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The Links, Quarry, and Preserve were designed to be three very different courses that could be combined into one seamless experience. The design and quality are consistent but the play and "flavor" of each course is unique. Lake Michigan was also a major influence in the design of Bay Harbor Golf Club and each course has at least one stunning view of the bay along the course play. The lake even becomes a factor in your game because the wind can be unpredictable and adds a little extra challenge.
The game of a lifetime.
Famed golf course architect Arthur Hills developed 27 spectacularly diverse holes on three distinct and varied courses along Lake Michigan's coastline giving birth to the Pebble Beach of the Midwest. The design strikes a balance between the stunning natural beauty and what was once an abandoned shale quarry. The courses are typically played in pairs - each with a different finishing nine - to form three unique 18-hole course routings to test and reward every player and skill level.
Bay Harbor, Michigan
Closely following the shoreline, The Links is meant to evoke the feeling of a Scottish style course and highlight the magnificence of Lake Michigan. While the ruggedness of an existing quarry was preserved to give The Quarry a rough, industrial edge designed to finish in a dramatic style.
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Drama on the Great Lakes
"Dunes, cliffs and a quarry. Amazing setting for a golf course. Michigan offers up some wonderful golfing options, but I only recently became aware of just how good this venue is. Combined with a few nights at the Inn at Bay Harbor and you've got a great vacation."