Since opening in 1922, the Cheboygan Golf & Country Club has built a reputation for offering quality playing conditions to golfers in northern Michigan. The 18 holes of "Championship Golf" is open to the public, and offers the golfer a variety of holes to play. The front nine has a "Scottish" style with rolling mounds and a few trees to contend with, while the back nine features a picturesque northern woodlands design. The course features 5,923 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70 . The course rating is 69.0 and it has a slope rating of 122 on Blue grass. The entire golf course is enjoyable to play because it is not overly long and easy to walk. However, the smaller, smooth greens will put an emphasis on your short game making it challenging enough for the most experienced of golfers. Designed by Art Pryor and Olwyn Hancock manages the course as the General Manager.