Wisconsin Golf Guide

Wisconsin By The Numbers

582 courses | 15340 reviews

Wisconsin Review Stats

Average Rating

4.1
4.1
Total 15340 Reviews

Rating Breakdown

Reviews
4-5 Stars
254
3-4 Stars
80
2-3 Stars
15
1-2 Stars
7
N/A
163
Avg. Course Layout
4.2
Avg. Off-Course Amenities
3.9
Avg. Value for the Money
4.3
Avg. Pace of Play
4.3
Avg. Staff Friendliness
4.4
Avg. Course Conditions
4.0

Featured Wisconsin Destinations

Courses: 97
Reviews: 3489
Golfers have long seen Milwaukee as little more than a waypoint between home and Destination Kohler, the legendary modern golf resort an hour north of town that is home to Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits. But Cream City is more than just a travel hub. With a metro-area population of more than 1.5 million, it is a vibrant city with plenty to do both on and off the course.

Spotlight

Featured Courses Top Rated Courses
Top Rated Courses ()
Nekoosa, Wisconsin
Resort
4.9934588235
24
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Public
4.9732588235
25
Erin, Wisconsin
Public
4.9640470588
44
Kohler, Wisconsin
Resort
4.9264705882
10
Kohler, Wisconsin
Resort
4.8851588235
20
Nekoosa, Wisconsin
Resort
4.8783411765
31
Campbellsport, Wisconsin
Public
4.8714764706
51
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Public
4.8571
14
Arcadia, Wisconsin
Public
4.85185
11
De Pere, Wisconsin
Public
4.8516588235
215
Recently Reviewed Courses
Recently Reviewed Courses ()
Genoa City, Wisconsin
Semi-Private/Resort
4.1856294118
54
Delavan, Wisconsin
Resort
4.4543117647
326
Appleton, Wisconsin
Public
4.3384
87
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin
Public
4.6999647059
132
Beloit, Wisconsin
Public
4.4011470588
188
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Semi-Private/Resort
4.7287470588
63
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Semi-Private/Resort
4.6779764706
93
Waterford, Wisconsin
Semi-Private
4.0387058824
253
Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
Public/Resort
4.3006764706
105
Avalon, Wisconsin
Public
4.4599588235
197

Wisconsin Golf Courses By Location

Wisconsin Golf Resorts

  • Washington, Wisconsin
    Deer Run Golf Course & Resort is located on the 22-acre Washington Island five miles off the tip of the Door Peninsula, reachable only by ferry. The nine-hole course is guarded by plenty of traps and one large water hazard. The motel units have been refurbished with flat screens and new furnishings. Or you can upgrade by renting the two-bedroom…
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