Blackwolf Run Golf Course

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    Every Corner of Wisconsin Has Golf for You

    Whether you’re searching in the northern, southern, eastern or western area of the state, you can find a fun, yet challenging, golf course perfect for your skill set. Read More
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    Wisconsin Golf Itinerary

    Golf like the pros on this Golf Wisconsin Tour where you will spend seven days golfing the best courses that the state has to offer. Golf at top courses like Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straights along the shore of Lake Michigan. Then eat like a champion by finishing off your days dining at five star restaurants. Read More
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    Golf Where the Pros Play

    When it comes to golf, in Wisconsin you can play where the pros play. While your score may turn out a little differently, you can still experience all of the top golf courses where the tournaments are held and the top golf pros have made some of the plays of their careers. Read More
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    Wisconsin Pro Golfer Sherri Steinhauer’s Favorite Badgerland Golf Courses

    We talked with Wisconsin pro golfer Sherri Steinhauer and asked her to recommend some of her favorite Wisconsin golf courses. Read More
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    18 Courses for Every Budget

    Regardless if your budget is “champagne and caviar” or “beer and brats,” Wisconsin has you covered with a top-notch golf course that will challenge your game. Read More
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    Classic Wisconsin Courses

    The list of high-profile public courses carved into Wisconsin?s golf landscape since 1980 is impressive. It includes Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run, The Bull, The Bog, Troy Burne, University Ridge, Trapper's Turn, SentryWorld, Horseshoe Bay and this year Northern Bay in Adams County, featuring replicas of some of the nation's greatest holes. Read More
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    Wisconsin's Harbor Towns

    Dotted along 1,100 miles of scenic coastline, Wisconsin's harbor towns have been welcoming visitors to their shores for more than 150 years. From sophisticated cities to quaint fishing villages, there’s a lot of variety in Wisconsin’s coast towns and a lot to discover. Read More