The Fortress

  • 950 Flint Street
  • Frankenmuth, MI 48734
  • (800) 863-7999
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Designed in 1992 by golf architect Dick Nugent, The Fortress reflects characteristics of golf's early Scottish origins. Fescue-covered mounds reveal well-guarded, sectioned greens. Bent-grass tees, greens and fairways surround 75 bunkers. Each of the huge greens average 7,500 square feet. The Fortress encompasses 6,813 yards of formidable play on an 18-hole, par 72 course.

Players can warm up on the putting green, the chipping green with practice bunker and the target-oriented driving range. Special events, tournaments, clinics and junior programs are scheduled throughout the season. The Fortress is located just 435 yards from the front porch of Zehnder’s Restaurant in downtown Frankenmuth and has been recognized as one of Michigan’s top golf courses.

Golf
General
  • 18 Holes:
  • 9 Holes:
  • Driving Range:
  • Mobile Concessions:
  • Par: 72
  • Practice Putting Green:
  • Pro Shop:
  • Restaurant:
  • Total Yardage: 7,500
Pricing
  • Payment Methods Accepted: Canadian Currency
The Fortress Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 1
  • Total Sqft.: 2,400
  • Largest Room: 2,400
  • Theatre Capacity: 150
  • Banquet Capacity: 175
  • Classroom Capacity: 110
  • Reception Capacity: 120
  • Description: The Fortress offers a wide variety of options for your next golf outing. Ask our staff about carving stations, pig roasts, barbecues or theme events to make your next golf outing extra special. The Fortress Clubhouse feature’s a full service bar and deli sandwiches, dining room for groups under 50 and an outdoor pavilion for cookouts up to 250 guests.
Meeting Facility Rooms
Pavilion
  • Dimensions: 40 X 60
  • Square Feet: 2400.00
  • Theater Capacity: 150
  • Classroom Capacity: 110
  • Banquet Capacity: 175
  • Reception Capacity: 120

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