Playing a round of golf is a contest between man and nature, much like betting a tree it can't drink a gallon of milk. Pit yourself against the elements with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$49 for a golf outing for two (up to a $98 total value)
- An 18-hole round of golf for two (up to a $56 value)
- A cart rental (a $34 value)
- Two small bags of driving range balls (an $8 value)
$95 for a golf outing for four (up to a $196 total value)
- An 18-hole round of golf for four (up to a $112 value)
- Two cart rentals (a $68 value)
- Four small bags of driving range balls (a $16 value)
Baraboo Country Club's rates fluctuate throughout the week.
Baraboo Country Club
At most golf courses, players look out onto dew-kissed fairways or swaying trees and, for a moment, have their breath stolen by the picturesque landscape. At Baraboo Country Club, those moments arrive seemingly at every turn.
With unrivaled views of the bluffs at nearby Devil's Lake State Park and water features formed by Draper Creek in play on nine holes, Baraboo Country Club’s scenery enchants golfers as they traverse the 18-hole course. The inventive layout makes the most of its surroundings, as showcased on the club’s signature hole—the par 5 8th—where drives must carry a water hazard down a tree-lined fairway that dog-legs left on its way to a blind green that, like all of the Club’s putting surfaces, reads a slick “10” on the stimpmeter and doubles as a dance floor for squirrel wedding receptions.
Golfers can prime swings for upcoming rounds with a 10-stall driving range, practice bunker, and putting green, while a full-service pro shop lets golfers replace worn-down gloves or disloyal sandwedges. A wraparound bar with granite countertops awaits at the Fore Seasons Restaurant and Lounge, which serves a menu of classic sandwiches and weekly specials.
97% of 264 customers recommend
“Great course, beautiful and a great test of golf.”
“Absolutely beautiful golf course, excellent groundskeeping and the food was wonderful too!”
“A great day on a great course.”