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2017 - Tullymore

Pay For Event

 Tournament Details
    Course: Tullymore
    Date: Saturday, April 29 2017 & Sunday, April 30 2017
    Entry Fee: $ 205.00
    Start Time: SAT - 11:00 - Tee Times & SUN - 11:30 - Tee Times
    Season Points Half: 1st Half
    Course Website: Tullymore Website
    Event Payment Due By Monday, April 24 2017

 Tee Box Assignments

 Additional Event Info
Special Lodging Rates

$90 + Tax per Night for Hotel Room at The Hideaway

A Couple of Cabins that accomodate up to 10 people and Condos that can accomodate up to 8 people are available. Please contact Kody Bullard at 800.972.4837 ext. 199 to find out availability and pricing.

Saturday - St. Ives - 11:00 Tee Times
Sunday - Tullymore - 11:30 Tee Times


Tullymore Golf Course

Shortly after opening in 2002, Tullymore was named the number one new upscale public course in America by Golf Digest. With that kind of rookie year distinction, it’s easy to see why golfers keep coming back to this challenging course set amongst the pure, raw landscape of the Michigan wilds.

Designed by the highly acclaimed Jim Engh, this par-72 course has also been ranked amongst the top 15 of the 100 Greatest Public & Resort Courses in America by Golf Digest on more than one occasion.

With subtle undulations, the Tullymore course meanders through over 800 acres of woods, meadows, and wetlands. Greens are uniquely varied in both shape and size, and multiple sets of tees allow you to adapt play to your skill level. The course features five par-3 holes and five par-5 holes.

Tullymore Practice Facilities

Warm up before conquering the challenges of Tullymore on a generously sized driving range. With space for 22 golfers on the range, there is also a separate area for chipping and putting practice, ensuring your short game is as strong as your long.


Jim Engh is the genius behind Tullymore Golf Club’s challenging 18-hole course. He is one of only five living golf designers who have courses listed in Golf Digest’s Top 50 Greatest Courses in America. The renowned golf publication also named him as Architect of the Year in 2003. Another crowning achievement came from Golf World magazine when it named him one of the 25 Hottest Golf Architects in the World.


Engh’s acclaimed career in professional golf course design stretches over more than two decades. As projects in Asia and the U.S. were completed recognition of his work continued to grow and grow. Engh started his own firm in 1991 after honing his craft under such distinguished architects as Dick Nugent, Ken Dye, and Joe Finger. He also served as director of golf course design with the legendary British firm, Cotton Pennick.

A Golf Digest article quotes Engh as saying, “I know we have to please golfers the first time out, but I also try to design other levels into our courses so that you’ll learn something new about every hole every time you play it.” Tullymore is a testament to Engh’s statement – it is a course that golfers want to play again and again.


St. Ives Golf Course

Discover a course that has been crafted from the dramatic glacier-carved landscape of Michigan. Flawlessly combining mystic woodlands, sprawling wetlands, and rugged highlands, spectacular distractions are just par for the course at St. Ives.

Designed by the legendary Michigan golf course architect Jerry Matthews, many consider St. Ives to be his best work. Since opening in 1995, St. Ives has received many awards and accolades including being named among the Top 10 courses in America for women by Golf for Women magazine. Golf Digest has also awarded St. Ives with a prestigious 5-star rating.

The most exciting hole of this par-72 course is arguably the par 4, 14th hole. A straight and accurate tee shot is essential to hit the narrow landing pad. Then to get to the green, a lengthy carry over wetlands is the key to even coming close to par.

The dynamic nature of this course ensures you’ll discover something new each and every time you play it.

St. Ives Practice Facilities

Warm up on the spacious driving range before stepping up to the challenge offered by St. Ives. The driving range can accommodate up to 15 golfers, while a separate practice area for chipping and putting provides opportunity to work on your all-important short game.



Jerry Matthews is the mastermind who carved the St. Ives course out of glacial till into such an outstanding golf experience with its scenic vistas and dramatic elevation changes of 40 to 80 feet. A past president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects, he has more than 40 years of experience in designing and remodeling golf courses. He teamed up with his renowned father in 1960 to form the design firm of Bruce W. Matthews & Son.

Besides designing courses, Jerry Matthews has taught course design and construction at Michigan State University where he earned two bachelor’s degrees and a master’s in urban planning. Over the years he gained recognition and reaped major attention from such national publications as Golf Digest and in 2005 he was elected to the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame. In that same year he received the W. Bruce Matthews Lifetime Achievement Award from the Michigan Golf Course Owners Association and was elected as a Fellow to the American Society of Golf Course Architects.

He is also the author of numerous articles on course design and is renowned for his ability to blend beautiful natural surroundings with his layouts – St. Ives is a perfect example of his skill as a professional golf course designer.

 Practice Rounds

St. Ives @ $65 per person before 2:00pm

St. Ives @ $55 per person after 2:00pm

Tullymore @ $75 per person before 2:00pm

Tullymore @ $65 per person after 2:00pm

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