Featured Wisconsin Golf Courses
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Pinewood Country Club is a beautiful public golf course located in Harshaw, Wisconsin. Of all the golf courses in Rhinelander, Minocqua and Tomahawk we are centrally located between all three towns minutes off of Highway 51. The golf course, proshop and driving range is spread over 325 beautiful acres of the most scenic land of all the Northwoods golf courses. The golf course was built in 1962 by Al and Marie Bromann, Jr.
Broadlands Golf Club has the look and feel of a links style course. However, with water coming into play on 7 holes and many wooded green and tee areas, Broadlands gives golfers of all skill levels an enjoyable variety. Greens, tees, and fairways are all bentgrass to make the playing conditions at Broadlands Golf Club immaculate.
Christmas Mountain's 27 hole championship golf course is etched into the rolling hills of Wisconsin Dells. Our new nine holes opened in 2000 and is breathtaking. Combined with the existing front nine, you now have one of the most challenging, beautiful and fun 18 holes of golf that you will ever play!
Christmas Mountain Village also offers affordable Stay and Play packages and would be honored to host your next golf outing or charitable event.
At Kettle Hills we have 45 holes of championship golf which offer great variety and value. Built in 1987, our Ponds/Woods course has a front nine with water on seven of the nine holes; the back nine is a visual delight through tree lined fairways. The Valley Course has fantastic views of the Kettle Moraine, and while challenging, is a bit more forgiving than the Ponds/Woods. Our Rolling Nine is a full length 9 hole course, perfect for small outings or corporate events without the big price tag. A full size driving range, golf professional, many options for lessons and clinics, a teaching and practice hole, and two practice greens are all available to help you improve!
An iconic Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course with a rich history, SentryWorld blazed the trail as Wisconsin's first destination golf course. Owned and operated by Sentry Insurance and created through the vision of its then CEO John Joanis, the inaugural round was played on June 13, 1982 and the course quickly became famous for its world-class caliber and stunning signature "Flower Hole."
Located in easy to find Fond du Lac Rolling Meadows is perfect for your day at the links. We are pleased to have hosted numerous state tournaments fundraisers, business outings, civic groups, trade groups, weddings and family get togethers.
Rolling Meadows features a 27 hole Dick Nugent design that opened in 1996. If you played the "old" Rolling Meadows you won't believe the new one. All but three holes were changed during the two year construction.
A first-class golf experience situated between the majestic Mississippi River and beautiful Perrot State Park. We proudly offer an 18-hole championship golf course open to the public with a modern links-style design. The course was built on beautiful rolling farmland and opened in 1997.
First opened in 1921, Lake Lawn Resort's championship golf course is one of the Midwest's premier golf destinations. It's one of the most scenic courses with a beautiful view of Delavan Lake, and is conveniently located in the Lake Geneva area.
A Wisconsin Golf Summer would not be complete without a visit to the courses of Lawsonia in Green Lake, Wisconsin. Since 1929, The Links course has be recognized as one of the finest classic layouts in America while the Woodlands course has garnered a similar reputation since 1983. It's extremely rare to find one property with two completely different 18's, but Lawsonia pulls off this dichotomy in style. The Links 18 features a skillful collection of open holes flanked by grassy moguls and Irish inspired bunkers while The Woodlands 18 offer patrons some of the best tree-lined vistas in the state.
Regarded as one of Pete Dye's crowning achievements, Blackwolf Run has hosted a number of professional championships. The Andersen Consulting World Golf Championships in 1995, 1996 and 1997 as well as the U.S. Women's Open in 1998 and 2012.
Contact Blackwolf Run for tee times and golf packages at 855-421-3453.
Whistling Straits is the host 2015 PGA Championship and 2020 Ryder Cup played in 2021 is an extraordinary combination of legendary design by Pete Dye and visionary inspiration of Herbert V. Kohler, Jr.
Contact Whistling Straits for tee times, golf packages, and more information 855-421-3453.
The Bull at Pinehurst Farms, located in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin (just minutes from Kohler), is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in Wisconsin and has garnered top reviews from all over the country, including Golfweek's America's Top Courses for 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. Golfweek named The Bull their "Best New Daily-Fee Course in America" in 2005, Golf Digest named The Bull the first runner-up "Best New Upscale Course in America" for 2004, and GOLF Magazine named it one of their "Top 10 New Courses You Can Play" for 2003. The Bull was recently named the #3 public course in Wisconsin by GolfWisconsin.com.
A Masterpiece by Andy North & Roger Packard
In an area carved by glaciers, with the scenic Wisconsin Dells countryside as their canvas, two-time U.S. Open Champion Andy North and world renowned golf course designer Roger Packard have created what many consider to be the ultimate type of course.
Sand Valley brings the drama and playing style of a seaside links to the heartland of America. This stunning property features the original Coore & Crenshaw course, which was voted the #1 new course of 2017 by multiple media outlets. The resort's second championship course, Mammoth Dunes, a McLay Kidd design, and a 17 hole par-3 course dubbed "Sandbox" by Coore & Crenshaw opened in May of 2018. 2022 will mark the opening of their 4th property, The Lido.
