SentryWorld Sports Center
SentryWorld is unquestionably the premier sports complex in Central Wisconsin offering outstanding golf, tennis and dining facilities (PJ's) to the general public. The 276-acre complex contains an 18-hole championship golf course, 6 indoor tennis courts, 6 outdoor tennis courts, golf driving range and practice putting green, a pro-shop, restaurant, and private dining area. Accommodations for meeting groups of all sizes. An iconic Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course with a rich history, SentryWorld blazed the trail as Wisconsin’s first destination golf course. Owned and operated by Sentry Insurance and created through the vision of its then CEO John Joanis, the inaugural round was played on June 13, 1982 and the course quickly became famous for its world-class caliber and stunning signature “flower hole.” In 2013, the 200-acre course underwent a major renovation, seeing upgrades, improvements and changes to everything from its layout, greens, grasses and bunkers to its irrigation system, water features and even the onsite sports complex. Sentry Insurance is proud to have renewed its commitment to the community by investing in this renovation, to have SentryWorld bloom again.
Hours of Operation
Gold (seasonal) Call for Tee- Times. Pro Shop, Restaurant and Tennis available year round.
Located just off I-39 at exit 161.
- 18 holes
On-Site Golf Amenities
- Dining Facilities
Articles: SentryWorld Sports Center
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