The George Young Recreational Complex (with 18 Hole Golf Course) is located just off of Michigan Route 424 in the south central part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on 3,300 scenic acres bordering on three lakes. The Complex is a not-for-profit corporation, open to the general public, dedicated to recreation, education, and preservation.
It’s facilities include the longest 18 hole golf course in the Upper Peninsula, miles of trails for hiking, cross country skiing, and mountain biking, and a heated indoor swimming pool, with jacuzzi and sauna. Food and beverage are also available in it’s rustic timber and stone clubhouse and lounge for those who use the recreational facilities.
The Championship 18-hole Golf Course opened in May, 1984, and has grown in popularity with each passing year. One of the longest courses in Michigan, the course fulfills the dream of the late George Young to combine his favorite holes from courses around the nation. Golfers of all abilities enjoy this course known for its characteristic large greens. At 7,030 yards the Professional Course challenges even the most accomplished player. The Championship Course is 6,076 yards, while the Standard Course measures 5,388 yards. Each option plays a par of 72. Relax and enjoy a round of golf carved out of the wilderness.
Iron County is one of the Upper Peninsula’s best kept secrets. From camping to fishing, hunting to canoeing, mountain biking to forest bathing – no matter your interests, the great outdoors and clear crisp air await you here.