I've always been a big fan of the three courses at Grand Traverse, and they are always in great shape. The Bear is a Jack Nicklaus designed course that used to host the Michigan Open. From the back tees, it's a VERY difficult course. Even from the blue tees, it will be a tough challenge for most golfers. The white... 更多
Have not played Spruce Run for a few years and will not anymore anytime soon as it is really run down and not maintained like the other resort courses. one only has to look in the bunkers to get an overall impression of maintenance, very little sand, leftover fall leaves, sticks etc. We never saw a ranger driving around and... 更多
Went with eight couples (our second such trip there) and we played the Spruce Course, and stayed at the resort. It all started out okay, until the back nine when we were constantly harassed by the course ranger about the pace of play. Now, I'm all about, and completely understand the idea of pace of play... We, ourselves were waiting... 更多
This is a great hotel and conference center attached to three world class golf courses. A nice selection of restaurants and shops. The higher the tower room you select the better the view of Lake Michigan. The west rooms have the best views.
Just wanted to play a quick 9 and let my girlfriend drive. Found a deal for 50$ for 18 holes at wolverine. Called the front desk and they could only offer me 9 at Spruce Run for 55$. Reluctantly accepted, just wanted to play. They also got me for a $10 rider fee and what really irked me was 7$... 更多
" The Bear" gives you beauty and challenge wrapped up in one package. Prefer an easier route? The Wolverine and... 更多
The course looks like they bought peoples back yards and crammed in a golf course. Each hole it seemed like... 更多