Fox Lake Golf Club
Fox Lake Golf Club originally opened in 1922 as a nine-hole course and it remained that way for over eight decades until in 2004, a second nine was added. Since there was such a large gap in between when the two nines were created, the course has an interesting character that combines both traditional and modern elements. There are several tough doglegs to contend with and they can be especially hard to maneuver on windy days. A few water hazards come into play in the form of ponds and a meandering stream that runs alongside some of the holes, including what is arguably the golf course's toughest. The par-4 eighth hole doglegs right with a narrow fairway and a small, undulating green. Those who play it smart will favor the left on their tee shot.
|Red (W)||72||5027 yards||67.6||110|
|Blue M: 70.5/117||370||336||512||164||511||178||367||338||326||3102||180||398||469||286||430||544||202||394||516||3419||6521|
|White M: 68.0/113 W: 73.4/122||365||293||471||143||478||168||304||302||320||2844||169||369||369||286||358||507||154||368||510||3090||5934|
|Yellow M: 63.3/103||314||293||412||143||432||143||265||301||279||2582||156||338||287||286||299||455||154||298||473||2746||5328|
|Red W: 67.6/110||299||213||407||120||427||143||260||294||274||2437||151||333||369||170||294||420||114||293||441||2585||5022|
Food & BeverageBar
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Banquet Facilities, Locker Rooms
We enjoy coming here because you get a mixture of tall grassland golf and wooded golf. Plus there par 5s are some of the toughest in the area.
The weather was great, which drew out many players so the course was very busy.
Course was over booked. Had a 45 minute wait from scheduled tee time before being able to get on the course. Foursomes took 4 carts because they didn’t want to sit together so other groups had to wait around for carts to become available.
Staff were extremely friendly, beverage girl was friendly and fun, and food was good.
Good course for the money. Will play again.
This is not my first round at this course. I played a few times last year and once this spring. So I am not a regular but I am a seasoned golfer. Today was unbearable. There was 2 groups of 3 that took 3 hours to play the front and did not let us play through when we caught them on one. We were the only players on the entire front nine. At the turn we went in for a drink and had to wait nearly 20 min and the horrible staff asked "do you want something" when she finally walked away from her friends and phone. Since the course was in good shape and the hot deal price was worth it i will try again to play here but if my experience is not outstanding I would never pay to play this course again.
Greens were in great shape for this time of year. Not a hard course but a fair one. It’s one of our favorite courses.
Great for the Price
Fox Lake does a great job of mixing a long grass course with a wooded course. It also has some tight fairways but also some that let you swing away. I enjoy making the drive up to the course.
Avoid this place
After playing the front nine, we arrived at the tenth tee to find a backup of 4 groups. The club had let 3 groups start on the tenth hole. There is no way that should happen. The people running the course should know better. I will tell people to avoid this course.
Great views. Decent course. Staff not wearing gloves or masks. Beverage cart servers not wearing gloves or masks, and preferred cash. Average greens. Biggest positive is the great scenery.
Fun Local Course
Used to be a 9 Hole course, but they added a second 9 in 2004. It's still very easy to distinguish the old 9 from the new 9 - one plays like a links-style course with fescue and the other like a municipal course with unkept rough and trees.
Lakeside views and a few holes give you a nice look at the water tower in the distance, sunset through the trees. Even the most basic of updates - new yardage stakes/markers, new flag sticks, hole signs - could make the course seem a lot more updated. It's otherwise a fun course to play if you're in the area and should be part of your Dodge Co./Green Lake tour of courses.
This course gets better each year as it matures. A fun course to play as it has few hazards and fairways are wide but some greens are small which makes hole more difficult. In good shape for this time of year.
I played this course trying to get one more round in before the really rough Wisconsin weather set in. Course was in good shape despite all of the October rain. Was a breather at times because the fescue that is normally over a foot tall had been mowed so I was able to rescue a few more shots than normal. I told myself it was a fair trade off for distance lost in 40* weather. Always a fun course with some risk reward action. The par fives are the real gem and a few dog legs keep it interesting. Par 3s could be more protected. Many holes can get difficult from the tips keeping it fun for all golfers.
We have golfed Fox Lake quite a few times and enjoy it very much.. The course is very fair to all types of golfers with 4 sets of tees..The course was in good condition considering the hot weather we have had.. The greens were in excellent shape.. Good value as well ..
Great golf course and staff!
Always enjoy playing at Fox Lake. Fun, challenging and the course is in great shape! The staff is awesome too! Highly recommend.