The Bog is a Championship Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer located just 25 minutes north of Milwaukee. The Bog is rated in the Top Ten Best Golf Courses in all of Wisconsin by Golf Digest. Golf Digest also rates The Bog with 4 1/2 out of 5 Stars.
The Club at Lac La Belle opened to the public in June, 2020 with much fanfare and media attention. Mixed in with the beautiful rolling hills you will enjoy elevated tee boxes, native fescue grasses, undulating greens of various sizes, a few par 4's that are reachable, rectangular tee boxes, double fairways and short grass recovery areas all to enhance the golf experience.
Located in the center of Wisconsin, Whispering Springs Golf Club is the perfect meeting point for any tee time. This challenging Bob Lohmann designed course is nestled up on the ledge in Fond du Lac, offering views of the city and Lake Winnebago. Not only will the beautiful vistas catch your eye, but the course layout will certainly keep you entertained boasting no two holes alike. While the front nine
resembles more links style play, the back nine delivers an entirely different experience as you weave your way around "the old nine" and it's scenic matured trees.
Named one of Golf Magazine's Top 10 Wisconsin courses, Grand Geneva Resort & Spa offers two stunning venues, each presenting its own unique challenge and beautiful views.
With its picturesque landscape of scenic hills, trickling creeks and lush foliage, The Highlands instantly transports golfers to the hills of Northern Scotland. Meanwhile, The Brute is an American classic, and one of the longest and most challenging courses in the Midwest.
We invite you to "Play the Canyon" at Cold Water Canyon Golf Course, located at Chula Vista Resort - one of Wisconsin's most historic golf courses. 18 challenging holes await you on a course that boasts a traditional style front nine that was built in 1923. The exciting new back nine features link-style hills, moguls and bunkers that create secluded fairways that will enhance your golf experience.
Devil's Head Resort in Merrimac features two championship layouts, The Glacier and The Prairie Glen. The Glacier is an 18-hole mountain course that is carved out of the glacier-formed Baraboo Bluff that takes golfers through a maze of elevation changes, narrow fairways, rock out-croppings, amazing views, and water hazards on seven holes. The Prairie Glen, the newest championship course at Devil's Head Resort, takes golfers get a wild ride through 18 holes of
diverse scenery featuring island greens, and Scottish links. Your skills will be tested by numerous water holes and sand traps. Changing mountain elevations are breathtaking, including the 120' drop on the par-3 7th hole.
Take advantage of the Pre-Season Specials offered beginning April through the end of May. Devil's Head also offers numerous Stay and Play packages throughout the year.
At Northern Bay Golf Resort, you won't simply be playing golf; you'll be competing shot-for-shot against the most legendary holes in all of golf!
Northern Bay Golf Resort is an 18-hole Championship golf course featuring 7 holes replicated from PGA Tour courses; including Augusta National, TPC Sawgrass, Firestone, Oakland Hills, Oakmont, and Bay Hill!
Less than an hour's drive northwest of downtown Milwaukee, secluded in the heart of Wisconsin's picturesque Kettle Moraine Area, lies Washington County Golf Course. Designed by the renowned Arthur Hills, WCGC has received a 4 1/2-star rating and is ranked SECOND IN THE NATION among municipal golf courses by Golf Digest, making it a course as challenging as it is beautiful.
Abbey Springs is a unique golf course community located on the Southern shores of Lake Geneva in Fontana, Wisconsin. The breathtaking lake views are a spectacular backdrop for your wedding ceremony, reception, or other special celebrations. As one of the finest Lake Geneva, WI area golf courses, Abbey Springs boasts a 4 ½ star rating from Golf Digest magazine. Abbey Springs can play host to your next round of golf or your group golf outing.
It took nature 1,990,000 years to sculpt and Robert Trent Jones II two years to finish. YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT.
It will only take you a few hours to discover one of the most unique golf courses in Wisconsin, nestled among moraines chiseled by the last ice age nearly two million years ago. The front nine meanders over lush grasslands; the back nine is carved out of the densest of Wisconsin's woodlands.
Take on the trifecta of three uniquely designed courses by Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino at Geneva National Resort & Club, just over an hour's drive from Chicago and even closer to Milwaukee and Madison.
Located along the shores of Lake Como in the resort town of Lake Geneva, this award-winning semi-private facility offers attractive public day rates, stay & play packages and versatile membership options.
Wild Rock is a rugged 18-hole championship course chiseled around the natural beaty of the Wisconsin Dells. An ideal course for the golfer who embraces a challenge. The greens are expansive, fast and true and impeccably maintained. The declaration bent grass comes through Wisconsin winters extrodinarily well, in turn, setting up the greens for early season play. Designed by the legendary team of Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, Wild Rock should be on your must play list.