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Antrim Dells Golf Club

12352 Antrim Dr,
Ellsworth, MI 49729
231-599-2679 (Main)

For more than 30 years, The Dells has been one of Northern Michigan's favorite courses to play. This classic Jerry Matthew's design surrounds the golfer with natural beauty and spectacular views. The front nine features a beautiful parkland setting with acres of mowed grass, which allows a smooth transition into the woods and creeks of the back nine. Host of Michigan's amateur championship for several years, The Dells is truly a fair and fun test of golf.

Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Course Par
Restaurant Snack Bar

Google Reviews


Laovakon Lertburapa

a year ago
A hidden gems golf course in the area. Good price, beautiful hilly layout, well maintained and kept in good shape. Greens are immaculate, tricky and fast slope. Good view of Traverse Bay from the club house. Friendly staff/owner. Definitely will go back again. Thank you, David for upkeeping this beautiful golf course.

Ben LeBlanc

a year ago
Probably the most unique clubhouse I have seen at any course in Michigan. Owner was great to chat with prior to our round. Gave us some great insight on the course. Greens were immaculate, pace of play was fantastic and generally speaking a really fantastic course. It’s certainly not the highest end track in the area but sometimes that’s ok.

olga long

a month ago
What a beautiful course that is maintained pretty well. The greens were a little worn but it was end of season. It's charming and has been there forever. Pricing was affordable. The menu for lunch and dinner is limited but was very good. The pro shop had a decent selection of clothing to pick from too. The staff was beyond helpful and friendly - all greeting us with smiling faces. We hope to return next fall.

Clifton Porter

a month ago
This is a challenging course for a novice. The layout was great except for the hole that butts up against the driving range. Another hole has a difficult uphill portion. It’s worth playing as long as you aren’t looking for the highest end spot Up North, or looking for the bargain 9-hole spots that are around too.

Ross Martin

4 months ago
Nice course. Being that close to lake michigan, it's a shame that you do not see the lake on any of the holes except when teeing off near the clubhouse. Even then it's only a little sliver. Believe it when they tell you that the ball always goes toward the water. That made reading the greens a bit difficult and frustrating. Price is hi. I think there draw is that if you play the course again within 7 days, they discount the price


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