LochenHeath Transitions to a Private Club

LochenHeath Golf Club, one of Northern Michigan’s premier golf destinations, announces the acclaimed property has officially transitioned into an exclusive private club experience.

Back in swing of things with GolfMichigan.com highlight

At the height of the 2008 recession the outlook for LochenHeath looked dark. After changing business models and an ultimate closure, the future for our East Bay gem looked bleak. But, in 2011 the course was set for the upswing that was sure to follow.
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Schmuckal Oil and LochenHeath Chip in Fore Munson Hospice

Schmuckal Oil and the LochenHeath Golf Club hosted the Chip in Fore Munson Hospice 9th Annual Golf Scramble at LochenHeath Golf Club on September 19 - 20, 2019.

The Cottages featured by The Inman Company

The Cottages as showcased in the Business News with our design firm, The Inman Company as well our proud vendor partners, Mapleridge Construction, Woodland Creek Furniture, Stratus Marble & Grantite, Floor Covering Brokers, A Better Sound, and Idea Stream.​​

Ryan Brehm Wins the LeCom Health Challenge and Earns PGA Tour Card

LochenHeath Member and Traverse City resident, Ryan Brehm wins the LeCom Health Challenge and earns his PGA Tour card for 2019-2020 season.

Golf Digest's Best in State List in Michigan

Golf Digest released their list of the best golf courses in the State of Michigan. LochenHeath is on the list at number 11!

Ryan Brehm Qualifies for the U.S. Open

Ryan Brehm, Lochenhealth Golf Club Member, qualified for his first major championship with 7-under 63 in the second round of the U.S. Open sectional qualifier at Springfield Country Club in Ohio.

Ryan Brehm Interview Louisiana Open

Following his third-round 70 at the 2016 Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER, Ryan Brehm talks about getting more comfortable playing under pressure.

Steve Smyers Interview Architect of LochenHeath

Steve Smyers, the architect of LochenHeath Golf Club and President of the American Society of Golf Course Architects talks about the design of LochenHeath Golf Club with GLSP Michigan Golf TV.

Brian Weis LochenHeath Golf Club Review

The golf course is staging to go private in the next few years and I had the opportunity to play the course as a guest of Kevin O'Brien, General Manager.

Kevin O'Brien Interview by Brian Weis

Whether you have played a course 20+ times a year or looking to play the course for the first time, insights from an insider can help enhance your golf experience. . .

Grand Opening of the Cottages at LochenHeath Golf Club

LochenHeath Golf Club announces the grand opening of the Cottages at LochenHeath Golf Club.

Michigan Golf Explorer

The Restaurant At Lochenheath was recently featured in The Golf Explorer: A Michigan Summer edition

Golf Business Tales of Survival

Stories of golf course closures and bankruptcies, as golf’s contraction cycle continues . . .

Steve Smyers Interview: Golf Game Evolution

In his forthcoming year as ASGCA President, Steve Smyers will focus on ‘the evolution of the game’ and its architecture . . .

Golf Digest Rates LochenHeath Golf Club as #12 in Michigan

Golf Digest has rated LochenHeath Golf Club as #12 in Michigan for their “Best In State” listing for 2015 . . .

Michigan's LochenHeath Golf Club names Adam Schriber as Director of Instruction

Adam Schriber, an internationally acclaimed Michigan-based golf instructor, has joined LochenHeath Golf Club near Traverse City as the Director of Instruction. The Golf Magazine Top 100 teacher will work with LochenHeath Members and the golf professionals at the facility while continuing to teach touring professionals and top-ranked amateurs from around the world . . .

California Guitar Trio to Benefit Munson Hospice

The sounds of California strum for a good cause this Friday to give a local hospice a boost.Munson Hospice serves a 12-county region in Northwest lower Michigan, assisting approximately 700 patients a year. On average they have about an $800-per-patient shortfall (half a million dollars annually). The not-for-profit organization has to rely on just a handful of fundraisers each year to make up the difference . . .