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Our Gears + Beers Party is part of our Bell's Beer Weekend and will feature 6 different Bell’s Beers on tap, live bluegrass music, home brewing demonstrations from Bad Teacher Brewing Supply, delicious food and party games.

Located at the Plaza Tent near the outdoor tennis courts. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Must be 21 or older.

$15 per adult (includes commemorative pint glass and 2 drink tickets. Additional drink tickets available - $5/each

Food Available  for Purchase: SOUP STATION with chili and beer cheddar soup along with hot pretzels with beer mustard and cheese sauce. SLIDER STATION featuring slider brats, chipotle stout sloppy joe sliders, smoked portobello and steamed spinach sliders with gouda and pulled chicken sliders with beer barbecue sauce. Chips and cookies also available.
 
Available BELL'S BEERS include: Oarsman Ale, Two Hearted Ale, Midwestern Pale Ale, Bell's Porter, Best Brown Ale and Special Double Cream Stout

Live bluegrass music by George Heritier and The Fauxgrass Quartet

Bad Teacher Brewing Supply will have live home brewing demonstrations

For more details, visit - http://www.grandtraverseresort.com/bells-beer-weekend
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Can't wait for our Bourbon Dinner in Aerie tomorrow evening! We're still taking reservations - 231-534-6800. Follow the below link to view the menu and bourbon pairings.

http://www.grandtraverseresort.com/july-bourbon-dinner
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Our Head Golf Pro and Director of Instruction, Scott Hebert is off to Oregon to compete in the PGA Professional National Championship, June 23-26. He won the event back in 2008.
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Have you seen our Barefoot TV episodes?  Barefoot TV is the official travel show of Grand Traverse Resort and Spa. Join host, Jordan Carson, as she introduces you to the "barefoot" mindset of northern Michigan. In the below episode, Jordan unwinds at our private beach club, enjoys a stand-up paddleboard lesson and then tries her luck at nearby Turtle Creek Casino!
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Join us Friday, October 18th from 6 to 8 p.m. in Aerie for a flavorful display of craft beer and cuisine. Four of our talented chefs were tasked with preparing their own dinner course using one of Bell’s delicious brews—a little easier than what they expect from the chefs on the Food Network’s Chopped. Visit the below link to see the dinner and beer pairings. The cost is $49 per person. To reserve your spot, call 231-534-6800.
Bell's Beer Dinner
Fri, October 18, 2013, 6:00 PM
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa

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Check out our trial run of the Beach Olympics, sporting our GoPro Hero 3 Camera!
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What a day for golf!
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100 Grand Traverse Village Boulevard Acme, MI 49610
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Welcome to Grand Traverse Resort & Spa. Our 900-acre Michigan Resort getaway is located in the northwest corner of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, just six miles northeast of downtown Traverse City.
 
Our Traverse City accommodations include 600 rooms, suites and condominiums along with 86,500 square-feet of versatile, dedicated meeting space.

The Jack Nicklaus designed, Bear and Gary Player signature course, The Wolverine, deliver an exceptional Michigan golf resort experience. Spectacular views of East Grand Traverse Bay are complimented by Scottish terraced fairways, tiered greens, moguls, deep pot bunkers, lakes, ponds, hardwood forests, streams, and orchards.
 
Our property features 3 Championship Michigan Golf Courses, Spa, 4 Restaurants, Fitness & Tennis Center, Indoor Water Playground, 2 Indoor Pools, 2 Outdoor Pools, Private Beach Club, Shopping, nearby wineries, microbreweries, casino and more.
 
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Brian Ashley
reviewed a month ago
Our team attended a conference at Grand Traverse Resort for the MLTA and had great service friendly staff. But the short ribs luncheon was fabulous. Absolutely the greatest piece of beef I've ever been served.
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Melissa Letourneau
reviewed 6 months ago
We stayed this past weekend and had just an excellent time as well as great weather. Our first night at the hotel we had dinner at Aerie restaurant and it was amazing! Loved the wine as much as the appetizer, dinner and Crème’ Brulee for dessert. Monday we ventured out on a wine tour of Old Mission Peninsula and enjoyed visiting the wineries and meeting folks that worked there. Headed back to the hotel at the end of the day to get time in the newer Jacuzzi. Much needed and enjoyed but need longer hours. Look forward to another fall trip and excited to plan a few winter trips and try out the some of the winter activities available.(Melissa Heinrich guest)
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Darci Bartlett
reviewed 9 months ago
Made an appointment at the spa for manicure/pedicure. I was 6 minutes late and they called to tell me that I was eating away my own time by being late. I was not happy with the quality of the work nor the offerings of the salon. And then to be hit with the bill... I about fell over!!! My sister and I were going in to get ready for our other sister's wedding and wanted to splurge a little but this was almost a weeks wages for one hour of service. I am not at all happy and WILL NOT go back
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Elaine Olejnik
reviewed 6 months ago
My daughter and I spent last weekend at the GT Resort and we loved it . . . .from the panormic view of the fall colors on the bay from our window, to the kind and accomodating resort team, to the resort shops, and of course, the comfort of our room was exactly what we needed after being on the go all day. We also had a spa day at the resort and it was spectacular! We are aleady talking about our next visit, exploring some of the resort restaurants and definitely visiting the spa again!! Loved it, loved it, loved it!
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Mike Severino
reviewed 6 months ago
Fantastic resort. From the food, to the free resort wide wi-fi and the amazingly comfortable beds. What a terrific staff too. Very helpful and friendly. Definitely a place I will return to.
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Mikal West
reviewed 6 months ago
Spruce Run Golf Played 9/25/2013 With my GAM discount the round was a steal. The staff was amazing. From the bag drop attendant i felt welcome. Pro shop staff was very nice and the starter gave me an awesome overview of some of the more difficult holes to expect. Beverage cart was available 3 times during my round. Was a little pricy but cant beat the convenience. I dont recall there being a "turn" to stop and get something, but there was drinking water on several holes. I am a 15 handicap but a longer hitter but still played the white tees. If i manage to hit a fairway i hit long off the tee and some of the holes played a little short. i can hit like 1 in 6 drives 300ish and accurate, so i feel like a douche having to wait for ppl to clear a green when theres a 5/6 chance ill put a drive 100 yards in the woods. The blues play a respectable length. No holes particularly narrow but i wouldn't call the place wide open by any means. If you have a blind shot i highly recommend driving up to see whats over there. I was lazy and ended up losing a couple balls. Also pay attention to the pin placement and green slope tips on the scorecard and save half a dozen strokes. Being late in the season i had no expectation but the course was in great shape. The greens were fast and tough but rolled true. The only real problem was many ball marks unrepaired by players which was annoying, But at least fixable if they were in my line or whatever. Been years since i played any if the other courses in TC. I always expect golf to cost a ton but be superior conditions. This course was an excellent value and did not feel like i missed out by not playing one of the bigger names and saved cash to boot.
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