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Experience Belvedere Golf Club

One of the Most Prestigious Courses in Northern Michigan

The Belvedere Golf Club, designed by acclaimed golf course architect William Watson, is one of the most historic & celebrated golf clubs in Northern Michigan. Located just south of Charlevoix, Belvedere is a classic parkland golf club that is challenging enough to test today's best golfers yet playable enough for the novice weekend player. Belvedere offers a Michigan golf experience that is different from today’s modern Northern Michigan golf courses. The very walkable par 72 design extends to 6943 yards and offers challenging 3 and 4 pars with 5 pars that reward aggressive play with birdie and eagle opportunities.

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Yardage:   Course Rating Slope
Black 6943 73.7 134
Blue 6613 72.0 130
Green 6281 70.5 125
White 6085 69.3 124
Red 5488 66.3 116

To view the course, click on a hole below. 

Hole 1 - Par 4

Hole 1

The first hole begins from the highest point of the property looking down over the valley. A medium length par 4 plays down into the valley with trees on the left and the hillside with fescue on the right. A good drive leaves a short iron to a small challenging green perched up into a hill.

Scorecard Handicap Men’s 13/Ladies 5

  Black 370
  Blue 368
  Green 362
  White 353
  Red 347
Hole 1

Hole 2

Hole 2

The second hole is a lengthy par 4 that plays into the prevailing wind. Keep the tee shot left of center to avoid the winding creek that comes into play on the front nine.

Scorecard Handicap Men's 5/Ladies 13
  Black 457
  Blue 403
  Green 385
  White 380
  Red 308


Hole 2

Hole 3

Hole 3

The third hole, which usually plays downwind, is a slight dogleg left par 4 with the creek winding across the fairway. A good tee-shot will leave a mid-short iron into a large green complex.

Scorecard Handicap Men's 11/Ladies 9
  Black 439
  Blue 388
  Green 373
  White 339
  Red 324


Hole 3
Hole 4

Hole 4

The fourth hole is one of the best par 3’s in northern Michigan. Measuring a stout 236 yards, this hole requires a precise long iron or fairway wood to small green that is perched slightly above the ground. Avoid the left bunker. The best place to be is short right on misses.

Scorecard Handicap Men's 7/Ladies 15
  Black 230
  Blue 212
  Green 200
  White 190
  Red 154


Hole 4

Hole 5

Hole 5 The fifth hole is the first par five on the course and an excellent three shot hole. The hole measures 541 yards and moves from right to left. Out of bounds is tight along the left side and bunkers guard the right. The hole plays into the prevailing wind. A strong tee-shot is required. The second shot must be played to the left side of the fairway to avoid the large willow tree, and also avoid the creek that meanders through the hole. A par here is a good score.

Scorecard Handicap Men 1/ Ladies 1
  Black 541
  Blue 524
  Green 480
  White 466
  Red 428


Hole 5

Hole 6

Hole 6 The sixth hole requires accuracy off the tee. A dogleg right, the tee-shot must avoid the bunkers and trees on the right and out of bounds to the left. The second shot is uphill to one of the most challenging greens on the course.

Scorecard Handicap Men 9/ Ladies 3
  Black 383
  Blue 372
  Green 354
  White 336
  Red 326


Hole 6

Hole 7

Hole 7 The seventh hole is the strongest par 4 on the front side. The tee-shot is best played down the left side of the fairway to avoid a blind second sheet, but players must beware of the out-of-bounds on the left. The second shot is played to a large green that slopes from right to left.

Scorecard Handicap Men 3/ Ladies 11
  Black 460
  Blue 431
  Green 392
  White 392
  Red 315


Hole 7

Hole 8

Hole 8 The eighth hole is a short strategic par three that plays up hill and into the prevailing wind. The heavily contoured green is guarded on both sides by large bunkers. It is best to keep the ball below the hole.

Scorecard Handicap Men 17/ Ladies 17
  Black 162
  Blue 152
  Green 142
  White 136
  Red 125


Hole 8
Hole 9

Hole 9

The ninth hole is a great par 5 that plays back up to the clubhouse area. The tee-shot requires accuracy with out-of-bounds on the left and strategically placed bunkers on the right. With the wind, the bunkers can be carried, making the hole reachable with a long iron or fairway wood.

