Top Wisconsin Golf Courses
Chula Vista Resort
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Chula Vista is home to Cold Water Canyon Golf Course, one of Wisconsin’s most historic golf courses and the highlight of your next trip to the Dells.
Cold Water Canyon is 18 challenging holes of golf nirvana! The traditional style front nine was built in 1923 and is full of historic charm, while the exciting new back nine features link-style hills, moguls, and bunkers that create secluded fairways that will absolutely blow you away. The lush greens, canyon fairways, and breathtaking views are perfect for players of any skill level, while the spacious luxury suites are the perfect place to recharge your batteries!
2501 River Rd, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
The resort overlooks the Wisconsin River and is a 7-minute drive from downtown Wisconsin Dells.
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Additional perks consist of a fitness center, arcade, and event space.close
Devil's Head Resort & Convention Center
Summer at Devil’s Head Resort is a premier Midwestern getaway. And golfing reigns supreme. The resort’s two championship courses are consistently named in the Top 25 Wisconsin Golf Course ratings.
In beautiful Sauk County, the Art Johnson designed courses at Devil’s Head Resort present challenges to all levels of golfers. The courses boast the best greens in Wisconsin. The Glacier Course is an 18-hole mountain course carved out of Baraboo Bluff. Golfers follow a series of elevation changes, narrow fairways, water hazards and amazing views. It’s hard not to admire the majestic scenery of the Glacier Course. The Prairie Glen Course is the newest championship course at Devil’s Head. Featuring island greens and Scottish links, this course tests your skills with its numerous water holes and sand traps. And whichever course you choose to play on (or both!), you’ll encounter frequent wildlife sightings as a part of your golf adventure. Devil’s Head offers guests exclusive golf packages and discounts that include unlimited golf – perfect for golf enthusiasts, business groups, weekend getaways and more! Spend your days on the course at this Midwestern getaway! Devil’s Head Resort is an ideal getaway for golfers offering two championship courses and plenty of thrills!
6330 Bluff Road, Merrimac, WI 53561
Merrimac’s population is 416.
Merrimac is the location of the Merrimac Ferry, a free ferry that crosses the Wisconsin River between Columbia and Sauk Counties.close
Spider Lake Golf Resort
The Hayward Lakes in Northwest Wisconsin are often called ‘Wisconsin’s Golf Capital’. And Spider Lake Golf Resort is the place to let yourself go and leave the rest behind.
Enjoy two beautifully groomed and manicured courses right at your front door. The casual Spider Lake Course features 9-holes meandering through the northern Wisconsin landscape. The more challenging Telemark Golf Course offers 18-holes of championship golf lined with forests, streams, cascading hills and ponds. This award-winning course may be challenging, but players of all skill levels will enjoy playing. Spider Lake’s full-service clubhouse’s practice facility includes a chipping area, driving range and putting green. And if you can’t rid yourself of golf, many of Spider Lake’s luxurious condominiums offer panoramic views of the course. Spider Lake Golf Resort offers excellent stay and play packages. In addition, the resort hosts men and women only golf nights perfect for golfing excursions with friends. Enjoy the beauty of Spider Lake and the Northwoods at Spider Lake Golf Resort and practice your swing at one of northern Wisconsin’s best golf courses.
11165 West Elaine Drive, Hayward, WI 54843
Hayward’s population is 2,129.
Al Capone had a hideaway retreat in the Hayward/Couderay area in the 1920s and 1930s.close
Coachman's Golf Resort
Come and enjoy 27 of the best holes of golf Wisconsin has to offer at Coachman’s Golf Resort!
Coachman’s courses are set along rolling hills and dotted with huge Oak and Willow trees, making you feel like you stepped into a painting and, for some reason, are playing golf in it. Sand is a huge part of the course here; “if you’re sitting on the beach in Wisconsin, you must be playing golf!” as the old saying goes. This makes the course difficult enough to frustrate experienced players, but also forgiving enough to encourage beginners. The course is constantly being updated and improved to reflect what guests think. And after you’ve played an exhaustively fun 18, head on into the resort for a delicious farm-fed meal and a cold beer. It’s not paradise; it’s Coachman’s.
984 County Road A, Edgerton, WI 53534
Coachman's has a new outdoor venue that can host up to 400 people!
The state bird of Wisconsin is the American Robin.close
Fox Hills Resort Golf Course
Enjoy a great game and so much more in Mishicot with Fox Hills Resort Golf Course.
Fox Hills Resort Golf Course in Mishicot, Wisconsin, offers you the ideal destination for your golf vacation. This beautiful 500 acre golf resort provides you with one of Northern Wisconsin's finest golf facilities. 45 holes of challenging golf, featuring The National Championship 18 hole Links course, await you. After a day on the green, enjoy comfortable lakeshore accommodations through the resort. Stop by The 19th Hole Bar & Grill, The Willowview Restaurant and Benchwarmers Sports Bar for a meal or a drink. Splash in the pool or soak in the hot tub to unwind. It's all waiting for you at Fox Hills Resort!
250 W. Church St. Mishicot, WI 54228
Fox Hills Resort offers dog-friendly accommodations, so even your furry friends can enjoy your golf vacation in Wisconsin!close
Grand Geneva Resort
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
As Geneva’s only Four-Diamond resort, the Grand Geneva Resort is a true luxury resort in this historic resort town. And situated across the resort’s seemingly endless acres are two serene championship courses enveloping the lush landscape.
Regarded as one of the top award winning resorts in the country and one of the top five northern US golf resorts by Conde Nast Traveler, Grand Geneva Resort is home to the Brute Course and the Highlands Course. The Brute is a magnificent 7,000-yard course featuring one of the most challenging layouts in the Midwest. The course is enhanced with 68 bunkers and large rolling greens and is considered one of Wisconsin’s best courses. The Highlands was originally designed by Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye and was updated by Bob Cupp and Bob Lohman. The full-service clubhouse offers a practice facility, club storage, learning center and the Links Bar &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Grill for after golf snacks and drinks. The Zagat Survey recently named the Brutes Course One of America’s Top Golf Courses of 2009-2010. Come play award winning golf at the Grand Geneva Resort and test your golf skills on 54 holes of championship golf!
7036 Grand Geneva Way, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
Lake Geneva’s elevation is 879 ft (268 m).
The Guns N Roses’ song ‘Paradise City’ is about the Playboy Club that once stood on Lake Geneva’s shores.close
Lakewoods Resort has been a premier Wisconsin resort for over 100 years. And this first-rate golf resort doesn’t just offer a championship 18-hole course, it offers a Northwoods adventure.
Designed by the famed Joel Goldstrand, the Forest Ridges Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole championship course lined with trees, wildlife and woodland ponds. With unique holes carved out into glacial terrain, the course is challenging but playable for golfers of every skill level. Built in the early 1990s, the course spans 6,066 yards with immediate cut and groomed roughs and water holes. The rolling terrain was created by glaciers years ago making the course one of the most beautiful in Wisconsin. The hills and slope challenges will tempt you to use every club in your bag. Forest Ridges also houses a teaching center, driving range, practice putting area and a full-service pro shop. For a convenient golf getaway, stay in one of Lakewoods Resort’s golf villas with spectacular views of the course! Whether traveling for a group outing, weekend getaway or just as an avid golfer, Forest Ridges is the course for you. Set in the beautiful Wisconsin Northwoods, the majestic course winds through the wilderness and offers panoramic views.
21540 County Road M, Cable, Wisconsin 54821
Cable’s population is 836.
Cable is best known as the starting point for the American Birkebeiner cross-country ski race and the end point of the Chequamegon Flat Tire Festival Mountain Bike race.close