Pigeon Run/Berms at Sheboygan Town & Country Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||5055 yards||68.3||113|
|Blue M: 69.1/118||183||354||331||364||187||471||374||474||171||2909||326||549||160||364||167||390||361||476||356||3149||6058|
|White M: 67.0/114 W: 71.9/121||173||344||286||353||162||459||367||442||146||2732||321||528||144||354||163||392||364||473||352||3091||5823|
|Red M: 64.7/109 W: 69.0/114||163||334||282||312||155||418||272||389||142||2467||315||430||138||260||149||384||353||383||341||2753||5220|
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Same Thing on Repeat
I played the Pigeon and Berm nines and was left without seeing anything that made this course standout. The holes were very repetitive without almost every green being elevated and small so you were hitting the same shots and chips over and over again. There were a handful of intriguing shots, but not many intriguing holes. The course was very wet in the low spots as drainage is a challenge and the greens were slow and bumpy. It would be a good course to go with buddies and toss a few cold ones back, but lacks much interest from a golfing perspective.
Two different layouts, the berms has few hazards, Riverwoods you seem to be crossing the river on over half the holes. Payable and enjoyable.