NEW! Best Challenging Little Golf Course in the Midwest
9 Holes: $10 + cart
Picture yourself golfing these nine waterholes!
About 100 years old...about 100 feet high.
A relic from the past stands tall on the fairways. For 70 years, from 1881 to 1951,
Nahma, Michigan, was a company town; this was the working site of the Bay De
Noquet Lumber Company. This towering, weather-vaned silo was used to burn
excess sawdust. Nice course hazard!
Water, water everywhere. Only nine holes to sink. Every hole is a water hole at Upper Peninsula Golf and Lake Resort. Lake Michigan's rivers, streams and fingers surround every fairway and green. Warning: Don't tackle this course unless you're an above-average golfer. This partial view of the layout was taken just prior to course construction in 2010. Picture yourself here!
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