7951 Turnberry Circle, Williamsburg
Grand Traverse County
LochenHeath is of Scottish origin. “”Loch”” is translated as lake and “”Heath”” is a native grass. The property, a scenic bluff overlooking East Grand Traverse Bay in the upper Lower Peninsula of Northern Michigan, was once a cherry orchard owned and operated for over 75 years by the Maitland family. The course hugs the shore of Grand Traverse Bay, offering sweeping views of its crystal blue waters.
LochenHeath is one of only a small handful of Northern Michigan Golf courses crafted in the Scottish links style. The 7,280-yard-course features rolling terrain, wide-open fairways, and deep, well-placed bunkers. The design is a player favorite both for the unmatched beauty of the surrounding area and as a challenge for golfers who want to test their prowess in the sport.
Number of Holes: 18