Erin Hills Golf Course

Erin Hills Golf Course rests on a 652-acre site in the small town of Erin, thirty-five miles northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Regarded by enthusiasts as one of the best natural sites for a golf course in the United States, Erin Hills has received the unprecedented honor of being awarded a future USGA sanctioned event - the 2008 Women’s Amateur Public Links - before the course has even been seeded.<br /><br /> Inspired by the classic Scottish and Irish courses that were once built by horse-drawn plows, Erin Hills is environmentally friendly, with very minimal land development aside from the course itself. The strikingly different holes are also highlighted by the majestic contours of the land that was naturally shaped by the glaciers thousands of years before. Little dirt was moved. The fairways and green sites remain virtually untouched, and dirt only needing to be moved on four of the course's nineteen holes. <br /><br /> In January of 2007, Golf Magazine rated Erin Hills..."Best New Course of the Year".


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