About Otsego ClubThe Otsego Club, which started out as Michigan's first private ski club, is made up of four different lodges, totaling 68 rooms, and chalets. The Bavarian-themed resort offers 36 holes at The Classic and The Tribute, designed by Rick Robbins and Gary Koch. At the heart of the resort is the award-winning Duck Blind Grille, which overlooks the Sturgeon River Valley. It has been recognized with the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
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This was the most breathtaking course I have ever played in the state of Michigan. It just has the best views of the course and surrounding areas. Even driving from hole to hole is awesome!
A Noth Michigan Must Play
This is a cant miss course. Found a great deal on golfnow and took advantage. Best golf decision I've ever made. Great condition, scenery, layout and staff. If you get a chance to play this challenging course, don't miss is.
I almost feel urged to not talk this course up....wanna keep it a secret!!! Wonderful golf course that you could play every day...staff is great, not cocky and in your face like T tops.. Down the road... Same mountain... A fraction of the cost.
Great views,elavavation changes, tough and fast greens
Very scenic course. Challenging and exciting! Look forward to golfing here again.
Staff , Clubhouse all super friendly
Staff .Mark in Clubhouse all super friendly and polite
perfect northern Michigan golf
Great views and a perfect picture of what Northern Michigan golf is about
Right up there with Treetops' Masterpiece for a fraction of the cost!
It was like playing Robert Trent Jones courses, Treetops' finest and better than most of Boyne Highlands' courses and reasonable! My teenage son and had a fantastic time. We played behind a foursome that slowed down our front 9 so we slowed down with them, hit afew practice putts or irons on the tees or an extra approach on the par 3s and enjoyed the heck out of the Tribute. Unbelievable layout. I'd go back in a heart beat!
Nice course. Rough is really rough!
Great looking holes abound. Not a lot of water, but sand and rough make it tough enough.
Very scenic, but very difficult unless you are a low handicapper.
A very long drive to the first tee but after that a very picturesque course that covers a very large area. Both my wife and I are mid handicappers (10 & 12) and we found the course to play quite long even on holes that didn't have much length but had contours and hills that made second shots very challenging. Club selection was difficult in itself. The greens were quite large and fast with undulations that made them tough. One par 3 green was about 50 yards from front to back. We enjoyed the course for what it offered in terms of uniqueness and condition and would recommend it as a course to try once and develop your own opinions.
Course is always in great shape
I played the course on Sept 14th, 2012 w/my two adult sons. We found the course to be very fair, but @ the same time very challenging on some holes. The views & elevation changes were spectacular. We played just prior to the fall colors changing. It would be great to get back up to play maybe when the colors are in full bloom. I thought we received an excellent rate by booking through GolfNow.com.. Would advise this method for all golfers. My only regret is that Gaylord is a considerable drive from Fenton, Mi. The Tribute is one of my favorite courses to play while in the Gaylord area. Keep up the great work! Have a great winter!!
Teriffic course, great condition.
This was 2nd time we have played and both were excellent
experiences. Tough enough for the guys but friendly for
the gals. One of our favorites.
Excellent course layout and beautifully maintained.
This is a must play. From the challenging holes, which afford you the ability to play safe or go for the gusto, to the beautiful views, this course has it all. Friendly staff compliments the fantastic conditions you will find at this facility.