Located in Gaylord, Michigan, Treetops Resort is home to 5 different golf courses and 81 holes of spectacular terrain with dramatic views, contours, and rolling hills. The facility features four 18-hole golf courses, one nine-hole course and one of just three putting courses in Michigan.
As the only golf course in Michigan designed by Tom Fazio, the Premier course is player friendly with rolling fairways and just one water hazard. With steep slopes and plenty of dogleg turns, Premier still challenges even the most seasoned players.
With its sloping mounds and narrow fairways, it’s easy to see why the Rick Smith-designed Signature has been named one of the best golf courses in the Midwest.
When the Masterpiece opened in 1987, Golf Digest named it the second-best new course in the country. Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed this course with deep ravines, plentiful sand traps, numerous water hazards and elevation changes. The Masterpiece is widely considered the most challenging course at Treetops.
The Tradition is considered the most player-friendly course at Treetops. The Tradition course has less elevation change, wider fairways, and a more natural landscape than the other courses on the property.
Along with another Michigan golf course, The Dunes Club, Treetops’ nine-hole executive course features dramatic elevation changes and is considered among the top par-3 courses in the country.
The Himalayas is one of just three putting courses in Michigan. The grounds crew sets up a different layout each day on the undulating 17,000 square-foot putting course. You can putt The Himalayas for free when it’s not reserved.