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Gull Lake View Golf Resort

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7417 North 38th Street
Augusta, MI 49012
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(855) 391-4301
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Gull Lake View is home to six championship golf courses rated 4 ½ stars or higher by golf digest.
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Gull Lake View is home to six championship golf courses rated 4 ½ stars or higher by golf digest. Each course offers something a bit different and that variety keeps our guest coming back year after year.

Gull Lake View West Course
The original 18 hole Gull Lake View course was designed and built by Darl Scott in 1963. This course is a mix of fields, hills, valleys, woods and ponds blended into a mature, challenging course. Recent design changes to the back nine have only enhanced this beautiful course.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

Golf Digest – Places to Play (4 1/2 stars)

Gull Lake View East Course
The second of the six 18 hole Gull Lake View courses was designed and built in 1973 by the Darl Scott family. The beautiful 18 hole course maintains its reputation as one of the finest 18 hole courses in Michigan. Hilly terrain, occasional water hazards, and undulating greens put a premium on accuracy and shot making. Rated as high as the 10th best course in Michigan, the par 70 is rarely challenged.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

Golf Digest – Places to Play (4 1/2 stars)

Stonehedge South South
The third of the six Gull Lake View courses was designed in 1988 by Charles Scott. This exacting design is a combination of dramatic rolling, forested land. According to Michigan Golfer, “Each hole at Stonehedge could be considered the “signature hole” as all offer an excellent chance for golfers to hit a variety of shots into quick rolling, gently sloping greens.” Included in Golf Digest’s list of the top 75 most affordable courses in the United States, Stonehedge is a course you do not want to miss.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

Golf Digest – Places to Play (4 1/2 stars)

Bedford Valley


The fourth of the six Gull Lake View courses was designed in 1965 by William Mitchell and was purchased by the Scott family in 1988. This 18 hole facility has always been one of Michigan’s most frequent championship sites. The classic design is known locally as “The Big Course” with its huge greens, large bunkers and fairways lined with mighty oaks. Golf purists rave about the course’s shot values and overall challenging layout. Bedford Valley has been host to the Michigan Open, Michigan Senior Open, Michigan Maxfli PGA Junior Championship, Michigan Publinx State Match Play and the NCAA III National Championship. With a practice facility, professional staff and a friendly atmosphere Bedford Valley is a course you will want to visit many times.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

Gull Lake View’s Bedford Valley Golf Club won the Michigan Golf Course Owners Association (MGCOA) “Michigan Golf Course of the Year” Award for 2010

Golf Digest – Places to Play (4 1/2 stars)

Stonehedge North
The fifth of the six Gull Lake View golf courses was designed in 1995 by Charles and Jon Scott. This 18 hole course presents six par threes, six par fours and six par fives for the entertainment of all golfers. The championship layout offers grassy, windblown holes, forested terrain, elevation changes and large greens. The greens are constructed to USGA specifications, which allows the North Course to continue to compile a strong resume, host to a state championship and many local and regional tournaments.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

Golf Digest – Places to Play (4 1/2 stars)

Stoatin Brae
Gull Lake View’s sixth course, Stoatin Brae sits atop one of the highest points in Kalamazoo County and offers breath-taking views of the Kalamazoo River Valley. A links-style course designed by Traverse City golf architects, Renaissance Golf Design in collaboration with the Scott family, Stoatin Brae affords very generous fescue-lined fairways, four sets of tees to accommodate all skill levels, dramatic views, and undulating green complexes. The wind on top of the grand hill will pose as a challenge, requiring players to precisely bump and run shots to score well. As one of two courses opening in Michigan in 2017, Stoatin Brae is a must play course this season.

Gull Lake View Golf Club & Resort is Southwest Michigan’s oldest and largest golf resort, featuring six championship courses in one amazing destination. Come here for the golf, and play 18-holes a day for six days, without ever playing the same hole twice.

 “ONE OF NINE MOST EAGERLY AWAITED NEW GOLF COURSES OF 2017” — FORBES MAGAZINE

 

Accomodations
Gull Lake View also offers on-site accommodations for up to 256 guests in the Fairway Villas.
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