Course
568 Ole White Dr., Lake Ann

The Crown Golf Club
2430 W. Crown Dr., Traverse City

Traverse City Golf & Country Club
1725 S Union St., Traverse City


Don’t Like Sticks? Try Footgolf!

Dutch enthusiasts created official rules and courses for this sport in the 80s. Now a recognized tournament sport in over 20 countries, the American FootGolf League recognizes 85 participating U.S. courses in 29 states. Traverse City is home to two of Michigan’s four courses.

Played with a regulation No. 5 soccer ball, the basic rules of FootGolf are like those of golf – whoever finishes the course with the least number of “strokes” is the winner. The first shot at each hole has to be taken from the tee, and players must play past the usual array of bunkers, trees, water hazards and hills.

Footgolfers are expected to abide by the rules of the hosting course, including dress code and appropriate shoes.


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