White Lake Beach Resort
About White Lake Beach ResortThe White Lake Beach Resort in central Wisconsin brings families, vacations and business associates together near 600 feet of private beach on the lakeshore. The resort is open seasonally from April through October. Although hotel rooms are available for nightly rental at any time, returning guests are given priority for the week-long bookings of the onsite cabins and apartments for annual vacations. New guests can book what’s left after January 10. Recreation revolves around the lake with boat rentals, including sailboats, paddleboats, fishing boats, pontoons and speedboats for tubing and waterskiing. The Sondalles Whitelake Golf Course across the street stretches to 6,304 yards, roaming through and around ponds, woods and hills.
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Relaxing and challenging course
My son and I played the course. It is a challenge for sure. Very scenic and saw a lot of wildlife that you don’t see where we are from. Liked it so much, we went back the next day and played it again. Pace of play was great and very friendly staff and other players we saw. Highly recommended!!!!!!!
Great value and enjoyed the variety of holes, no two were even close to alike. Pace of play was slow due to the group in front of us playing for world peace. Plan on returning in fall.
Great golf for the price. Excellent food.
This was our second time on this course. The staff was pleasant and accommodating both times. We had lunch both times and it was cheap for the quality of the food. We will definitely be back.
Great Hidden Course
This was the first time going here. The course is set back in the woods so trees are everywhere. I thought 3 of the 4 par 3s where challenging. However all the par 5 were not as much. Each one could be reachable in two by long hitters.
I would recommend going there and giving it a try.
The course is in the best shape it has ever been. New owner . Give it a try.
Picturesque Marquette County golf course, rolling hills, plenty of trees, blind pins, elevated pins, elevated t-boxes, dog legs both left and right all make the shorter par 4 course somewhat challenging. The fairways and greens are well kept and the contours add to the challenge. Deer, turkey and red fox all living on the course make for a great afternoon. When your done golfing, the food is fabulous and the staff will greet you with a smile.
pretty course grest potential,
some great holes beautiful course and area but the course was not mowed tee boxes 3-4 inches long, could not tell fair from rough, beautiful area, some attetion could be awesome , i had fun , but lost my ball a couple of time IN the fair way went right by it
New owners.course is in great shape.best greens around the area
A fun course
It is a beautiful course. Peacocks greet you driving into the golf course. There is level and then some hilly spots . It can be very challenging but that makes it even more fun because it is not overly challenging. The staff is very friendly and. Have a nice menu for lunch. Will do this again.september
THE COURSE IS FILLED WITH WILDLIFE
The course is in good shape. Some attention needs to be given to the t-boxes. They are abnormally long and tend to grab your club if you don't pay attention. My golfing buddy had a hard time teeing off because of this. Needless to say he was quite irritated and formed an immediate dislike for the course. The fairways also need attention, there is no discernable contrast between the fairway and first cut on some fairways. One last thing, the golf educate of some of the patrons needs to be addressed. We followed a couple foursomes that were obvously beginners and would not let us play through. It took 6 holes of excrutiating slow play to get thier attention. Other than that its a good course.