Treetops Resort is Home to 5 Fantastic Michigan Golf Courses

Take it all in. Over 1,500 acres of green, rough, and bunkers as far as the eye can see. And once you get to that horizon, you’ll see why we’re called Treetops. We get that you’re a little intimidated, that’s understandable. You are in the presence of the 5 Wonders of Michigan and there’s no real way to get over it, but to get into it. You just might get a hole-in-one. Maybe.


The only course by world-renowned Tom Fazio in Michigan rests on Treetops soil. It strikes the perfect balance between challenge and forgiveness. When asked to name a signature hole, Fazio replied, “All of them!”


Rick Smith’s first 18-hole course uses influences from his trips to Scotland and Ireland to mirror the best courses overseas. There might be a pot o’ gold on that 18th hole!


Robert Trent Jones’ “crowning glory” course takes advantage of natural terrain. The money-shot is on the sixth hole, featuring a 120’ vertical drop and is the site where Trent Jones coined the name “Treetops.”


Rick Smith’s design pays homage to golf’s origin with a layout of high ridges and hilltops while providing a walkable option for those looking to avoid bogeys, embarrassment or both.


Nationally recognized since it opened, mainly for its punny name, Threetops conducted the ESPN Par 3 Shootout for years. Legends such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples have graced the course.

Awards? Yep, we've won a few of those.

Looking for love scenes on the greens?

Take your beau and impress them with a birdie or two. Or you both can get romantically stuck in the bunker together for the next 7 holes. Whatever floats your boat. Nothing says love like tolerating bogey after bogey.