The Moor Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club

Harbor Springs, Michigan
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The Moor Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club
600 Highlands, Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740
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Tees 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In Total Slope Rating
Brown 350 391 539 208 442 203 377 520 408 3438 399 185 393 403 533 410 404 160 525 3412 6850 135 74.6
Purple 350 360 503 208 426 196 360 499 397 3299 390 185 362 392 522 394 379 160 514 3298 6597 133 71.8
Orange 337 335 473 189 402 174 333 476 387 3106 383 161 328 378 503 374 356 145 502 3130 6236 128 68.9
Green 313 297 446 169 367 145 312 432 366 2847 347 148 308 362 491 338 321 129 473 2917 5764 124 66.3
Silver 264 267 385 148 333 119 288 408 289 2501 320 121 294 297 462 299 302 97 407 2599 5100 122 72.0
Par 4 4 5 3 4 3 4 5 4 36 4 3 4 4 5 4 4 3 5 36 72
The Moor Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club Ratings & Reviews
Anonymous v3
Suzanne Butler
about 2 months ago
Designed with numerous twists and turns, the front-nine of The Moor favours faders of the ball, with holes 1, 2, 7 and 9 showing their curves immediately off the tee. The back-nine opens with one of the most challenging par-4 holes at Boyne Highlands - a tight driving hole with three separate ponds situated on the left and right sides of the fairway, and another immediately in front of the green. The snaking par-5 18th is another testing hole, keeping the challenge alive with one last water hazard to clear.
Anonymous v3
A Google User
over 8 years ago
Robert Trent Jones designed this course to be both playable and challenging. For the long hitter, the fairways are generous but offer some trouble on nearly every approach. For the weekend duffer, this course is very playable with lots of great risk-reward golf... the kind that takes little risk and gives lots of reward. Whether you walk or ride, the course promises to impress. Just remember to breathe when you play #18!... It truly is the greatest challenge of the course, and offers the greatest reward when you hit the green in regulation. ~ Terry O.
Anonymous v3
A Google User
over 10 years ago
We played the Heather Golf Course a couple of days after the 95th Annual Michigan Amateur Championships. This was good and bad. The good: The golf course was in pristine condition, and the sand in the bunkers was “tour sand”, which actually had a crisper feel on contact, and allowed for better backspin. The bad: The rough hadn’t been cut, so anything out of the fairway was painful, to say the least. In the end, Kate wasn’t a particular fan of this course, but she did spend a lot of time in the rough, so it’s understandable. There’s a reason why this course was selected to host a Michigan Amateur: It’s tough. The first few holes provide a good start to what’s going to be a challenging round. The first par 3 (4th hole) is all carry over water, and when we played, the pin was in the front. No need to ask; yes, I did get wet. The 5th hole is a dogleg left, with a great view from the tee of Boyne Mountain. The green has a big bunker in front of it, making the approach very important. The 9th hole is one of those that starts out easy enough, but finishes strong. Maybe it’s the raised green, or maybe it’s the multiple bunkers surrounding the green. Either way, it made for a great approach. (I actually parred this, but the glee was short-lived). The 11th is a long, fairly straight hole (with lots of greenside bunkers, of course), but it provides a great view from the green looking back to the tee; you can see the mountain again! The back starts out simple enough… except for the bunkers. I have to say that I had plenty of opportunity to test the “tour sand” on the Heather course; I was on the beach A LOT. Robert Trent Jones is famous for his greenside bunkering, and it’s obvious that this is one of his courses. If your sand game isn’t on, RUN AWAY!! Other than the bunkers, the next few holes kind of flew by, until the 14th. We happened to see one of those things that you see in Northern Michigan from time to time; a fox casually following a cart path across the fairway. Kate isn’t accustomed to this, so she was really excited about it. That’s another benefit of golf: Seeing the wildlife in its natural environment. The Heather course finishes with an approach over water, to a very thin green, and large bunkers behind it. Hitting back to the green from these bunkers is quite the gut shot; the water is very close, and definitely in play. All in all it was a great round of golf, but the uncut rough made for a very difficult round. I’m sure that if the rough were normal, it would’ve been a much better experience.
The Moor Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club is an 18 hole golf course located at 600 Highlands, Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740 and plays 7179 yards from the tips . The estimated course record for The Moor Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club is 62. It has a slope of 133 and rating 71.8. We have the scorecard for this course. This course is located in Michigan in the city of Harbor Springs in 49740 . Arthur Hills Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club and Donald Ross Memorial Course at Boyne Highlands Resort & Country Club are located nearby.