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Central Wisconsin has always had great golf. The opening of Sand Valley and the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills has given it the buzz necessary to compete with the Midwest's other top destinations.
More than 36,000 flowers frame the famous 16th hole at SentryWorld, but the truth is the entire Robert Trent Jones Jr. course is worth the trip to central Wisconsin.
Original architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. was brought in to restore SentryWorld in Stevens Point to its place among the great public golf courses in Wisconsin, if not the entire Midwest.
Stevens Point Golf CoursesSentryWorld is the pinnacle of parkland golf. Redesigned in 2014, it combines the character and versatility of the country's finest modern courses with a welcoming atmosphere and stunning natural beauty. SentryWorld calls Stevens Point home a community known throughout the Midwest as a destination in its own right. Stevens Point is located in the center of the state, where fields meet forests and cool, calm lakes lie under open blue skies. The course reflects this landscape, providing players with gorgeous views at every turn from the spectacular fifth hole, a par five that hugs the shore of SentryWorld's big lake, to the legendary Flower Hole, where 33,000 flowers surround the gently sloping green. Through location and design, SentryWorld truly is a course within reach for golfers of all skill levels. It challenges low-handicap golfers with narrow corridors off the tee and looming fairway hazards. It also offers recreational players a friendly, inviting experience, with breathtaking views and countless opportunities to incorporate their preferred style of play. After you've golfed the day away, relax at a Stevens Point-area hotel. Customize your package with one, two, or three rounds of golf and a one- or two-night stay at your choice of five area hotels. Be our guest and book your stay.