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Communities Designed for Golfers Livingston County offers the premiere golf lifestyle whether you are a amateur enthusiast or of a much more experienced handicap. When thinking of golf course living in Southeast Michigan, one can expect well-maintained greens and exquisite courses designed for years of challenging play. Whether living right on the course or close by, it does not get any better than this!
Take a look at these Great Golf Communities and Available Properties:
Oak Pointe Community Faulkwood Shores Golf Course Hunters Ridge Golf Course Moose Ridge Golf Course Chemung Golf Club Area Hartland Glen Golf Course Ironwood Golf Club Timber Trace Golf Community Coyote Preserve Golf Club Hawk Meadows The Jackal at Mt. Brighton Rush Lake Golf Community Dunham Hills Golf Country Club The Huntmore Golf Club The Lakelands Golf & Country Club Tyrone Hills Golf Community
by John Bebow Just a few short years ago, visitors to the Brighton-Howell area didn’t have much to visit besides a small ski hill, big farms, and a few relatives. Now, with top-quality courses popping up all the area, golfers are driving in Livingston County instead of driving through it. “We’re an hour drive away for many of the population centers in Michigan,” says Barbara Barden, director of the Livingston County Convention and Visitors Bureau. “In the time it takes to drive up north, you can play 18 holes with a northern Michigan feel right here closer to home. More than a dozen courses are within a 15-minute drive of Brighton or neighboring Howell. The best of those have all opened in the 1990s. Two new hotels are scheduled to open soon in the Howell area to accompany a large outlet mall which recently opened just west of Howell on I-96. “We don’t have any plans to out-do the resorts up north,” Barden says. “But we do think we can be a second-tier destination.” Some of the Livingston County courses are definitely first-tier. Read further what John offers as a look at some of the area’s better golfing options by clicking here.
To learn more about what Livingston has to offer please feel free to contact us or stop by. We would be happy to sit down with you for a visit.