15 Best Golf Courses in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is a beautiful state, and it has the perfect combination of big metropolitan areas and smaller rural areas. Nevertheless, wherever you go in the state, it’s not difficult to find a nice golf course that you can’t wait to play on. 

Fortunately, you also get a nice selection of courses to accommodate you regardless of what you’re looking for, from small 9-hole courses to large 18-hole courses that are part of a fancy country club.

Some are private and some are public, but they all have one thing in common: they are built for you to get the most out of your experience there, and they never disappoint. Below are a handful of these courses.

1. Auburn Bluffs Golf Club (Campbellsport)

This is a nine-hole public golf course that provides 2,962 yards of golfing opportunity, and it is open from April 1 to October 31 each year.

It was built in 1982 and lets you rent carts, pull-carts, and even clubs if you don’t have your own. While there isn’t a driving range, you do have access to a putting green, and it was voted one of the best golf courses in Wisconsin by Golf Advisor in both 2018 and 2019.

Golfers especially love the stunning elevation changes, and most of them have given the course “excellent” or “good” ratings in nearly every category.

Golf Course Information:

Auburn Bluffs Golf Club (Campbellsport)

N2019 N River Rd, Campbellsport
WI 53010
Telephone: 920-533-4311
www.auburnbluffs.com


2. Fox Lake Golf Club (Fox Lake)

Rated highly in every single category – including layout, friendliness, and conditions – this golf club is semi-private and started as a nine-hole course in 1922. It offers a lot of challenges, including water hazards, doglegs, and a meandering stream, making it a little more challenging than many other courses.

The fairways are covered with blue grass, while bent grass covers the greens, and it is open from April 1 to November 1 every year.

You also get access to a bar and a great clubhouse, and if you ever need facilities for a banquet or other special event, this is the golf club you want.

Golf Course Information:

Fox Lake Golf Club (Fox Lake)
N10500 Indian Point Rd, Fox Lake
WI 53933
Telephone:920-928-2508

www.foxlakegolfclub.com


3.The Golf Club at Camelot (Lomira)

With glacier-carved hills and valleys, this golf course is truly unique, and it offers different elevations so that you are never bored with it.

The par 71 course is 6,324 yards of greenery and has been around since 1966. It opens on March 1 and closes on November 1, and you can rent both carts and clubs if you decide not to bring your own. 

Several holes offer various challenges, such as a tee box that sits 120 feet above the fairway when you get to the par 3 13th hole, and its clubhouse, bar, and full-service restaurant are second to none. This is also a great course for both beginners and more experienced players alike.

Golf Course Information:

The Golf Club at Camelot (Lomira)
W192 WI-67, Lomira
WI 53048
Telephone:920-269-4949
www.golfcamelot.com


4. Lakeshore Municipal Golf Course

With hills, trees, and other types of greenery, the Lakeshore golf course is exceptional and therefore gives you great views the entire time you’re playing. This par 70 course was built in 1925 and has blue grass covering the fairways and bent grass on the greens. 

It opens on April 1 and closes on October 31, and it enjoyed a nice update in the year 2001. You can rent carts and clubs from them, and a clubhouse is there to help you relax after your golf game is done.

Players love the value for the money and the friendliness of the staff, not to mention the amenities and the overall condition of the green.

Golf Course Information:

Butler National Golf Club (Oak Brook)
2616 York Rd, Oak Brook
IL 60523
Telephone: (630) 990-3333
westhavengolfclub.com


5. Lawsonia Golf Course – Links Course (Green Lake)

This par 72 links-style golf course is open to the public and has not just one but two championship 18-hole courses. It is surrounded by wildlife and historic landmarks, so you’ll never get bored with your surroundings when you play there.

It provides more than 6,800 yards of greenery to enjoy and includes challenges such as 90 bunkers and deep rough.

Built in 1930, it consists of lovely bent grass on the fairways and blue grass on the greens, and it offers a driving range, golf simulator, and indoor practice areas for you to enjoy. You also have a nice clubhouse and restaurant to enjoy after your game is complete.

