The course at Troy Burne Golf Club is a late 1990s golfing collaboration – designed by Dr Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, in conjunction with Tom Lehman – where water comes into play at no fewer than eight of the holes.
The 2012 U.S. Women’s Open was held at Blackwolf Run; the Championship course comprised the back nine of the Meadow Valleys layout (featuring water on the last three holes) plus holes 1-4 and 14-18 of the River course.
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.
Laid out in two returning loops of nine, the University Ridge Golf Course is a Robert Trent Jones Junior layout that has challenged golfers in the Madison area for more than two decades now.
William Langford and Theodore Moreau designed the original 9-hole course at West Bend Country Club in 1930. Thirty years would pass before an additional nine was appended to form a regulation 18-hole layout.
One of two 18-hole layouts built in the late 1960s at the Grand Geneva Resort, the Brute - as its name might suggest - is the longer and the tougher of the two tracks here.
The Bull at Pinehurst Farms in Sheboygan Falls is a Jack Nicklaus layout, the first Golden Bear design in the Badger State. It’s laid out around a residential development where water comes into play on each nine.
Opened in 1995, Green Bay Country Club offers members a number of sporting amenities including a swimming pool, tennis courts and a modern Dick Nugent-designed 18-hole golf course.
Routed around the meandering waters of Duck Creek, the fairways at Oneida Golf & Country Club were laid out by Stanley Pelcher – aided, some say, by Harry Colt’s design partner C. H. Alison – in 1928.
Laid out around an old stone quarry, Wild Rock Golf Club at the Wilderness has been described as “a wild ride, with sand and gravel mounds, boulder-strewn streams and staggering vistas”.