Michigan golf courses are known for their beauty. With rolling hills and lush green landscapes, they offer sweeping views that attract golfers from close to home, around the state and across the country.
In the autumn, however, the scenery on golf courses really pops. Against the familiar hues of dark green grounds are rich, deep shades of yellow, red and orange in the trees that make the golf experience even more enjoyable.
“Autumn is a glorious time to play golf in Traverse City,” said Jennifer Jenness, PR/Media Relations manager, Traverse City Tourism. “Our championship golf courses were given their finishing touches by some of the country’s leading architects – Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Jerry Matthews, Tom Weiskopf and Gary Player. But their real crowning glory comes with the arrival of fall, when the air gets cool and the scenery becomes ablaze with colors of scarlet, orange and gold.”
The Grand Traverse area’s many golf courses include Interlochen Golf Course, Traverse City Golf and Country Club and LochenHeath Golf Club. Grand Traverse Resort has three golf courses: The Bear, The Wolverine and Spruce Run. Each is unique with its own designer, scenic views and challenging areas of play.
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