Hist County Road 1 Lewiston, MI 49756
This resort, which was named by “GOLF Magazine” to its 1998 list of “Silver Medal Resorts,” has four outstanding eighteen hole courses that are well manicured and a challenge for all skill levels. The Reflections Course has water hazards coming into play on eight holes, and its tree-lined fairways are quite hilly. The greens are undulating and some are elevated. There is an abundance of wildlife living on and around the courses. The Monarch and the Swampfire courses have a number of similarities. The Monarch Course has water hazards coming into play on fourteen holes, and the Swampfire Course has water coming into play on fifteen holes. The newest addition is the Fountains Course, which was added in late 1995. This course is hillier than the other three courses. There are six par 3’s, six par 4’s and six par 5’s. Every pond has a fountain, which is how the course earned its name. A few of the hole play across County Road 489, and to cross over you must proceed across the largest and most rickety single-span log bridge in the world. Metal spikes are not permitted on the Fountains Course. Golf card discounts are accepted during the week with a one-day reservation.
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