A-ga-ming Golf Resort

3.925 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
  • Address: 627 Ag A Ming Dr, Kewadin, MI 49648, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2312645081
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Golf Course, Family And Kids

A – Ga- Ming Golf resort is a Golf themed resort in Kewadin, Michigan. In the language of the Native Americans A-Ga-Mng translates to – On the shore. The resort is a wonderful destination to spend the vacation with the best of facilities in lodging, food and to relax. For a Golf enthusiast the resort provides a 72- hole golf course. This golf resort is located on the banks of Lake Michigan and Torch Lake. Most of the packages at the resort include a stay and play option which would serve the twin purpose of having a space to relax and spend the vacation as well as to play golf.

  • A-ga-ming Golf Resort Address: 627 Ag A Ming Dr, Kewadin, MI 49648, USA, United States
  • A-ga-ming Golf Resort Contact Number: +1-2312645081
  • A-ga-ming Golf Resort Timing: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Time required to visit A-ga-ming Golf Resort: 02:00 Hrs
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A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort Reviews & Ratings

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  • One of the worst courses (Torch) I have ever played. They clearly don't care or have the money to take care of this course. Paid $65 to play, played The Wolverine (Grand Traverse Resort) yesterday for $69 and it was 100 times nicer, better condition, better service, no starter trailer.

  • Fabulous views of Torch Lake! Great place to grab a sandwich, drink, and some sun while taking in the panoramic view from their deck. We visit quite often during the season to grab a cocktail, burger, relax, and enjoy the view. I enjoy the spicy Torch Burger and Spicey chicken wrap, while the wife likes the bacon cheeseburger and the ultimate grilled cheese. I also enjoy playing a round on the original Torch course, which is a scenic wooded course. The Sundance course is more of an open links course with a fair amount of uphill and bunker play. The Torch is more my style. Stop in and check it out. You won't be disappointed.

  • Torch course is beat up. Lots of tee boxes and greens that look like this. Par 5 on the front is under repair, turned into a par 3. I guess for the money it’s not the worst value out there but there are so many better kept and more interesting courses. We were a 3 some and first group out @ sunrise and when we made the turn they had sent a group or two out in front of us which held up our back 9. Lots of cart traffic driving by while we were teeing off, some stopped and waited some didn’t. Not the best experience. Wouldn’t come back.

  • Nice course w a great view of torch lake

  • Torch course was overpriced and conditions were mediocre at best. Some greens were in rough shape especially for late august and most tee boxes were trashed. Hole 3 was under water and converted to par 3 and hole 10 was a par 3 due to a wedding preparation and there was no discount... doesn’t make sense.

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