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Sand Valley is a big addition to the Wisconsin public golf scene.
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Wisconsin has become a nationally-known golf destination thanks to hosting the PGA Championship, U.S. Open and 2020 Ryder Cup.
Wisconsin has emerged as a golf trip worthy of a national audience and features PGA Championship, U.S. Open and Ryder Cup venues. From Kohler to Sand Valley, here is how to make the most of your trip to the state.
Scotland. Ireland. Oregon. Wisconsin? A while ago, this would have been an easy “one of these things is not like the other” exercise. But in the last few years, Wisconsin has enjoyed bigger gains in reputation as a golf destination than practically any place in the world.
Sand Valley's second 18-hole course, Mammoth Dunes, is spread across 500 acres. Brad Klein on the ambitious and technical project in central Wisconsin.
Spotlight on a prolific, but lesser-known Golden Age design duo.
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.
Any avid golfer looking to plan a trip to one of America's coasts would be remiss to ignore Wisconsin's "East Coast" along Lake Michigan. Here's a week-long Wisconsin golf itinerary that won't disappoint.
Jason Scott Deegan shares his ultimate road trip for a week of golf in Wisconsin, which features Destination Kohler, Sand Valley and Erin Hills among others.
The June 2017 issue of Golf Odyssey has been published and can be accessed here.
The Wisconsin Dells is still a prime locale to spend a week with the family and not break the bank, even if you do want to play some outstanding golf while you're there.
Of Destination Kohler's, two - the Straits and Blackwolf Run's River - courses get most of the attention. But don't overlook their companion courses...
Whistling Straits, Destination Kohler continues to set the standard for bucket list golf in Wisconsin. Mike Bailey reports on his trip that included Blackwolf Run and the American Club.
Lake Geneva -- a small lakeside town in southern Wisconsin -- has always been "Chicago's playground." Chicagoans can hop in the car and within two hours be fishing or boating on one of the region's three major lakes or teeing it up on a scenic resort golf course kissing their shores. With top-notch golf -- Grand Geneva Resort & Spa and Geneva National, to name two -- resorts and restaurants, it's easy to see why Lake Geneva is a popular destination.
The Lake Geneva, Wisconsin area is known as Chicago's playground, although it's actually closer to Milwaukee. About an hour and a half north of the Windy City, Lake Geneva was founded by Chicago's wealthy families around 100 years ago. Narrowing down the best golf isn't easy, but here are five golf courses that won't do you wrong.
Recently, golfers have been flocking to Wisconsin golf courses like Erin Hills like never before. Here's why you should join in.
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.
The April 2017 issue of Golf Odyssey has been published and can be accessed here.
The April 2018 issue of Golf Odyssey has been published and can be accessed here.
The May 2012 issue of Golf Odyssey has been published and can be accessed here.
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