Belvedere Golf Club
4.7

Address
05731 Marion Center Rd

Charlevoix, MI 49720
Tee-Times
231-547-2611
Fax
801-995-3842
Website
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Par
72

The Belvedere Golf Club, designed by acclaimed golf course architect William Watson, is one of the most historic & celebrated golf clubs in Northern Michigan. Located just south of Charlevoix, Belvedere is a classic parkland golf club that is challenging enough to test today's best golfers yet playable enough for the novice weekend player. Belvedere offers a Michigan golf experience that is different from today’s modern Northern Michigan golf courses. The very walkable par 72 design extends to 6943 yards and offers  3 and 4 pars with 5 pars that reward aggressive play with birdie and eagle opportunities.

Hours

April - October 

Par
72
Course Designer
William Watson
Course Facilities
Full Pro Shop, Chipping Area, Driving Range, Putting Green
Food Services
Golf Club Rentals, Teaching Pro, Caddies Available
Course Services
Snack Bar, Beverage Cart

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Google Reviews

4.7

Bob Hagedorn

a month ago
My favorite course. If you like classic courses you will like this one.

Nathan Mctighe

a week ago
Liked the course, didn't love it. Seems a bit overpriced. $120 was a bit much, should be more in the $70 to $80 range.

Jake Moore

4 months ago
Historical, peaceful, nothing you don’t need. Golf the way it’s meant to be played. Had a great experience at Belvedere and cannot wait to be back. It’s a magical place when you’re out there!

Nick Baldwin

a year ago
Not impressed for the 6th best course in Michigan(which it should not be rated as, not even in the top 15). Great history and story behind it, but the course conditions are sub par. Greens were in good shape but slow, fairways are not well kept and the rough is thin. Classic layout and country club feel, but nothing worth paying over $80 to play. Really a shame for a course that has a lot of hype and great history.

Josh Ferraro

11 months ago
Excellent course. Well maintained. Challenging yet fair. Good history/tradition