Golfing for Tribal Members


Golfing was first introduced to me by another tribal member many years ago. Although being raised in Florida I never pursued the sport until I moved back to my birthplace on the Hannahville Indian Reservation, located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. My fellow tribal member did not pursue the sport but I was hooked from my first “good drive” off the tee.

Today tribal members of the Hannahville Indian Community have two professional style golf courses to choose from and many tribal members play the sport today. It has become a central attraction point for our gaming operations and draws many new patrons from many parts of the US and Canada.

The tribal management hosted its first golfing tournament that includes its newest golf course called Sage Run. The Island Resort Championship style golf courses host many charity style golf outings that benefit many local non-profits not normally associated with tribal business.

As a tribal member, it was exciting and comforting to see the tribal governments business operations open for business. Our golf courses are full serviced and with well manicured greens and fairways, for an excellent golfing experience.

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