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Treetops Resort features 238 guest rooms, including standard and deluxe hotel rooms and two and three bedroom condominiums. Nearly every room takes advantage of our majestic setting and offers sweeping vistas of ski hills, golf courses, pristine woods or wetlands. Wake up refreshed as a bear in springtime, ready to do it again, for with five courses, 23 runs and the vast beauty of the Michigan wilderness surround you, you’ll never get bored.
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Masterpiece - Gaylord, Michigan golf
Golf Digest 4 1/2 Stars Robert Trent Jones, Sr.´s final design in Michigan is truly a masterpiece.
In his own words, Jones claimed it as his crowning glory.

The course is located at the headwaters of the Pigeon River and takes full advantage of natural valleys, ravines and broad plains.
The signature sixth hole features a 120´...
Golf Digest 4 1/2 stars
Premier is the only golf course in Michigan designed by famed architect, Tom Fazio.

The course makes the most of the rolling terrain, striking the perfect balance between challenge and forgiveness.
When asked to name a signature hole, Fazio replied, "all of them."

Play a round on the Premier and we think...
Golf Digest 4 1/2 stars.

Rick Smith, renowned architect and golf instructor; set the bar high with Signature; his first 18-hole designed course.

The course unfolds into a high upland area and features undulating greens and wide, forgiving fairways.
Undisturbed natural areas are prominent on holes four and eleven.

Signature has...
#1 Ranked Par 3 Course in North America Threetops.

Rick Smith´s first par three-designed golf course, has been receiving national recognition since it opened in 1992.
It consistently ranks as the #1 par three course in America by Golf Magazine, Golfweek, Golf & Travel and several others and is perhaps the most recognized PAR 3 course in...
Golf Digest 4 1/2 stars.

Tradition is Rick Smith´s walking golf course which pays homage to golf´s origin.
The course is well named as it features “traditional” wooden pins and pennant flags.

The links-style layout takes advantage of high ridges and hilltops, providing some sloping while still being walkable.