OUR HISTORY

When Darl and Letha Scott broke ground on the first Gull Lake View golf course in 1962, they became pioneers of the destination golf resort business in Michigan. It’s no secret, Gull Lake View is the Midwest’s premier, stay and play golf destination. Southwestern Michigan’s idyllic lake country is the backdrop for our six championship golf courses, each of which has earned a rating from Golf Digest of 4.5 stars or higher. Designed to balance the unique beauty and terrain challenges inherent in our landscape with pure enjoyment and recreation, all of our world-class courses offer a special experience for golfers.

STOATIN BRAE

Ranked top 5 in Michigan. Wind swept links style course perched on one of the highest points in Kalamazoo County.

EAST

Hilly terrain among natural water hazards, including 10 unique water hazards.

WEST

Fields, valleys, hills, woods and ponds perfectly blended into a mature challenging course.

STONEHEDGE NORTH

Grassy, windblown holes, forested terrain and dramatic elevation changes.

STONEHEDGE SOUTH

Set in a scene of dramatic, rolling, forested countryside.

BEDFORD VALLEY

Huge greens, large bunkers, and fairways lined with mighty oaks.

STOATIN BRAE

In 2017, Gull Lake View opened its latest championship golf course: Stoatin Brae. Unlike anything else Michigan golf has to offer, this emerald jewel sits at one of the highest points in Kalamazoo County and commands sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. This is a special course whose dramatic design inspires golfers to play their best.

CONTACT US

We’re a family-owned business and we’ll treat you like family. You’ll need to speak or chat with a Gull Lake View reservation specialist to combine rounds of golf, spa treatments and/or meal options with your lodging to help you save money. Let our staff plan your Michigan trip that fits your budget and needs best.

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