There’s more than a road that separates Stonehedge North and South. They have different appeals, despite sharing a name. 

Both are part of Gull Lake View Golf Resort. Stonehedge South was built in 1988.  

“It’s the toughest course we have, in my opinion,” marketing director Jake Heerlyn says.  

The terrain is for the competitive golfer, with rolling hills and tree-lined fairways. It’s beautiful, despite the difficulty. Stonehedge South recently won the Golf Pass Award for course conditions – the top 50 in the country. 

Many golfers say it’s like up-north Michigan without the long car ride to up-north. 

“Each hole at Stonehedge could be considered the ‘signature hole’ as all offer excellent chances for golfers to hit a variety of shots into quick rolling, gently sloping greens,” according to the Michigan Golfer publication. 

But if we have to pick just one, hold out for hole #11. It’s one of the memorable tee shots, with a view of trees on both sides, slightly going uphill. 

Stonehedge North is the younger sibling, built in 1995, and it’s a little more fun and breezy. There are six par threes, six par fours and six par fives. 

“You don’t have to be the best golfer to go out and play and have fun,” Jake says. A lot of golf groups pick this course for their scrambles. 

The signature hole is #7, a short par four. If you’re a long driver you can try to get it in one shot, but it is protected by a bunker and a pond. 

The best time to be on Stonehedge North is around sunset. There’s a sensational view coming down the 18th green. 

They might both be called Stonehedge, but you’re going to get a lot of variety if you choose North and South for your golf vacation. 

Whether you have a group of four or 40, Southern Swing can make it easy to plan your trip.  

Contact Golf Coordinator Kelli Pash about setting up the hotel rooms and tee times for you. She can help you decide what will best fit your group for the ultimate golf getaway.   

Call 269-245-2903 or email to request a quote.