Southwest Michigan is home to a multitude of beautiful and challenging golf courses all within an easy drive from the KOA. Checkout these great golf courses:
With all that Harbor Shores has to offer, its easy to see why it was chosen to host the 2012, 2014, & 2016 Senior PGA Championships. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course challenges golfers over remarkably diverse terrain that runs along the Paw Paw River and Ox Creek, through a hardwood forest, and around the dunesmaking it ideal for one of the games premier events. With the golf world watching, the Senior PGA Championship will put the legends of the game at your door and establish Harbor Shores as a premier destination. http://harborshoreslife.com/
Paw Paw Lake Golf Club, established in 1918, is a scenic, par 70, eighteen hole public golf course. www.pplgcgolf.com
Always rated at the top of the southwest Michigan public golf courses, Lake Michigan Hills Golf Club has consistently received the star rating from Golf Digest's - Best Places to Play. http://www.lakemichiganhills.com/
Beeches Golf Club in South Haven, Michigan promises an affordable round of golf for players of any skill level, augmented by superior course conditioning and guest services. http://www.beechesgolfclub.com/
HawksHead provides an exclusive setting to enjoy world-class golf. Renowned golf architect Arthur Hills fashioned this 7,003 yard par-72 golf course through the sand dunes and woodlands of southwestern Michigan. http://www.hawksheadlinks.com/
Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm, located in southwest Michigan, offers pick-your-own and fresh-harvested fruits in season. Apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines, pears, plums, apples, blackberries, and red and black raspberries are all grown at Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm. Our country market boasts a variety of fruitful products including our own cherry topping, ciders, cherry juice, and apple butters. Tree-Mendus Fruit Farm is home of the world famous International Cherry Pit-Spitting Championship which happens every year on the first Saturday of July.