Exceptional golf courses complemented by the natural, Northwoods beauty of Michigan's Lower Peninsula make Grand Traverse Resort and Spa a premier destination for golfers seeking a first-class experience.
Thanks to three great designers, Grand Traverse Resort and Spa boasts a colorful palette of courses, each offering varying levels of challenge. Those courses include The Bear, The Wolverine, and Spruce Run.
For 28 years, the Resort was the host site for the Michigan Open, one of the most prestigious state golf championships in the nation. Through the years, publications like Golf Digest, Conde Nast Traveler, Golf Magazine, Travel & Leisure Golf, and Links Magazine have recognized Grand Traverse us as one of the Midwest's finest golf experiences.
For golfers looking to play together, we also offer Golf Leagues. Call the Golf Academy at 231-534-6550 for more details. For groups contact Kris Ruckle or Joann Hanafi.
Kris assists conference groups already booked at the Resort as well as local, community organizations and social groups. Contact Kris at 231-534-6168 or via email at [email protected].
Joann assists groups of 12 or more specifically looking for golf and/or spa packages that include lodging. Contact Joann at 231-534-6178 or via email at [email protected].
For Tee Time Reservations, Call 231-534-6000
Award Winning Reputation
- Top 75 Golf Resorts in North America (Ranked #48)
- America's 50 Toughest Golf Courses (The Bear Ranked #18)
- Top 40 Casino Courses (The Bear & The Wolverine)
- 10 Great Places for Family Golf
Travel + Leisure Golf
- Best Midwest Golf Resort for a Family Trip
- Silver Medal
GOLF FOR WOMEN
- 25 Best Family Golf Resorts
LINKS GOLF MAGAZINE
- The Best of Golf Top 100 Golf Resorts
MICHIGAN GOLF COURSE OWNERS ASSOCIATION
- The Bear - 2012 Course of the Year
The Science of Golf
“One of the biggest advantages we have in the time we spend with our students is working on the game the way they’re supposed to work on it.”
—Stefan Carlsmith, lead instructor
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