The Wolverine State of Michigan consists of two enormous, mainly forested peninsulas situated in the Great Lakes Region of the United States. The state’s proximity to Canada is such that it has nine international crossing points with the province of Ontario across the International Boundary. With more than 600 golf courses in Michigan, this golf mecca has a course for every level of play and golf packages to help make it affordable. And, with temperate weather and long summer days, there's plenty of time to get in a few extra rounds. Some of the game’s greatest architects, such as Tom Fazio, Arthur Hills, Tom Doak and Jack Nicklaus have utilized that natural beauty to create a world-class golf destination. Michigan boasts a couple of truly exceptional courses, Crystal Downs in Frankfort and Oakland Hills in Bloomfield Hills. Modern courses like Kingsley Club, Lost Dunes, The Dunes Club and Arcadia Bluffs complete a handful of top ranked tracks in the state though there are plenty of great Golden Age layouts to be found in and around Detroit.