7417 North 38th Street
Augusta, MI 49012
844) 858-2015
Price to Play
$51 - $75

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Gull Lake View Golf Resort

Gull Lake is a golf resort and conference center in Southwest Michigan between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo with six golf courses mostly designed by the Scott Family.

The Gull Lake View East Course is a hilly, parkland layout with a generous amount of water in play and tends to be more target golf with tight landing areas and approaches to the greens. It's short though at 6,032 yards, 68.8/124, course/slope ratings from the tips.

The West is the original course at Gull Lake and is a similar layout over hilly, tree lined fairways with water in play on five holes and more forgiving off the tee than the East. It's a tad longer at 6,345 yards, 70.6/126, course/slope ratings from the tips with three shorter tees.

Stonehedge North is located a couple of miles down the road with Stonehedge South. It's more of an updated design along tree lined fairways over varying degrees of elevation change. It plays to 6,712 yards, 72.4/132, course/slope ratings from the tips with four shorter tees.

Stonehedge South might be the preferred layout and is a traditional, parkland design along narrow tree lined corridors over rolling topography with a variety of doglegs in addition to a moderate amount of sand bunkers. From the back tees it plays to 6,628 yards, 72.7/133, course/slope with four shorter tees.

Bedford Valley is the only course not designed by the Scott Family and instead was designed in 1965 by William Mitchell. It's known as "The Big Course," due to its broad, tree lined fairways, an abundance of sand bunkers, and massive green complexes. From the back tees the course is the longest at 7,020 yards, 73.6/138, course/slope ratings with four shorter tees.

Stoatin Brae, Grand Hill in Gaelic, is a heathland design on a former apple orchard on a ridge of one of the highest elevations in Kalamazoo County. It marches along broad, firm and fast fairways with tall knee-high grasses and wildflower areas at the margins. Due to its setting and lack of trees, it's wide open to the elements with a modest amount of sand bunkers, but is absent water hazards. It was designed by Renaissance Golf's architects Eric Iverson, Brian Schneider, Brian Slawnik, and Don Placek.