There are several reasons why Wisconsin is a great place to golf. The first is the number of golf courses: there are hundreds of courses throughout the state. Another reason is the outstanding scenery golfers will enjoy. Also, the greens fees on Wisconsin golf courses are, on average, lower than courses in neighboring states. Numerous choices, scenic beauty and affordability—that’s a pretty good combination.
Here are four courses you need to play this summer.
There are a number of excellent golf courses in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. One of the finest is the Northwood Golf Club in Rhinelander. This attractive course features pine forests and stands of tall hardwoods set amid 2,600 acres. Every hole features beautiful views of the woodlands and rolling hills. Golfing here is pure pleasure.
Oshkosh is one of the best municipal courses in the state. This scenic course has been challenging golfers for more than 90 years. Enjoy views of the Fox River and relax in the excellent clubhouse. You can’t beat this great course.
Every golfer should play Black River Falls. This municipal course offers outstanding play and a challenging terrain. Acres of undulating hills are punctuated with fairways lined with pines. It’s the perfect course for a bright summer afternoon.
In south-central Wisconsin, you’ll find the aptly named Pleasant View Golf Course in Middleton. In addition to wonderful views of the Madison area and the surrounding countryside, the course has a driving range and a new club house. If you’re in southern Wisconsin, don’t miss this course.