Best Golf Resorts in USA to Make Memories With Your Dad on Father’s Day

Fathers Day Golf Getaways

Best Golf Resorts in the USA For a Father’s Day Getaway

Father’s Day is coming up, and if your dad loves golf, we’ve got the perfect way to spoil him! Give him a few days at one of the best golf resorts in the USA for a Father’s Day getaway. He’ll get to play some spectacular golf and enjoy the luxury of a resort experience at the same time.

The best part is that the whole family can come along and make memories along the way. These resorts offer something for everyone, so both parents and kids will find an activity that they enjoy. You might even be able to play a round with your dad!

Make Dad’s day and give him the chance to swing his clubs without a care in the world, away from the hustle and bustle of the real world.

Suncadia Resort, Washington

At the foot of the Cascade Mountains, you’ll find this gem of a resort. Spanning 6,400 acres and featuring two championship golf courses, it’s a paradise for those who love the game… Especially when there’s a stunning view included. Golfers can enjoy a panoramic scene in front of them, with views of the forest pines and granite peaks. Play in the early morning or evening to get a spectacular sun-kissed experience.

There are a bunch of other activities, so Dad (and you) won’t be limited to golfing every day. Choose from activities like hiking, biking, having a swim, taking part in a fitness class, archery, ax throwing, water sports, ATV tours, and snow sports in the winter!

You can also take advantage of the top-class spa, where you can share a couple-treatment while the kids keep themselves busy. Take your pick of several different restaurant styles, depending on Dad’s appetite.

Plus, there’s a family-friendly golf course that stretches to just 9 holes, so the whole group can spend a few hours bonding over Dad’s favorite sport. What’s not to love?

The Lodge at Kukui’ula, Hawaii

Who doesn’t dream of going to Hawaii and enjoying all the tropical destination has to offer? Dad will be pleased as punch with a stay at The Lodge at Kukui’ula, a unique holiday destination that features a collection of bungalows and villas scattered across a lovely tranquil area.

It’s ideal for family gatherings of all sizes. Whether you’re a small family of 4 or you’re meeting the kids and their partners and their kids, too, you’ll fit here. Each accommodation features its own fire pit, pool, and small yard, so privacy is prioritized.

As for the golf, there’s a private 18-hole golf course for Dad (and everyone else) to enjoy. As well as being more challenging than it looks at first sight, it also features dramatic views over the ocean, and you may be able to spot dolphins or humpback whales from the course.

There’s plenty more to do around the lodge, including tennis, pickleball, and basketball, walking or biking to the Farm, relaxing at the Makai Pool complex, nearby beaches, and a spa. It may be a Dad’s Day outing, but there’s something for everyone!

Grand Hotel, Michigan

If Dad is a history buff, this one is a superb choice! At 136 years old, there’s plenty of history around, and it’s a truly immersive experience. It begins the moment you land on the island, where you’ll be transported to the hotel in a horse-drawn carriage. You won’t see a motorized vehicle on the island, giving it a real old-fashioned feeling from the get-go!

The hotel’s golf course, the Jewel, consists of two separate nines that require another scenic carriage ride from one to another. Aside from old-school traditional golf, you can also enjoy horseback riding, tennis, a scenic bike ride, hiking, or enjoying a spa treatment or the beautifully manicured gardens.

Each room in the resort is expertly decorated in historic style, complete with distinctive, fashionable-for-the-time decor, and includes unique historical memorabilia. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that Dad won’t forget anytime soon!

Barnsley Resort, Georgia

If Dad is an outdoorsy person, this is a choice he’s going to love. Set on 3,000 acres of spectacular land in the Blue Ridge Mountains, it’s filled with adventure and activity to satisfy any outdoor lover.

The golf is amazing and decently challenging, with magnificent views of the mountains and the resort gardens. There’s also disc golf if you want to have some fun as a family! Another unique activity Dad may enjoy is doing some shooting at the on-site Beretta Shooting Grounds.

Other interesting activities include horseback experiences, air rifle target shooting, archery, ax throwing, UTV trail riding, tennis, and water sports. Explore the Manor House Ruins as a family for something fascinating and historical. And, like all good resorts, there’s a spa for a bit of well-deserved pampering.

The Retreat Links and Spa at Silvies Valley Ranch, Oregon

This is a proper working ranch, so dads who don’t mind getting their hands dirty between golf rounds will love every moment here. Stay in a luxury cabin and enjoy a wide range of things to do, from hitting the shooting range to taking a leisurely horseback ride.

If Dad is so inclined, he can saddle up and do a cattle drive with the ranch hands or pitch in to help feed the horses and goats, amongst a bunch of other ranch experiences.

The golf course is unique, superbly routed, and reversible for a completely different experience the next time around. Plus, if the whole family wants to get involved, play a couple of rounds on the two 9-hole par-3 courses. Not only is the golf fun but they’re caddied by… Goats. Fully kitted out with harnesses to carry clubs and drinks!

After the golf and the dirty work, there’s time for relaxation at the Rocking Heart Spa. Don’t miss a chance to check out their whiskey collection—it’s the largest collection in the area.


Whatever your dad is into besides golf, there’s a resort for him! Spoil him this Father’s Day with a weekend away to somewhere he’ll never forget.

Some of these resorts may require a bit of travel, but it’ll be worth it. Take photos, make memories, and enjoy the time together as a family!


About the Author:  Jordan Fuller is a retired golfer and businessman. When he’s not on the course working on his own game, hitting golf balls on the driving range, or mentoring young golfers, he writes in-depth articles for his website, Golf Influence.

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