Long Days and Unlimited Golf
The easiest way to make a good golf trip great? Add more golf. And there are few places that have all the ingredients for a trip packed full of golf the way Boyne Golf does.
Long days? They get over 15 hours of sunlight. Beautiful weather? Yup, all summer long. And the golf? Ten courses across three properties.
For the true golf junkie, there may not be anywhere better.
Boyne Golf is comprised of three resorts: Boyne Highland, Boyne Mountain, and Bay Harbor. Though they’re all within roughly a half hour drive, each property has unique amenities and a vibe of its own.
Boyne Highlands is an old school, family-friendly resort. Behind the hotel, there’s an expansive lawn that’s home to all manner of activities for kids and families. Like all of the Boyne properties, it also has fantastic dining options, so you never need to leave the property.
This is the resort that you want to stay at to maximize your golf. There are four courses here: the Arthur Hills Course, the Donald Ross Memorial, The Heather, and The Moor.
Full review of the Donald Ross Memorial Course HERE
Full review of the Arthur Hills Course HERE
Full review of The Heather Course HERE
At Boyne Mountain you’ll find another 36 holes – The Alpine and The Monument. It’s also your best bet if you have a familiy that enjoys the water. Boyne Mountain has a massive indoor water park plus a huge lake, so you can swim no matter the weather. It’s also home to a spa, a disc golf course, and 25 biking and hiking trails.
Full review of The Alpine Course HERE
Situated on Lake Michigan, Bay Harbor is the most upscale of the Boyne Golf properties. Whether you stay at the Inn at Bay Harbor or rent one of the nearby homes, you’ll enjoy gorgeous shoreline views.
Golf at Bay Harbor consists of three 9-hole courses at Bay Harbor plus nearby Crooked Tree Golf Club. If you’re going to Boyne, I strongly suggest you get a round on the Links/Quarry at Bay Harbor. It’s easily my favorite 18 at Boyne Golf.
Full review of Bay Harbor HERE
Boyne Golf offers packages for every kind of group and golfer, but they’re best known for their Unlimited Golf plan. It’s easy to see why. For around $125/night, you get lodging and unlimited golf. You’re reading that correctly. For $125 – the cost of a single round at many resorts – you get lodging and all the golf you can play. And with 15 hours of daylight to burn, the only question is 54 or 72?
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