Unlike any other championship golf course in Michigan, this emerald jewel sits at one of the highest points in Kalamazoo County and commands sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. In terms of play, Stoatin Brae is wide open, windswept, and fast & firm. Playing at 6,667 yards from the tips, you’ll have to shoot 71 for par at Stoatin Brae. This is a special course whose dramatic design inspires golfers to play their best.


The most recent addition to Gull Lake View’s championship golf offerings is Stoatin Brae. Gull Lake View partnered with Renaissance Golf Design to create a course where everyone, from masters to novices, can find an appropriate challenge and an unforgettable experience. “We need to be able to offer golf as a pastime to everyone, not just the guy who can hit the ball 275 yards,” says Bill Johnson, Vice President of Gull Lake View. “This is too good of a site to keep for just a select group. We want everyone to come out and enjoy the experience that this ground has to offer.”


2021 National Golf Course of the Year -NGCOA Jemsek Award

2020 Michigan Golf Course of the Year - MGCA

"Golfweek's 2019 Top 100 List" - Golfweek

“Top 5 course to play in Michigan for 2018, 2019, 2020” — Golfweek

“The 9 Michigan Courses You Should Play at Least Once” — GolfDigest

“One of nine most eagerly awaited new golf courses of 2017” — Forbes Magazine