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The Top 9 Best Golf Courses in Wisconsin

Wisconsin boasts over 500 golf courses, including some of the top-ranked courses in the country. With a variety of landscapes, from rolling hills to lakefront views, golfers can enjoy a unique and challenging experience on each course. The state also hosts several professional tournaments, including the PGA Championship and the U.S. Open. #golf #Wisconsin

  1. Blackwolf Run - Meadow Valleys Course

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    18-hole course designed by Pete Dye. Hosted 3 US Women's Opens. Features rolling terrain, streams, and mature trees.
  2. Blackwolf Run Golf Course

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    Hosted the U.S. Women's Open in 1998 and 2012, designed by Pete Dye, features two 18-hole courses.
  3. Erin Hills Golf Course

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    Hosted 2017 US Open, 7,800 yards long, designed by Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry, and Ron Whitten, located in the Midwest.
  4. Sand Valley Golf Resort

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    Sand Valley Golf Resort has three courses designed by renowned architects, including a top 100 course in the world.
  5. SentryWorld Golf Course

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    18-hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. Features a 3-acre putting course, driving range, and restaurant.
  6. The Golf Courses of Lawsonia

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    18-hole course designed by William Langford & Theodore Moreau. Ranked #2 in Wisconsin by Golf Digest. Features challenging greens & scenic views.
  7. University Ridge Golf Course

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    Home to the University of Wisconsin golf teams, this course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and features 18 holes and a driving range.
  8. Whistling Straits Golf Course

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    Hosted 3 PGA Championships, 1 Ryder Cup, and will host the 2020 Ryder Cup. Designed by Pete Dye, features 2 courses and 1,000+ bunkers.
  9. Wild Rock Golf Club

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    18-hole championship course designed by Hurdzan/Fry, featuring dramatic elevation changes, native grasses, and stunning rock formations.