Scorecard Handicap Men 15/ Ladies 7
  Black 486
  Blue 469
  Green 457
  White 447
  Red 384


Hole 9

Hole 10

Hole 10

The tenth hole is the second of back-to-back par 5’s and another good scoring opportunity. The hole plays downhill with trees along the left and out-of-bounds on the right. A good drive could set up a reachable second shot, but players must avoid the fairway cross bunkers that come into play about 75 yards short of the green.

Scorecard Handicap Men 12/ Ladies 10
  Black 527
  Blue 521
  Green 509
  White 502
  Red 426


Hole 10

Hole 11

Hole 11

The eleventh hole is the first of three solid par fours on the back nine. The hole plays into the prevailing wind and uphill to one of the most challenging greens on the course.

Scorecard Handicap Men 4/ Ladies 2
  Black 394
  Blue 387
  Green 366
  White 348
  Red 342


Hole 11
Hole 12

Hole 12

Hole twelve is a long par four that requires a solid tee-shot down the left side to avoid the sloping hill on the right. The second shot is played downhill to a challenging green complex. Club selection is very important.

Scorecard Handicap Men 8/ Ladies 12
  Black 439
  Blue 433
  Green 387
  White 3803
  Red 357


Hole 12
Hole 13

Hole 13

The thirteenth hole is medium length par four, which often plays downwind. The second shot needs to favor the right side of the green as it drops off severely on the left side.

Scorecard Handicap Men 10/ Ladies 14
  Black 409
  Blue 384
  Green 379
  White 372
  Red 337


Hole 13

Hole 14

Hole 14

The fourteenth hole is a straightforward par 3 with bunkers guarding both side of the green. The green is set back into the trees where the wind does not affect the shots too much unless it is playing downwind.

Scorecard Handicap Men 18/ Ladies 16
  Black 200
  Blue 173
  Green 159
  White 153
  Red 145


Hole 14

Hole 15

Hole 15 The fifteenth hole is the most exciting par five on the course. Do not let the yardage fool you at just 465 yards. The tee shot requires accuracy down the right center of the fairway, avoiding the fairway bunker on the right. Today’s long hitters can try to cut the corner and drive it to the bottom of the hill leaving a short to mid-iron to the green. The second shot from the top of the hill requires accuracy with a long iron or fairway wood to a green guarded by bunkers and out-of-bounds close on the left. Beware of the prevailing left to right wind that can carry shots out of bounds.

Scorecard Handicap Men 16/ Ladies 8
  Black 465
  Blue 459
  Green 452
  White 441
  Red 405


Hole 15

Hole 16

Hole 16

Hole 16 is one of the great short par 4’s in America. Measuring only 346 yards, the hole plays uphill to one of the great green sites anywhere. The smallest green on the course is set into the hillside requiring accuracy with a short to mid-iron approach shot. Favor the left side of the green, as shots missed right will fall down the hill leaving a difficult pitch shot. Be careful not to putt it off the green when the pin is on the right side.

Scorecard Handicap Men 6/ Ladies 6
  Black 346
  Blue 340
  Green 315
  White 292
  Red 263


Hole 16
Hole 17

Hole 17

Hole 17 is a tough par 3 with a green set into the hillside on the right. Avoid missing shots to the left, as they will fall off down the hill leaving a difficult recovery. The best shot is always played to the right side using the hillside, which will deflect the ball onto the green.

Scorecard Handicap Men 14/ Ladies 18
  Black 179
  Blue 175
  Green 165
  White 165
  Red 153


Hole 17
Hole 18

Hole 18

Hole 18 is a very strong finishing hole requiring accuracy off the tee. The tee-shot must land between two well-placed bunkers with tall fescue grass on the right and a huge maple tree on the left that will block all approach shots. The second shot is to the most challenging green on the course, which includes several large mounds and slopes. If you miss this green, up and in will be very challenging.

Scorecard Handicap Men 2/ Ladies 4
  Black 456
  Blue 422
  Green 404
  White 393
  Red 349


Hole 18