Tullymore is a sister course to St. Ives in Mecosta County, located approximately five miles apart. Tullymore was designed by Jim Engh, his first Michigan project.
He has gained worldwide acclaim for his detailed architectural drawings and high-end projects. "You hear about how popular Michigan is for golf, and it's a great opportunity to work in a marketplace where you can compare what you do against the rest of industry," Engh said. "It's hard to evaluate your own work without sounding braggadocios, but I look at [Tullymore] as being as good as just about anything in the state. Of course, sites such as Crystal Downs and Oakland Hills have a lot more history than we could ever design into a course. But I try to compare my courses with the modern courses of today, because it's very difficult to compare with the classics of yesterday. I'd put Tullymore right up there with the other courses I have done."
Tullymore is laid out on a site that had more than 800 available acres with 350 acres of wetlands. Those wetlands come into play on 13 holes.
The two nationally awarded golf courses designed by nationally recognized architects Jim Engh and Jerry Matthews are known for their unique layouts, challenging holes and stunning scenery. Once you have played a round on our award-winning golf courses, you will be back again and again.
When your round is complete, unwind in one of our two clubhouses, which are surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary and are as delightfully different from one another as our courses.
Join us for a fun, relaxing experience at the highest rated pair of golf courses of any Michigan resort.
Opened in 1995. Designer: Jim Engh - Tullymore, Jerry Matthews - St. Ives9900 St. Ives Dr
Stanwood, MI 49346