The Houghton Lake Area boasts an even dozen great golf courses for you to enjoy. The next time you get the urge to take a break from the daily routine and enjoy a golf getaway, we're here waiting to spoil you. Golf packages are available from a anumber of the hotels, motels and resorts in the area. Be sure to ask about golf packages when planning your next golf outing.
When it comes to great affordable golf packages Houghton Lake/Roscommon County is the place to play. Here you will find 12 golf courses with packages starting as low as $69 per person/double occupancy including golf, cart and lodging. You have choices from championship challenges at great golf courses, to the well maintained golf course with plenty of room for the novice golfer to gain experience. You will find that we are very accommodating. A call to the Houghton Lake/Roscommon Area Tourism Bureau will result in a list of properties participating in our Golf Package Program. Plan now to spend time with us this summer. You will enjoy not only the golf, but when not on the links you can enjoy shopping, relaxing at one of our great restaurants or taking a dip in one of our many lakes and streams. We look forward to hosting you on your next trip up north.
Redwood Golf Course
4345 Redwood Drive - RoscommonPhone: (989) 821-9821
Redwood Golf Course is a public, 18 hole course located in beautiful Roscommon County perfectly positioned between Houghton Lake and Higgins Lake off of Markey Road. The property boasts a beautiful, newly built clubhouse featuring Ashley's Kitchen, a full serve bar, and a fully stocked pro shop. The course features 6,412 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.1 and it has a slope of 121.
Forest Dunes Golf Club
6399 Forest Dunes Drive - RoscommonPhone: (989) 275-0700
Named one of the Top 100 Golf Courses by Golf Digest, Forest Dunes Golf Club is an 18-hole champion track and part of a real estate development. The course was designed by British Open champion and architect Tom Weiskopf, and opened for play in 2002. The course design evokes the feel of Weiskopf's other courses, and contains a mix of styles, from traditional parkland to links style holes. There are many natural sand dunes and native grasses throughout, as well as towering pines lining several fairways. The course was constructed over rolling terrain and the large greens are undulating and fast. Water comes into play on six holes and there is extensive bunkering throughout the course, adding to the challenge of Forest Dunes. The course plays from 5,097 to 7,104-yards and there are several tees, including a set for juniors, to accommodate all skill levels. The club includes a 15-acre practice facility, 2-acre putting course, and a "playoff" 19th hole - a117-yard, par 3 over water to a green guarded by a bunker in its center. A spectacular new clubhouse welcomes golfers to the course.
Fox Run Country Club
5825 W. Four Mile Road - GraylingPhone: (989) 348-4343
Located just one half mile from I-75 at Exit 251. This course has 18 holes at par 72 with 6362 yards. It is a great place to begin or end your Northern Michigan golf trip. The course features tree lined, gently rolling fairways, challenging greens, marshes, and water. All this adds up to a great course for golfers of all abilities. Built on 225 acres of scenic northern Michigan hardwoods, Fox Run offers tree-lined fairways, marsh holes, heather rough and undulating greens to test players of all abilities. A large club house includes a fully equipped pro shop, as well as a lounge and restaurant featuring cocktails, sandwiches, and a variety of other snacks and beverages. A grass tee driving range, practice bunkers, putting greens, and lessons with PGA golf professional Bob Koutnik are also available.
Pine View Highlands Golf Course
4761 W Houghton Lake Drive - Houghton LakePhone: (989) 366-7726
An affordable, scenic, meticulously maintained golf course with 18 holes playing to a par 71 with a slope rating of 123.The course has a range of 5922 yards from the Blue Tees and 5935 from the White Tees.
The Quest Golf Club
119 Questview Drive - Houghton LakePhone: (989) 422-4516
This course is player friendly golf facility, with a layout and slope rating challenging enough for an interesting and enjoyable round for all levels of players. Laid out with 5 sets of well-sculpted tee boxes, fairways, and wonderfully conditioned greens. A spacious grass driving range and two putting greens, along with a short game area with practice bunker is on the property. This course has a complete restaurant and lounge.
White Deer Country Club
1309 Bright Angel Drive - Prudenville Phone: (989) 366-5812
This course is a picturesque, 18 hole, facility near the shores of Houghton Lake. The course features ten Par 4 holes, four Par 3 and four Par 5 holes over the Par 72 track. Beginners are welcomed as well as the seasoned golfers to enjoy the wooded but friendly layout, as each hole provides a sporty yet challenging golf experience.
Snow Snake Golf
3407 East Mannsiding Road - HarrisonPhone: (989) 539-6583
Snow Snake Ski and Golf’s beauty originates from the natural rolling terrain and tree lined fairways carved out of a hardwood forest in a secluded environment. It is a challenging, scenic “Up North Course” that is geared towards the “shot maker.” The hills, ravines and dense woods created the opportunity for its design, with special attention given to retaining natural hazards and fostering undulating greens. The medium-sized putting surfaces are more sloped than undulating. This picturesque 18-hole golf course has 6138 yards with slope of 133 and a rating of 69.8.
Hotels With Golf Packages
8555 Knapp Rd (1/2 Mile S. of M55)Houghton Lake, MI 48629
Skinner Park offers softball fields, pavilions, a walking trail, and soccer fields. This park is located at the Roscommon Township Hall site on Knapp Road. A fitness trail is located at Skinner Park with nine fitness equipment stations through the pine trees. A 9-hole Disc Golf Course is now open to the public. Disc Golf is played like traditional "ball" golf, but with flying discs instead of balls and clubs. One point (stroke) is counted each time the disc is thrown and when a penalty is incurred. The objective is to play each hole in the fewest strokes possible. The player with the lowest total strokes for the entire course wins.