Sister Courses

Boyne Golf Courses

Michigan's First Name in Golf

BOYNE is centered in the prime golf environment of Michigan's northern lower peninsula. These 171 holes of world-class golf are the products of some of the game's masters including Robert Trent Jones, Arthur Hills, and Donald Ross.

  • 11 Stunning Courses.
  • 171 Spectacular Holes.
  • 3 Outstanding Resorts.
  • 0 Excuses.

Boyne Highlands Resort

Boyne Highlands Resort features four championship caliber courses, that have long demonstrated a tendency to test the skills of golfers at every level. With play extending up and around the mountain, into low blueberry patches and through dense forested fairways, the doglegs, bunkers and water elements make each round unique - and uniquely rewarding.

Arthur Hills

This must-play course for every serious golfer is an amazing spectacle of design and beauty. A colossal course that requires patience and respect. The Arthur Hills Course boasts many traps and hazards to trip up even the best of players.

Donald Ross Memorial

The Donald Ross Memorial is a composite of classic golf holes designed by Donald Ross in the early part of the century and re-created at Boyne from some of the architect's most renowned golf courses.

The Heather

The Heather was the first of Boyne's golf courses. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, the Heather has stood the test of time as an elite, best of the best, championship course. You'll find challenging shots along wide tree-lined fairways, sculpted bunkers and daunting water hazards.

The Moor

The Moor, Boyne Highland's second golf course,  features numerous doglegs, marshes and water holes along its 6850 yards. A well designed course for players of all levels, and is host to many exciting events, including the AJGA's Coca-Cola Championship.  

Bay Harbor Golf Club

Bay Harbor Golf Club has earned its reputation as one of the nation's most beautiful - and most challenging golf courses, featuring three distinct 9-hole courses that take players from one unique setting to another, encompassing sweeping shoreline bluffs, rugged rock formations, natural dunes and lush woodlands.

The Links

The Links rests on the shores of Lake Michigan with miles of shoreline that forms a backdrop of incomparable beauty, accented with towering bluffs and dunes. It's a stunning achievement in the sport of golf.

The Preserve

This natural beauty is a haven for wildlife and golfers alike. Stately hardwoods tower over lush grasses, wildflowers and wetlands- all within earshot of Lake Michigan's shores.

The Quarry

Already on the short list of the world's most unique courses, The Quarry winds its way through and around an immense shale quarry, complete with 40-foot gorges, stone cliffs, natural ponds and a gentle waterfall.    

Boyne Mountain Resort

The uniqueness of this resort speaks for itself, featuring two 18-hole, championship caliber golf courses. Both beautifully-designed and technically challenging, they're known as golfer's golf courses.

The Alpine

Home of the Tournament of Champions, The Alpine takes on you a one mile ascent up the backside of Boyne Mountain and weaves down the mountainside toward the spectacular Deer Lake. The stunning vistas with strategically placed water hazards and bunkers provide a thrilling round of golf.

The Monument

Dedicated to those who have left lasting imprints on the game of golf, the Monument is a composite of dramatic and challenging holes of widely varying character, reflecting the distinct design philosophies of such noted architects as Donald Ross, Dr. Alister Mackenzie, and Robert Trent Jones.  

Crooked Tree Golf Club

This 18 hole championship course, designed by Arthur Hills, is carved carefully into the stands of centuries-old hardwood and perched on the bluffs overlooking panoramic views of Little Traverse Bay. Recent improvements to holes 16, 17, & 18 have increased the charm and playability of the course, providing a golf experience unmatched by many courses in the area.

Hidden River Golf & Casting Club

This course, designed by Bruce Matthews III, is recognized as one of northern Michigan's best kept - and best loved - secrets. Hidden River is located within an easy ten-mile drive from Boyne Highlands Resort, and provides a refreshing change from the ordinary. Known for its impeccable course conditions, exceptional guest service and irresistible menu Hidden River is a gem to be enjoyed by golfers of all skill levels.