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Located just ten minutes from the heart of Green Bay. Royal Scot Features 18 holes of challenging golf over a beautiful landscape. Water is abundant on this traditional golf course, coming into play on 10 of 18 holes. Royal Scot is known as one of the premier golf courses in the northeast Wisconsin area.
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Our beautifully maintained golf course incorporates wildlife habitat and other natural characteristics, including a scenic meandering stream through three holes. Golf Digest magazine put it best a few years ago when Northbrook Country Club in Luxemburg was awarded a four and a half star designation, the highest and best rating in Northeast Wisconsin. These accolades are no surprise to the member's who call Northbrook home or any other golf fan who makes Northbrook a regular stop.
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The Golf Course at Branch River is located in Cato, Wisconsin. It has been strictly private club since 1956, but under new ownership it is now open for public play for the first time. The wonderful 18 hole course was designed by William H. Diddel, ASGCA. It stretches to 6,696 yards from the longest tees having a course rating of 72.5 and a slope of 125, finishing at par 72. From Milwaukee come North on Hwy 43 just past Manitowoc. Take the County Road JJ exit West 2.6 miles, turn North on North Union Road, the club is 2 miles on your left. From Green Bay come South on Hwy 43, turn West on Hwy 10. Go 1.5 miles to Branch River Road, turn South, then 1/2 mile to North Union Road, turn right, club will be on your right.
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Pine Hills Golf Course nestled in the North Woods you'll find splendor in their well-manicured golf course and enjoy the pleasures of world-class dining. Located just 30 minutes north of Shawano off Hwy. 47, Pine Hills Golf Course is carved out of the mystic beautiful north woods landscape and includes: 18 - Challenging Holes of Golf, New Clubhouse, Pro Shop, Locker Rooms, Driving Range and Bar & Grill.
This kayak tour travels along the shores of Peninsula State Park. It is one of the most picturesque, enjoyable tours.You will see many famous Door County sites on the Eagle Bluff Tour including Eagle Bluff lighthouse, Horseshoe Island, Chambers Island, Eagle Harbor, and of course, Eagle Bluffs.Explore Horseshoe Island with a hike, swim and picnic.PLEASE BOOK DIRECTLY ON OUR WEBSITE for more tour time availability, specials, and coupons at www.doorcountykayaktours.com
Maxwelton Braes has rightfully been called a “golfer's paradise.” Our 18-hole, championship golf course surrounds its own clubhouse. The 6,041-yard course is par 70, USGA rating 68.7, with rolling links and open fairways dotted with bunkers. The greens are bent grass. Each hole is a challenge to anyone's skill and strategy. Club rentals are available, and the Pro Shop offers a variety of golf equipment, apparel and accessories. Golf packages are available.
Experience the Midwest’s most thrilling whitewater rafting on this 3-hour adventure. You will be led by a professional guide through the Menominee River's waters. Take in the scenery on the flat-water sections of the river before shooting through the fast-paced Piers Gorge. This family-friendly outing is appropriate for a range of ages and skill levels.
Bass Lake Golf Course was founded in 1926 and went through a complete renovation in Spring of 2001. Following the renovation, Bass Lake was awarded the prestigious 4.5 star rating by Golf Digest. Bass Lake, one of the best kept secrets in Northwoods, is cut out of oak and pine trees lining the well manicured fairways and greens. The back nine has more of a hilly terrain while the front nine is tight. Water comes into play on at least seven of the eighteen holes. Bass Lake offers four sets of tees, Black (6308), Blue (5922), White (5363) and Red (4769), for golfers of all ages and ability levels. What lacks in length from the Black tees, must be made up with accuracy of the short irons. This challenge requires position play to adapt to the small greens, blind holes, water hazards, sand traps, woods and environmental areas.
