Koshkonong Mounds Country Club traces its history back to 1870, when it opened as a resort for sportsmen to hunt duck and fish around the game-fertile shores of Lake Koshkonong. In 1922, they began constructing an 18-hole golf course, using the undulating shoreline and effigy mounds to sculpt a rolling, scenic course that spans 6,485 yards in its present-day form.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71/72 course * Length of 6,485 yards from the tips * Greens maintain an average stimp speed of 10 * Fairway height maintains an average height of 3/4-inch * Four tee options * Scorecard
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The course at Glen Erin Golf Club harkens back to the earliest days of golf with a links-style layout inspired by traditional courses in Ireland. Though it opened in 2003, the course pays homage to yesteryear with rolling fairways, oversize greens, and deep pot bunkers. Native fescues ensnare wayward shots that venture outside the first cut of rough, forcing players to chop through dense grasses with scythe clubs just to get the ball back onto shorter grass. The back nine is bookended by par 5s on holes 10 and 18, each more than 575 yards in length and unreachable in two strokes for all but the longest hitters or golfers who have wired their golf ball with hummingbird wings.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Total length of 6,849 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.4 from the back tees * Course slope of 126 from the back tees * Four sets of tees per hole
Since 1975, golfers have sent tee shots soaring over the flat, open expanse of the Oak Ridge Golf Course. Though oak trees dot the landscape, foliage is relatively sparse around the 18-hole layout, boosting confidence when players reach for their drivers or choose to drive their golf carts blindfolded. Trees are just as scarce at Bonny Meade Links?a nine-hole, Scottish style links course located just across the street from Oak Ridge.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Total length of 5,949 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 68.3 from the back tees * Course slope of 112 from the back tees * Two sets of tees per hole
Kettle Moraine Golf Club's 18-hole course weaves through an emerald tapestry of tranquil wetlands and towering arbors for 6,440 yards of leisurely golf. While not an overwhelmingly long course, length and precision off of the tee will allow players to cut corners on the course's multiple dogleg fairways, though airborne orbs must remain vigilant of the course's rippling ponds, thickets of marsh grasses, and naturally blossoming bogey plants. Alongside the pristine par 72, clubbers can groove shots at the club's driving range, where they may encounter PGA pro Rick Callies sanding down the rough-edged swings of attentive pupils. The course's gently undulating fairways and greens converge at the Scorecard Lounge, where guests can recapitulate memorable shots over a frothy pint or glass of freshly squeezed range balls. The Club also encompasses a fully stocked pro shop and a stately banquet hall, which overlooks the grounds and sports an elegant stone fireplace.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,440 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 70.5 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 120 from the farthest tees * Three tee options * Link to scorecard
Deertrak Golf Club's 18-hole course is characterized by numerous bodies of water, most notably Alderley Lake, which borders playable terrain along the course's western edge. Opened in 1986, the course layout sends players skimming over 6,400 yards of manicured fairways and greens.
More than 34 flowerbeds and eight water fountains lend grandeur to the course's design, and two cascading waterfalls give errant golf balls one last thrill before their final swan dive into the abyss. Before players finish their round and count up divot scores, they must first clear the arduous stretch found at holes 14–17, featuring two long par 5s and a tee shot on the par 3 17th that must clear three bodies of water en route to the green.
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