True North is a spectacular layout carved from Michigan’s legendary north woods by award-winning golf course architect Jim Engh. The land’s rolling topography provides for an abundance of elevated tee shots and incredible views.
Golfers of all abilities will enjoy True North. From the Championship Tees, the course measures a stout 7,027 yards. Other tees play as short as 4,834 yards to a longer and more challenging 6,850 yards.
True North features one incredible golf hole after another. Greens are large and have gentle undulations, while fairways are wide and framed by tall fescue.
Since opening nearly a decade ago, True North has received a host of regional and national awards, including being ranked along with the Best in the State Michigan by Golf Digest magazine.
Member and Guest Policies
Dress Code “Dress and Act within the Traditions of Golf”
Gentlemen: Collared shirts, turtle or mock turtle neck shirts with slacks or bermuda length shorts are considered appropriate attire. Denim, without holes, is appropriate for dining or special events but not allowed for golf or at the practice facilities. Athletic attire of any kind, including tee shirts and swimwear, are not permitted for golf, or practice, or in the clubhouse. Caps must be worn in the tradition manner (bill facing forward) and must be removed inside the clubhouse.
Ladies: Dresses, skirts, slacks and shorts are considered appropriate attire. Tops without a collar must have sleeves. If the top does not have sleeves it must have a collar. (tank tops or halter tops are not permitted). Denim, without holes, is appropriate for dining or special events but not allowed for golf or at the practice facilities. Athletic attire of any kind, including tee shirts and swimwear, are not permitted for golf, or practice, or in the clubhouse. Caps must be worn in the tradition manner (bill facing forward) and must be removed inside the clubhouse.
True North Traditions
Members are requested to inform the Golf Shop of their intention to play golf or dine, or bring guests prior to arriving at the Club. No tee times are required however this information is very helpful so our staff may accommodate your needs and provide the hospitality that is our goal. Reservations for evening dining are strongly encouraged.
True North Members and Cottage Guests will always have priority.
Pace of Play: A proper pace of play is expected by all members and guests. Four hours or less is normal for eighteen holes. The Golf Professional Staff has been instructed to monitor play and move players along as needed to maintain a proper pace of play. Please keep up with the group in front of you.
Golf Car Use: Please drive golf cars on the paths, in the fairways, or rough and any directional requirements, as requested by the Golf Course Superintendent, must be observed. Do not, for any reason, drive a golf car in the native grasses. The member or guest is responsible for any damage to a golf car while in their use.
Care of the Course: Please remember to replace or sand all divots, repair your ball mark and one other, and rake all footprints in bunkers. Treat the course with the respect it deserves.
Cellular Phones: Please keep your phone off or on silent when you are on the property. Taking or making calls should be restricted to private areas away from members and guests. On the course, all phone usage, including texting and emails, should be kept to a minimum and should not jeopardize the proper pace of play.
Clubhouse Use: Please use the locker rooms for changing shoes. Guest lockers for your round are provided. Please use the “golden rule” at all times.
Forecaddies: Unaccompanied Guests (Club Guests) are required to reserve a Forecaddie, when one is available. The Forecaddie Rate for members and guests is $40 per person plus gratuity and must be paid in cash to the Forecaddie immediately upon completion of the round. If a Forecaddie has been reserved and you must cancel your tee time please do so in a timely manner so we can inform the Forecaddie.
Golf Shop and Compass Room Purchases: Members may charge to their club account, use a credit card or pay cash. All chits to be charged must be signed. Guests may use a credit card or pay cash.