Adventure-seekers can rent a boat and guide for a half or full day trip through the gorge
Climbers of all levels can enjoy a variety of problems in an indoor climbing gym with a 12-foot high bouldering wall
Adventure-seekers can explore Upper Michigan’s wild and beautiful outdoor landscape during an all-day adventure
Adventure-seekers can explore Upper Michigan’s wild and beautiful outdoor landscape on the bike trails
Adventure-seekers can explore Upper Michigan’s wild and beautiful outdoor landscape during a hotel or camping stay and outdoor activities
Located in Norway - Michigan, Oak Crest is home to one of the area’s finest golf courses. You’ll be inspired by its rolling fairways, undulating greens, and mature oak trees from which it earned its name. The club also offers annual memberships for golfers looking to call Oak Crest home. Oak Crest was built in the 1920's and expanded from 9 to 18 holes in the 1970's. At first sight you’ll be drawn to its inviting brick clubhouse, professional staff and warm atmosphere. With a large dining facility, locker rooms, bar area, and golf shop equipped with the latest in golf equipment and apparel.
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Founded in 1915, the Escanaba Country Club is the oldest golf course in Delta County. The course was originally nine holes. A renovation project in 1991 expanded the course to 18 holes. The two nines each have their own characteristics. The front nine is more of a "classical", tree lined design. The back nine is more open, with water coming into play on six holes. Many consider the Eighteenth hole (pictured on the right), to be one of if not the most difficult finishing hole in the Upper Peninsula. The hole measures 428 yards, with the approach shot all uphill to a green that is some 40 feet above the level of the fairway. Once you find the green, you are challenged by the most severe putting surface on the golf course.
Northwood Golf Club is carved out of ancient rocks, rolling hills and dense forests, and itN opened for play in May 1989. Designed by Minneapolis golf course architect, Don Herfort, Northwood lies on a 2600-acre parcel of land that nature did a great job of landscaping before he arrived. To his credit he used the natural feeling of nature to create a golf masterpiece. Northwood is located just minutes away from 232 freshwater lakes, the Pelican and Wisconsin Rivers, modern accommodations and fine dining.
The OC Club has developed into a lush 18-hole course in beautiful natural scenery surrounded by towering pines, oaks, and local wildlife.
The Eagle River Golf Course is one of the most beautiful courses you will ever play... wooded, watered, carefully groomed and totally in keeping with the unspoiled beauty of Wisconsin's Northwoods. But don't let the beauty overwhelm you. This is also one of the most challenging courses in Wisconsin! The course was redesigned in 1988 by architect Don Herfort of Minneapolis, and features strategically bunkered greens, narrow forested fairways and prevalent water hazards. This course will excite and challenge golfers of all skill levels. Come enjoy Northern Wisconsin's restful beauty, watch the wildlife crossing the fairways and take your best swing. You'll soon be enjoying a round of golf on one of Wisconsin's best keep secrets... the Eagle River Golf Course!
The St. Germain Golf Club opened as a nine hole facility in 1993 and expanded to eighteen holes in 1996. The golf course, stretching to 6,651 yards from the back tees, will challenge the most seasoned golfer as well as provide the social player with a most memorable golfing experience. Carved out of a dense white and red pine forest, the St. Germain Golf Club provides unparalleled Northwoods beauty.
To contact the Pro Shop, call 231-534-6470.
Gary Player’s first signature course in the state of Michigan is designed to take full advantage of the Resort’s richly diverse environment. The design’s flexibility, versatility, and playability with four sets of tees allows the course to be set up to accommodate golfers of all abilities. The course is challenging for a low handicap, yet playable and enjoyable for high handicappers and is capable of being set up to be a true test for professional tournaments. Each nine is distinctive. The front nine is constructed on lowland terrain with water and wetlands, and existing wetlands were enhanced to interweave with several holes on the front. The back nine is constructed on highland terrain with hardwoods, rolling hills, and views of East Grand Traverse Bay.Fairways and greens were seeded with Providence Bentgrass, tees were seeded with Penncross Bentgrass, and the rough was seeded with bluegrass and fescue. The greens are undulating while water comes into play on 13 holes. The course record is 63, shot during the first round of the 2008 Michigan Open by Bryan Stuard of Jackson, Michigan.
Not far from Manistique, Stony Point Golf Course offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Stony Point Golf Course difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Stony Point Golf Course is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Manistique.
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