Pine Hills Country Club is set in 186 acres of undulating wooded terrain and has hosted numerous important tournaments since moving to the Sheboygan site in 1928, including U.S. Open Championship Local Qualifying.
With five par threes in play, the course measures a modest 6,481 yards from the back tees. The relatively small greens are the biggest challenge here, putting a real premium on accuracy of approach play.
Notable holes include the downhill par three 7th, where the raised green sits fifty yards behind the meandering Pidgeon River which wanders through the property, and the 400-yard 17th, featuring the same water course as it cuts diagonally across the fairway.
Drew Rogers was appointed as consulting architect for the club in 2020 and he has drawn up a list of course improvements for possible implementation in the short term, starting with the softening of the dogleg on the final hole through tree removal and definition of new mowing lines.