Rich in history and tradition, the Wawashkamo Golf Club on Mackinac Island, Michigan offers a special golfing experience for members and the public.
The historic course was designed by Scottish golf pro Alex Smith in 1898 and is one of the few remaining links courses in America.
Named by members of the Island’s Anishinabe or Chippewa Indians, Wawashkamo means “Walk a Crooked Trail.”
The Wawashkamo Clubhouse
The Wawashkamo Clubhouse is open to the public. Our facilities can provide a cool place to relax after a fun round of golf or can be used to host weddings, family outings and corporate events. More information on food service and private functions…
Visit our clubhouse to purchase logoed merchandise and golf essentials such as sweaters, fleeceware, rainsuits, golf balls and more. We also offer a selection of putters and wedges, and lockers for your convenience.
Contact us for private golf lessons.
The club is open from mid-May through October 15.
Wawashkamo Golf Club
British Landing Road
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Wawashkama Golf Club – Additional Links and Resources
• Wawashkamo Red Oak Witnessed Island Battle – Mackinac State Historic Parks
A enormous red oak at the Wawashkamo golf course on Mackinac Island fell after strong winds in July and has proven to have a history that far pre-dates that of the golf course.