Golf Course Information:

Lawsonia Golf Course – Links Course (Green Lake)
W2615 S Valley View Dr, Green Lake
WI 54941
Telephone:920-294-3320
www.lawsonia.com


6. Lawsonia Golf Course – Woodlands Course (Green Lake)

With lots of trees and a few hills, this is a gorgeous golf course that offers 18 holes and a Woodland-type design.

It provides more than 6,500 yards of greenery and was built in 1983. Bent grass covers the fairways and blue grass covers the greens, and it opens every year from April 1 to November 1.

Your cart is included in your green fees, and you can rent clubs if you don’t have your own. You can even rent a GPS device if you want to, and you get a great restaurant and clubhouse that can help you relax and refuel after a hard day on the green.

Golf Course Information:

Lawsonia Golf Course – Woodlands Course (Green Lake)
W2615 S Valley View Dr, Green Lake,
WI 54941
Telephone: 920-294-3320
www.lawsonia.com


7. Mascoutin Golf Club – Red/White Courses (Berlin)

This semi-private par 72 golf course provides nearly 6,900 yards of golfing opportunities and it has been around since 1976.

Its fairways and greens are covered with lovely bent grass. They allow you to rent carts and even clubs if you don’t have your own, and they remain open from April 1 to October 31 every year.

This course was also voted one of the top golf courses in Wisconsin by Golf Advisor in 2017, and you can enjoy a grill, restaurant, and an amazing clubhouse every time you visit them. Golfers love this course, and it doesn’t take long to figure out why.

Golf Course Information:

Mascoutin Golf Club – Red/White Courses (Berlin)
W1635 County Trunk A Berlin
WI 54923
Telephone:(920) 361-2360
www.mascoutingolf.com


8. Oakgreen Golf Course – Par 3 (Fond du Lac)

This is a nine-hole par 27 public golf course that offers 1,007 yards of golfing opportunity. It is open from April 1 to November 1 each year, and it has been around since 1981.

You can walk the course if you like or rent a cart to make it easier on yourself, and you can even rent a set of clubs if you don’t own a set yourself.

There is a driving range and putting green for you to practice on, and it is a very fun, well-maintained course that you’ll love visiting time and time again.

With luscious full-grown trees and lots of ways to enjoy all nine holes, this is one course you’ll never forget because it is that unique.

Golf Course Information:

Oakgreen Golf Course – Par 3 (Fond du Lac)
N7405 N Pioneer Rd, Fond du Lac
WI 54937
Telephone: 920-922-2273
oakgreengolfcourse.com


9.Old Hickory Country Club (Beaver Dam)

A beautiful hilly course with a lot of trees and equal amounts of ambiance, this country club is great for both beginning golfers and those who have been playing a very long time.

This par 72 course provides more than 6,700 yards of greenery and several challenges that make the game a lot more fun, including 30 bunkers and subtle but tricky contours.

It was built in 1920 and designed by Tom Bendelow, and you get access to both a teaching pro and a golfing academy in case you’re interested in perfecting your golfing skills.

Finally, you can enjoy other activities if you ever decide to take a break from playing golf, including billiards and swimming.

Golf Course Information:

Old Hickory Country Club (Beaver Dam)
1904 Old Hickory Blvd, Old Hickory
TN 37138
Telephone: 615-847-3966

www.iamoldhickory.com


10. Pine Trail Golf Club (Portage)

This nine-hole public golf course offers 3,017 yards of lush greenery to play on. Built in 1978, it contains lovely blue grass on the fairways and bent grass on the greens, and it is open from April 1 to November 1.

Golfers especially love the pace and the friendliness of the staff, and of course, the fact that the club takes such good care of the course.

This is a great course for beginners, although more experienced players will also enjoy it. It offers a great value for the money, and you’ll love the ambiance it gives off every time you play there.

Golf Course Information:

Pine Trail Golf Club (Portage)
100 Saddle Ridge, Portage

Wisconsin 53901
Telephone: (608) 742-2181


11. Rock River Country Club (Waupun)

Rock River Country Club (Waupun)

The golf course at this country club is gorgeous, as is the clubhouse with its elegant-looking pond.

