Cherry Hills Golf & Lodge
About Cherry Hills Golf & LodgeThe Cherry Hills Golf & Lodge in Sturgeon Bay is a golf getaway in Wisconsin’s Door County. The onsite lodge provides a complimentary continental breakfast to start the day right. The bar and grill features a pool table, dart board and other games. All rooms are smoke-free and pet-free with balconies or a walk-out patio. Guests enjoy discounted golf with cart. The 6,204-yard course rides the natural hills of one of Wisconsin’s most popular vacation regions. Its green complexes will test even the best of players, yet are still playable for beginners.
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I would not recommend walking this course, There are plenty of hills and a lot of real estate between holes.
Excellent customer service
The staff at Cherry Hills showed our group excellent customer service all afternoon long. We had a great time. Thank you!
I enjoyed my first 18 hole round at Cherry Hills. Staff had cart out and ready for me when I arrived. Had a friendly chat from the balcony. I played late morning and traffic was light on the course, allowing for a quick round. Fairways are fairly wide and forgiving for your tee shot. Some green and pin locations made for some challenging shots in. It was a little windy and cool. Course was in good shape for the early season. Good value for the money.
Fastest greens on this side of the Mississippi. If you tap that ball it’ll roll right off the other side.
Was a golf course that wasn’t anything special carved out of a farmers field price was cheap so that’s why I tried course
As my playing partner called the course. This was the first time he had played it, but after he had tries 3 or 4 putts he called the greens . . . . Rolling Greens.
Even after a great deal of rain (2 to 3 inches) the majority of the course was still playable.
The course has large greens that are very challenging based on the pin placements.
They have used the terrain of the course to the best advantage. While you can walk the course I would not recommend this, it's VERY hilly and spread out (operating on both sides of the road).
The course is kept in good shape by the "grounds crew".
The greens can be difficult because of their crowns, and the flag placements.
(I'm currently visiting this location in Wisconsin).
I played Cherry Hills last year and enjoyed the layout, with several very interesting and fun holes, but the greens were badly damaged by winter kill. This year the greens are in great shape, with a few of them very challenging. The grass in the rough is a little thin. but the fairways are very good. I love how the character of the course changes several times through 18 holes, to keep things interesting and keep you on your toes. We will be back.
Have golfed this coarse for 20 plus years and now that it's under new ownership it is in the best condition I've ever golfed it. Cart paths need a little work yet but fairways and greens are in great shape
The course is very rough with little or no attention other than grass cutting. I could live with that if the pace of play was at least reasonable. 5 hours is just too long and too painful.
My husband & I golf this course a lot, good price, course is challenging. Every year see more improvements to the course.
US Open Rough. 2.0 stimpmeter greens.
First of all, the gentleman at the pro shop counter was great. The course, not so great. Needs better signage between greens and tees. The rough was so long that it was really difficult to find a ball. When you did, it wrecks your wrist and hands to get out of it. I know what you’ll say, stay out of the rough. Not so easy when most fairways are 20 yards wide. When you do get on the green, use a 4 iron instead of your putter. I hit a 20 foot putt that went 10 feet and I hit it hard. This course has great potential. It just needs someone to mow the grass now and then.
If you are looking for a ball placement course where you have to think your way around, where you have to shape your shots, use the slopes to your advantage, and adjust to elevation changes, this is one for you. Now that I have the first experience under my belt, I will know better next time how to navigate. The course is being rehabilitated under new management and they are desperate for some rain, the all day, all night soaker. There is only so much sprinklers can do and the grounds team is not deliberately running it into the ground. Mother nature is avoiding this course at the moment.
Cherry Hills is one of the most interesting layouts I have played, with many thinking holes. There are more places that require a layup, either off the tee or on a second shot than so many courses that call for bombs away. The course conditions let down the layout. Weather has been dry, and it appears that there has not been enough watering to maintain conditions. A little TLC could make this a truly outstanding track.
Booked GolfNow Hot Deal. For $16 it was worth it. Glad I was following someone. Course was poorly marked and hard to find some tee boxes. Greens and tee boxes nice, fairways poor.
Super dry! Conditions! Hard to manage! Tee boxes poor! Back hurts very bumpy Catt paths!