Welcome to Interlochen Golf Course

The Interlochen Golf Course has been a local favorite since 1965. One of the most scenic courses in the region, Interlochen offers velvet greens and lush fairways. Laid out through mature trees with a tributary of the Betsie River winding through, it is not uncommon to spot wildlife as you play.


Make a tee time now by calling (231) 275-7311 or click on button below to book online.

Our new online tee time booking system will require you to create an account at the last step of booking your tee time.  Once you create your account, you will use that to login everytime.




New members can purchase now & enjoy golf for the rest of the season!!

Membership at Interlochen Golf Course is something special. It’s the feeling that everyone knows your name and that you always have a favorite view on the course. This space becomes as familiar as your own back yard. We value our friendship with our members and extend discounts in the Pro Shop and at Bradley’s as well as special events throughout the year.

Member Benefits

  • 20% discount on regular priced clothing
  • 10% discount on golf equipment and golf balls

  • 10% discount on food purchases in Bradley’s Pub & Grille

  • Season-ending Club Championship

  • Guest fee of $38 (before Memorial Day and after Labor day) and $40 during peak season when playing with a member (not available when playing in leagues, outings or special events)



Senior Rates

Seniors 60 years of age or older receive $2 off walking rates and $3 off rates that include cart.

Junior Rates

Juniors 17 and under receive 50% off all rates.

No discounts on after 1 pm or after 5/6 pm rates except juniors.

Rates are subject to change.




Interlochen Golf Course is a favorite for leagues.
Times and days fill up fast, so contact us at (231) 275-7311 for availability.


The 18-hole Interlochen Golf Club opened in 1965. Designed by Hubert Morris, this semi-private course measures 6415 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 130 and a 70.5 USGA rating.

The club dining room was named the Hagan Room after the dashing professional golfer Walter Hagan. Hagan won eleven professional majors and was a regular at the club after he retired to Traverse City.

In 2016, the course was purchased by Brad Dean. Dean, an award-winning Michigan PGA golf professional who served as the Director of Golf at Crystal Mountain Resort for 23 years, is writing the next chapter of the course. Improvements to the course conditions and aesthetic changes have enhanced the golf experience, managed by Golf Superintendent, Jim Harris.

The original building, built in 1964, has been completely updated and is the home of Bradley’s Pub & Grille, a four-season restaurant with smokehouse menu and entertainment.