This 18-hole course is private and has a links-style design, and it provides 6,819 yards of luscious greenery to enjoy. It started out as a nine-hole course in the 1920s but has expanded to 18 holes since then.

The location is a wooded one, and the 29 sand traps make the course very interesting indeed. Beautiful blue grass covers both the fairways and the greens, and the course is open 12 months a year.

Golf Advisor voted it one of Wisconsin’s best golf courses in 2015, and it has a bar and grill and a great clubhouse you can enjoy once your game is complete.

Golf Course Information:

Rock River Country Club (Waupun)
700 County Park Rd, Waupun

WI 53963
Telephone:920-324-2621
rockgolfclub.com

12. Rolling Meadows Golf Course – White/Blue Courses (Fond du Lac)

This 18-hole golf course offers something for both beginning players and golfers who have been playing for many years.

With hybrid blue grass on the fairways and bent grass on the greens, it is a stunning course that everyone will enjoy playing on.

You can rent both carts and clubs if you need them, and if you’d like to practice some before hitting the links, you can take advantage of their driving range and putting green.

There is a bar and grill and a full-service restaurant on the grounds, as well as lockers and a great clubhouse for relaxing after your game is complete.

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Golf Course Information:

Rolling Meadows Golf Course – White/Blue Courses (Fond du Lac)
560 W Rolling Meadows Dr, Fond du Lac

WI 54935

Telephone:920-929-3735

www.rollingmeadowsgolfcourse.com


13. Westhaven Golf Club (Oshkosh)

A par 70 public golf course, the Westhaven provides 6,067 yards of golfing opportunity and is open from April 1 to November 1.

It was built in 1968 and has fairways covered in blue grass and greens covered in bent grass. You can rent carts, pull-carts, and even a set of clubs if you don’t have your own, and they even have a pro on staff in case you’d like to take advantage of a few tips to help you improve your game.

Best of all, the facility has everything you need to make sure you are well taken care of, including a clubhouse, lockers, showers, a sauna, and a bar and restaurant, as well as banquet facilities should you ever need them.

Golf Course Information:

Westhaven Golf Club (Oshkosh)
1400 S Westhaven Dr, Oshkosh
WI 54904
Telephone: 920-233-4640

westhavengolfclub.com

14.Whispering Springs Golf Club (Fond du Lac)

With lots of trees and water, this golf course offers a gorgeous view that you won’t soon forget.

This par 72 course is part flat, part hilly, but 100% beautiful because it sits up and overlooks the city of Fond du Lac. No two holes will look alike thanks to the variety in landscapes, and its five sets of tees make for some interesting challenges when you’re looking to improve your golfing skills.

It is open from April 1 to November 1 and has been around since 1996. You can rent carts and clubs if you like, and you even get access to a putting green and driving range in case you’d like to get in a little practice time first.

Golf Course Information:

Whispering Springs Golf Club (Fond du Lac)
380 Whispering Springs Dr, Fond du Lac
WI 54937
Telephone:920-921-8053
whisperingspringsgolf.com


15.White Lake Country Club (Montello)

15.	White Lake Country Club (Montello)

This par 72 resort-type golf course was built in 1986 and designed by the University of Wisconsin. It features blue grass on the fairways and bent grass on the greens, and it is open from April 1 to November 1.

They rent carts and even clubs if you don’t have any of your own, and you can also walk the course if you’re not into riding around in a cart.

The view is stunning regardless of which hole you’re on because the course offers everything from small ponds to lots of mature trees and even occasional wildlife. This is one course you will certainly never forget.

Golf Course Information:

White Lake Country Club (Montello)
W1680 Country Club Dr, Montello 

Wisconsin 53949

Telephone: 608-297-2255
sondalleswhitelakegolf.com


Conclusion

The natural topography of Wisconsin means it is extremely easy designing golf courses that are beautiful as well as accommodating, and the fact that they come in such a variety of sizes and designs makes it even easier to find one you’ll love.

This is a great place to play golf for most of the year, so you’ll definitely get your money’s worth every time.

In addition, most of these courses have great websites that allow you to get updated information any time you like, making it a lot easier to plan your trip there. Whether you’re a resident or a visitor on vacation, you can easily find a great golf course to enjoy every time.



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