The Aguasabon Golf Course is a beautiful, yet challenging, 9-hole course, featuring striking scenery that borders the Aguasabon River and touches Lake Superior—cool, breezy summers and no tee times are what make this course so enjoyable.
Designed by Howard Watson, the course features four sets of tees for different skill levels (Mens, Ladies, Seniors and Juniors)—the greens consisting of bentgrass and the fairways, annual bluegrass. After a rousing round of golf, you can relax on the upper patio at the Aguasabon Clubhouse which features a stunning view of Lake Superior and the course.
Relax and golf along the majestic Lake Superior!


  • Licensed restaurant and bar
  • Pro shop
  • Driving range and putting green
  • Golf clubs and pull cart rental
  • Gas-powered cart rental

Golf Course Policy & Information:

  • Golf season is from May to October
  • No tee times required
  • All guests are welcome
  • Metal spikes not allowed


Tee off at your convenience on our challenging nine hole layout featuring striking scenery that borders the winding Aguasabon River and skirts the Terrace Bay Beach on Lake Superior.

Hole #1 – Mens 452 yd /Ladies 400 yd
The easiest hole on the course. Dissected by a valley 200+ yards out, it features a 2-tiered green protected by bunkers.

Hole #2 – Mens 137 yd /Ladies 122 yd
Tough little par 3 from an elevated tee which is protected by bunkers and usually sees a swirling wind.

Hole #3 – Mens 403 yd /Ladies 318 yd
Long tough Par 4 from an elevated tee into an undulating fairway. The elevated green makes it a difficult 2nd shot to judge the distance.

Hole #4 – Mens 347 yd/Ladies 266 yd
One of the more difficult tee-shots on the course. If you can find the fairway from this elevated tee, you will have a good chance for par/birdie.

Hole #5 – Mens 395 yd/Ladies 364 yd
The 2nd hardest hole on the course from the back tees. This long par-4 is the trickiest green to read (watch out for the grain).

Hole #6 – Mens 550 yd/Ladies 498 yd
A long ‘honest’ par 5 heading towards the lake can play tough if you miss the fairway. Only the big hitters can get on or close in 2 shots. The small green tucked slightly in the right corner can be also tricky to read.

Hole #7 – Mens 320 yd/Ladies 292 yd
Our signature hole. This short par-4 dog-legging to the right boasts a beautiful view of Lake Superior and the Slate Islands. The fairway and green side bunkers seem to collect numerous balls as well.

Hole #8 – Mens 181 yd/Ladies 140 yd
The hardest hole on the course from the back tees. #8 is also considered one of the toughest scoring holes on the entire Northshore. It is a fairly long tee shot into a very shallow green that is surrounded by bunkers and to top it off, #8 is usually host to a gusty wind.

Hole #9 – Mens 396 yd/Ladies 339 yd
Our closing hole is a long par-4 into a small green that slopes away on all sides. #9 also features a greenside bunker. This hole is notorious for ruining many good rounds

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