WISCONSIN'S BEST GOLF COURSES
WISCONSIN'S BEST GOLF COURSES, FROM THE SHORES OF LAKE MICHIGAN TO THE WISCONSIN DELLS
By Ken Liebeskind
Wisconsin's lush landscapes and natural settings unite at over 500 public golf courses throughout the state. Along with affordable prices, golfers can enjoy spectacular scenery surrounding Wisconsin's best golf courses from Lake Superior's Apostle Islands, the Mississippi River bluffs, Wisconsin's Northwoods and Lake Michigan's spectacular shoreline.
Two of Wisconsin's best golf courses are the Irish and Straits courses at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Pete Dye links style designs sculpted into the Wisconsin coastline. The Straits course plays along the Lake Michigan shoreline and the Irish is just inland, interspersed among four streams. Dye said, "There is nothing in the United States that has the look and feel of this course and a golfer said it offers "some of the most scenic views of Lake Michigan you will ever see."
Milwaukee golfers enjoy the Brown Deer Park Golf Club, one of Wisconsin's best golf courses that offers a challenging layout with 60 sand bunkers, tree lined fairways and water winding through the course.
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In Madison, check out the University Ridge Golf Course, a Robert Trent Jones design with a front nine that meanders over lush grasslands and a back that is carved out of Wisconsin's woodlands.
In the Wisconsin Dells, some of Wisconsin's best golf courses include the Castle Rock Golf Course in Mauston, a challenging course with plenty of water, sand and trees and Coldwater Canyon Golf Course in Wisconsin Dells, with a traditional front nine built in 1923 and a new links style back nine with hills, moguls, bunkers and secluded fairways.
The Bull at Pinehurst Farms in Sheboygan Falls is another one of Wisconsin's best golf courses, a Jack Nicklaus design that plays long at 7,354 yard with a slope rating of 147. The signature hole is number 5, a 432 yard par 4 that doglegs left around a 40 foot ravine. Another big challenge awaits at number 13, a 232 yard par 3 from an elevated tee.
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