Golden Eagle Golf Club

is an 18-hole Championship style golf course designed by Michael Morley and Bruce McIntosh. Situated on 210 acres of a former private preserve, Golden Eagle offers spectacular views from its many elevated tees.

Designed in harmony with its majestic north woods surroundings, the forests, wetlands, and dramatic elevation changes all help make Golden Eagle a truly golden golf experience.

Reflecting the belief that championship courses are not built just for professionals, Golden Eagle offers an impressive variety of play. What can be a serious challenge from the back tees can become fun and friendly from the regular and forward tees.

A driving range and large practice putting green with a green side bunker are available to sharpen your game. The beautiful clubhouse includes a pro shop as well as a bar and grill for casual dining. Take a few minutes to enjoy the great views of the golf course and Eagle Lake from the spacious deck.

We hope you find Golden Eagle as inviting as our surroundings.



breathtaking views

Golden Golf Experience

Tips From the Pro

Golf Tip #1

Practice with a purpose
To often I see golfers at the range hitting ball after ball with no real goal in mind. In general we need to slow down and have a clear goal with each swing.
For example: when I'm warming up at the range I will hit shots using each club in the bag. When I have completed that I will then hit a driver and then change clubs to a 6 iron. Next I hit 3 wood followed by a 9 iron. What I'm doing is simulating the shots I will face on the course.
Try this and you will play better during your next round of golf.

Golf Tip #2

Want to eliminate three putting? Try this simple tip and you are sure to see results.
Always start by reading your putt from the side. This will give you a good idea of the distance and elevation change that you might not see from behind the ball.
This will help you with judging the right speed to hit your putt. After looking from the side, you then look from behind the ball to determine the line you want to start your putt on.
Now your ready to make your stroke. With a little practice, you will find your first putt ending up closer to the hole giving you the easy tap in we are all looking for.

Golf Tip #3

Before you grab your sticks and head to the course...
Set realistic expectations and remember the first few rounds of the season, you will be a little rusty. Do not get frustrated, instead take notes on what areas of your game needs the most help.
Usually after a lengthy time away from the game, we find its the short game that needs the most work. Now it's time to hit the range with a practice plan. I tell my students to spend 25 percent of their time on the long game and 75 percent on 100 yards and in. This includes pitching, chipping, putting and bunker play. Follow this strategy, and you will find that you can shake the rust off and be back to playing your best golf in no time