Wanaki Golf Course
|Red (W)||70||5013 yards||69.2||116|
|Blue M: 71.4/127||440||440||224||386||316||185||507||325||569||3392||386||369||221||379||386||500||164||543||220||3168||6560|
|White M: 69.6/123||402||425||171||366||298||169||491||310||549||3181||369||360||200||364||368||480||152||526||206||3025||6206|
|Gold M: 67.9/119||380||425||171||337||298||139||491||310||462||3013||369||360||146||364||368||391||152||526||137||2813||5826|
|Red W: 69.1/116||380||300||137||312||246||139||382||245||462||2603||307||284||146||300||298||391||109||438||137||2410||5013|
Big Flat Greens
I was looking for a golf course in the Menominee Falls area and decided to try this course as I'm familiar with Larry Packard and Bob Lohman courses so it wasn't much of a risk. We arrived with little time to practice, but they had a hitting net for free which was very useful. The Fox River is incorporated into several holes, but besides that woods and fairway bunkers are the main challenge. The greens were in great condition for mid April, but were very large and lacked much undulation...meaning they were pretty easy once you got it on. There were maybe 6 holes that demanded a precise tee shot or else you'd be dealing with lots of trees. Front 9 more interesting than the back, but the best hole was probably the par 5 15th. Dog leg left tee shot with an approachable green over the creek for the second. Playing from the white tees will result in some long par 3's. I don't think I used less than 7 iron. In summary, a good place to knock the white ball around.