Work on perfecting your overall handicap with a round of golf at Warnimont Park in Cudahy.
With food just the way you like it, this course elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at this course.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Towering oaks and spectacular willow trees frame Oak Hills Golf Club’s nine-hole course, standing guard as clubbers traverse the 1,845-yard, par 31 course. The relatively short layout—which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016—features bunker-fortified greens and water hazards on multiple holes. With no par 5's and only one hole longer than 300 yards, the course enables golfers to feasibly reach the green off the tee on eight different holes.
At the Club’s pro shop, players can peruse a wide selection of clubs with which to upgrade their old set of modified crowbars, and the 250-yard driving range offers a venue for players to test out new equipment or improve imbalanced swings. After a long day of tracing drives into the ether, golfers can retreat to The Back Nine Restaurant to enjoy a cool beverage, tuck into a meal of traditional grill fare, and watch the sun slide slowly beneath the earth's flat surface.
Course at a Glance:
9-hole, par 31 course
Length of 1,845 yards
Course rating of 29.1
Link to scorecard
Golfers of all ages and abilities can practice short-range to midrange skills among the many pine trees that populate the nine-hole executive Woodland Golf Course. At 2,089 yards, the course presents an ideal layout for beginners or veteran pairs competing in a three-legged scramble. While short-game finesse is placed at a premium, big hitters will find space to slake a yen for yardage on three holes that measure more than 300 yards.
If you love a good physical and mental challenge, you will love the golf courses at Gastrau's Golf Center in Oak Creek.
Make the trip to this course even more savory with a visit to their fine restaurant.
The perfect place to take the kids, this course won't cost you a sitter.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
SpongeBob's house is shaking, rattling, and rolling to a soundtrack of giggles. At Bounce Realm, kids bounce about in large inflatables such as SpongeBob's abode, as well as a Cars moonwalk and a giant air-filled obstacle course. This inflatable world inflates imaginations and excites kids into bouts of exercise as they jump, climb, and slide. In between leaps and bounds inside safe and clean bounce houses, kids gallop between arcade games and air-hockey battles. Parents can tote sock-clad little ones into this plush world for open-bounce sessions or private parties. Those shindigs can get extra festive with visits from favorite characters, such Dora the Explorer and Spider-Man. SpongeBob himself might even stop by to see what all the excitement is about.