We Have the Deals You Want

If you’re looking for golf deals in Michigan, check out the Stay and Play golf packages at Treetops Resort. With many customizable packages to choose from, you can create a golf getaway that perfectly suits your group. Stay for one night and one round of golf or come for a week and play as much as you like.

Click each deal’s link at the bottom to learn more about our Stay and Play packages, featuring Michigan’s finest golf courses:

Traditional Stay and Play

If you only have time for a quick trip, the Traditional Stay and Play package is all you need. You’ll get one night in our lodge and a round of golf with a cart on our player-friendly Tradition course.

About Treetops’ Rick Smith Tradition Course: While all of our courses at Treetops are challenging, if you’re looking for our most player-friendly course, this is it. Tradition has less dramatic changes in elevation, wider fairways, and a more natural landscape than the other courses on the property. Four tee box options and few hidden shots make for an enjoyable round of golf.

Holes: 18 | Par: 70 | Rating: 70.0 | Yardage: 6,354

Premier Stay and Play

The Premier Stay and Play package is another good choice for quick trips to get away and play a little golf. Enjoy a night in the Treetops Lodge and a round of golf on the Premier course.

About Treetops’ Tom Fazio Premier Course: The only golf course in Michigan designed by the famous golf course architect Tom Fazio, Premier is a special treat for Michigan golfers. With steep slopes and plenty of dogleg turns, Premier challenges even the most seasoned players.

Holes: 18 | Par: 72 | Rating: 73.3 | Yardage: 6,832

Championship Stay and Play

For a more comprehensive Treetops golf experience, consider the Championship Stay and Play package. If your group wants to escape for a little longer and play a lot of golf, this is the getaway you need. The Championship package includes lodging for two nights and four rounds of golf on any of our 18-hole courses, including the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Masterpiece Course and the Rick Smith Signature Course, or our nine-hole course, Threetops.

About Treetops’ Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Masterpiece Course: Treetops’ first course as well as its longest, Masterpiece is widely considered the most challenging course at Treetops; some say it’s the most challenging in Michigan. At a golf resort known for its great views, the vistas from Masterpiece might be the most breathtaking.

Holes: 18 | Par: 71 | Rating: 74.8 | Yardage: 7,068

About Treetops’ Rick Smith Signature Course: In 2018, Golftime magazine named the Signature the best golf course in Michigan, and we think you’ll agree. With all her sloping mounds and narrow fairways, the Rick Smith-designed Signature will keep your whole group on their toes.

Holes: 18 | Par: 70 | Rating: 72.9 | Yardage: 6,653

About Treetops’ Rick Smith Threetops Course: Treetops’ nine-hole par 3 course is the first course ever designed by Rick Smith, who has gone on to design some of the best in the country. Why wouldn’t that be the case, as Threetops is also widely recognized by multiple publications as the #1 par 3 course in the country, and for good reason.

Holes: 9 | Par: 27 | Yardage: 1,435

Customize Your Stay

All of our Stay and Play packages can be customized with extra rounds of golf, more nights in the lodge, spa services, or additional activities. And make sure you come back and check this page frequently – we put up new golf deals all season long.

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Golf Digest included Treetops Resort and our Premier course in their Ultimate Michigan Buddies’ Trips of 2018, and for good reason. Our rooms are comfortable and located close to our five award-winning golf courses. And in the summer the sun stays up late here, so your group can book a late tee time and get one last round in before you hit the lounge.

Got questions about our Stay and Play packages? Call us at (866) 348-5249 to learn more about our golf deals in Michigan.

Treetops History: The First Course

Treetops led the way of the Northern Michigan golf course construction boom in the 1980s and 1990s. It began in 1983, when Jackson, Michigan businessman Harry Melling purchased what was then the Sylvan Knob Ski Area, the property on which Treetops Resort is now located. After purchasing the resort, Melling began to think of ways he could utilize the property and generate income from Michigan’s warm summers. The answer: build golf courses to keep the property busy outside of ski season. And who better to hire for the job than one of the most influential figures in golf at the time, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. In a career that spanned nearly 70 years, Jones was one of the most prolific builders of links in the 20th century, designing 450 golf courses around the world between the 1930s and 1990s — including Treetops’ Masterpiece.

Masterpiece opened in 1987, and with Jones’ trademark “difficult par, easy bogey” layout, challenging elevation changes, breathtaking views, and forced carries, it won many accolades, including second best new resort course by Golf Digest. It remains one of the most exhilarating courses in the state, with a rating of 75.5 and a slope of 144.

As you tee up at the sixth hole of Jones Masterpiece, we hope you’ll experience the same awe that inspired Robert Trent Jones, Sr. to come up with the name “Treetops” 40 years ago. Join us and walk in the footsteps of legends like Robert Trent Jones, Sr. when you stay and play at Treetops Resort.