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Last week we cited some Top Views in Michigan Golf and received some additional views from our readers.

Art, how could you forget the great view overlooking Torch Lake from the clubhouse at A-Ga-Ming or the 16th tee? It doesn't get much better than winding down after the game with your favorite libation on the deck overlooking Torch Lake and the last three holes.
Mike Terrell

Art: Here's some of mine:
Mackinac Island from the 7th tee on the Jewel.
Wawashkomo course from the first tee.
Lake Bellaire from the 3rd hole on The Legend.

Craig Brass-Author of "How to Quit Golf"

Art: My pick for best elevated view would be the 17th at TimberStone shown on the page below: http://www.timberstonegolf.com/

David M. Gabrish

Art: Another for your list... It's on The Lake course in Gaylord. I can't remember whether it is the 5th tee area, or the 14th (they have switched the 9's around in the past). A beautiful par-5 that slithers through the woods on its way down the slope. One of my favorites!!

John Zaliagiris
Golf Course Architect
Don Childs Associates

The adjusted list
By Alphabetical order:

A-Ga-Ming-from the clubhouse of 16th tee
Apple Mountain-No.6 tee
Arcadia Bluffs-from the clubhouse
Bay Harbor-from the bluff
Bear-from the top of the GRT Tower
Elmbrook-No. 6 tee
Jewel of Grand Hotel from the 7th
Hawk's Eye-from the Proposed clubhouse
Lake-Otsego Club-14th tee
Legend-3rd hole
Little Traverse Bay- No. 1
Natural- No 13.
Otsego Club-The view from the Lodge
Otsego Club-Tribute-No. 4
Skyline Golf Course- From the Lodge
Shanty Creek-Legend-No. 1 tee
Shanty Creek-Weiskoft-No. 18 green from the Hotel
Timberstone-17th tee
Treetops-The driving range
Treetops-Jones course No. 6
Treetops North-The Driving range
Wawashkomo- from the first tee
Wild Bluff-18th tee

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