Golf in Fond du Lac

Up to Half Off Round of Golf in Neenah

Neenah

$52 $26

Small, fast, elevated greens combine with water hazards and dense tree lines to challenge golfers as they traverse 2,934-yard course

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The Bog

$60 $30

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Arnold Palmer–designed course snakes across 7,221 yd. of rolling fairways cleaved through wetlands, myriad bunkers, and mounded rough

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Cedarburg

$14 $7

FootGolf combines soccer and golf; players kick off from a tee and try to get the soccer ball in the hole with the least amount of kicks

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Ottawa

$133 $69

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Drive range balls before cartpooling across 18 holes characterized by scenic wetlands, towering arbors, and multiple doglegs

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Oconomowoc

$106 $50

Golf cart takes duffers gliding through narrow, tree-lined fairways of 6,576 yd. layout that puts water hazards in play on seven holes

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Storm's Golf Range

$100 $45

PGA pro draws from more than 20 years of experience to build efficient swings by tailoring his teaching to pupils' individual abilities

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Pewaukee

$125 $55

Seasoned instructor examines golfers' posture, mobility, strength, power, and swing; custom training helps students improve their game

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Portage

$108 $44.50

Nestled along the waters of Swan Lake, 18-hole course presents an open layout

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Shorewood Golf Course

$112 $49

Course’s tree-lined fairways reward precise tee and approach shots from a choice of five tee boxes for varying skill levels

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North Prairie

$136 $68

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Links-style course encompasses 6,884 yards of bentgrass fairways and greens, wide-open terrain, occasional water hazards, and 4 sets of tees

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Awarded with numerous accolades from the Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin, The Golf Club at Camelot earns recognition for the course's pristine playing conditions of wooded hills and valleys whittled into the landscape by ancient glaciers. Water flows into the picture on half of the holes, including twice on the par 5 ninth, where the fairway bend features an elongated lake and makes players hit their first and second shots with hydrophobic golf balls. On the back nine, the par 3 13th hole places golfers 120 feet higher than the green on a tee box that affords panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and acts as the best place to spot outlaw foursomes on the lam.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,304 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 69.4 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 125 from the back tees
  • Four sets of tees per hole

W192 State Road 67
Lomira,
WI
US

With few trees to knock down errant drives, the wide-open course at Kestrel Ridge rewards control and course-management skills for players negotiating its more than 6,000 yards. Players point their tee shots down the center of the fairway from one of four different sets of tees, taking care to avoid numerous lurking fairway bunkers and the water hazards that run alongside the fairways of holes 1, 8, 9, and 10. When they're not engaging in physical altercations with swirling crosswinds, visitors should take time to appreciate the open expanse of rolling Wisconsin countryside through which the course winds. The track saves its crown jewel for last, with an 18th hole that forces players to nail a small, sloping landing area from the tee and then carry their approach over a rock ravine that runs alongside the right of the hole and contains fossils of Neanderthal golfers.

After a round, tired golfers can head to the clubhouse bar for traditional pub fare or re-create dramatic putts on the two large putting greens. A driving range hosts hitters on both grass and rubber mats and challenges them to assail greens located strategically between 125 and 230 yards away.

900 Avalon Rd
Columbus,
WI
US

Before Bob Burns was a tournament winner, he was operating a one-man golf center just north of Appleton. Bob Burns Golf was founded in 1975, and in those days specialized in repairs, custom-built clubs, and golf instruction. By the 1980s, the company had grown—as had its reputation—and Burns was being invited to host seminars on club design, manufacture, and repair by leaders in the industry. His career on a perpetual upswing, the PGA Master Professional invented his trademark No Bananas driver around the same time. Today, his golf lessons are considered among the top 50 in the world by Golf Range Magazine, and in his downtime he acts as the accessible golf editor for Palaestra, where he focuses on making the game accessible for those with disabilities.

428 W Edgewood Dr
Appleton,
WI
US

For more than 45 years, High Cliff Restaurant has resided at the gates of the High Cliff State Park, welcoming visitors into the verdant landscape of Northeastern Wisconsin. Between Lake Winnebago and the High Cliff Golf Course, the stone exterior gives way to a spacious interior, where each steak or fillet of fresh fish is served with a side of picturesque views and a fork. Banquet halls and a catering menu accommodate groups of up to 500 guests, making High Cliff Restaurant a perfect place for large family reunions and upscale food fights.

W5095 Golf Course Rd
Sherwood,
WI
US

From the tee box on the fourth hole, golfers might notice something familiar about the green at which they're aiming: it's in the shape of Wisconsin. The geographically-inspired green is just one of many novel features that make up Missing Links 9-hole, an award-winning par-three golf course, which was designed with the help of Jack Nicklaus. Ponds and berms splotched with native grasses characterize the terrain throughout the course. Before sticking their tee or railroad spike into the soil on the first hole, golfers can warm up at a practice facility with a grass tee driving range, putting greens, and practice bunkers.

12950 N Port Washington Rd
Mequon,
WI
US

Staffed by experienced coaches and computers who’ve sworn allegiance to the three laws of golfing robotics, GolfTEC’s motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor swings and break down each individual’s form on a high-definition video display to get results. Sensors chirp with approval whenever they detect the perfect stroke or an especially witty golfing joke. GolfTEC’s experienced personal coaches will point out flaws and strengths while providing golfers with tips on how to permanently improve their game from tee to green.

1408 W Mequon Rd
Mequon,
WI
US