An unforgettable golf vacation awaits at Shanty Creek Resorts. With four distinctly northern Michigan golf courses including Arnold Palmer’s The Legend, Tom Weiskopf’s Cedar River, the challenging Schuss Mountain course, and the original Summit G.C., your game just got better.
Condé Nast Traveler named Shanty Creek among the “Top Golf Resorts in the World” and the best ranked golf resort in Michigan. And outstanding service earned Shanty Creek a Silver Medal from Golf Digest and “Best Family Golf Resort in the Midwest” by Great Lakes Golf.
The Legend GC
Designed by Arnold Palmer, The Legend was awarded 4½ stars in Golf Digest’s “Places to Play Directory.” Cascading over hilltops with stunning views of Lake Bellaire and into valleys alongside crystal clear waters, The Legend was named one of the top four resort courses in the United States by the readers of Golf Magazine.
Par: 72 • Yards 6,764 • Slope: 137 • Rating: 73.6
Cedar River GC
Designed by PGA player & architect, Tom Weiskopf, Cedar River was named one of America’s Top 100 Resort Courses by Golf Week and among the “Top 1,000 Courses in the World” by Rolex. One of Golf Magazine’s “Top Ten in the U.S. You Can Play,” this northern Michigan course offers five tees.
Par: 72 • Yards: 6,989 • Slope: 144 • Rating: 73.6
Schuss Mountain GC
Annually named one of the top public courses in Michigan, Schuss Mountain is a challenging course carved into Pure Michigan. Schuss Mountain delivers the challenge golfers seek throughout 6,922 yards of abundant wetlands, rolling hills, and wildlife.
Par: 72 • Yards: 6,922 • Slope: 127 • Rating: 73.4
The Shanty Creek original, this William Diddel design is one of northern Michigan’s gems rolling gently across the hills of Antrim County. A long-time favorite among golfers who favor wide fairways and fast greens.
This full length course features family-friendly and beginner-friendly “hack golf” including par 3 tees on every hole and big 15″ cups on every green (in addition to traditional cups). The PGA of America has recognized Shanty Creek for its adoption of “Hack Golf” and “Golf 2.0″ efforts to introduce more beginners to the game.
Par: 71 • Yardage: 6,260 • Slope: 122 • Rating: 72