Ten Courses. Three Resorts. One Experience.
It is not often that your golf vacation plans can include a trip to the U.S. National Golf Course Owner’s Association Course of the Year, but now it can. The Heather at Boyne Highland provides just that opportunity! The Heather was the first BOYNE Golf course in 1966 and launched the golf boom in northern Michigan, now considered America’s Summer Golf Capital.
But The Heather is just one of 10 BOYNE Golf courses at their three resort destinations, with course designs from some of the game’s masters including Robert Trent Jones Sr., Arthur Hills, and Donald Ross. It is the largest golf resort group in America north of the famous Pinehurst, N.C. and offers the perfect golf vacation.
In addition to The Heather, Boyne Highlands offers three additional courses including The Moor, Arthur Hills, and Donald Ross Memorial, a compilation of some of Ross’ finest holes from around the world! Readers of Golf.com selected Boyne Highlands as the United States “No. 1 Golf Resort for Value.”
Only 20 minutes from Boyne Highlands, The Inn at Bay Harbor and Bay Harbor Golf Club were selected as one of the Best Golf Resorts in the America’s by Golf Digest. Famed golf course architect Arthur Hills developed 27 spectacularly diverse holes on three distinct and varied courses (The Links, The Preserve, and The Quarry) along Lake Michigan’s coastline giving birth to the Pebble Beach of the Midwest.
Crooked Tree Golf Club sits across the street and is carved through centuries- old hardwoods on bluffs high above Bay Harbor. In addition to perfect summer weather and cool evenings, Boyne Resorts location in the northwest portion of lower Michigan means long summer days that easily allow you to play 36 holes or more.
A short drive inland brings golfers to BOYNE Golf’s third resort — 36-hole Boyne Mountain. A spectacular mountainside setting affords golfers on The Alpine and The Monument memorable courses with breathtaking views of nearby Deer Lake as they wind down from the mountain-top first tees, a ten minute cart ride drive from the golf shop.
Boyne checks off all of the requirements for a great golf vacation. Whether travelling with buddies, couples, or your significant other, Boyne offers a variety of courses, lodging and package options including unlimited golf, and the best golfing value available with the Great Escape Package.
Beyond golf, BOYNE’s unique on-property amenities include award-winning spas, waterfront dining, sandy beaches, Avalanche Bay — Michigan’s largest indoor waterpark, and adventure sport venues. Nearby you’ll find the historic, lakeside resort towns of Charlevoix, Harbor Springs and Petoskey and it’s less than an hour to Mackinac Island. Is it any wonder why Golf Digest named BOYNE one of the Top-10 destinations for family golf trips?
BOYNE Golf’s courses are a 7-hour drive from Toronto. Delta, United, and American offer service to Traverse City (TVC) or Pellston (PLN). Private planes can also land directly at Boyne Mountain’s private airstrip.
For more information and to plan your visit BOYNEGolf.com/HTM or call 833.232.0320.