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Play the best golf in the midwest

Wisconsin hosts a plethora of great golf courses and luxury destinations. Bordering two of the US’ great lakes, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior, abundant in woodland and countryside, Wisconsin is a nature lover’s paradise.

Home to more than 400 golf courses, Wisconsin caters for the perfect golf vacation, immerse yourself in picturesque landscapes and mid-west hospitality while teeing off.

“Wisconsin’s a special place.”

Brett Favre
Erin Hills Kohler

At Premier Golf, we can provide custom Wisconsin golf trips that are tailored to your preferences. Our representatives are well-versed in Wisconsin golf, and provide expert guidance and advice on the best courses to play during your trip. We will also recommend an abundance of activities and places to visit to ensure a memorable vacation.

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Adorned with natural wonders
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Home to more than 400 golf courses
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Great nightlife and social scenes
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Picturesque landscapes and views
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Best time to play golf: September to October

What Makes Golfing in Wisconsin Special?

Wisconsin is known for its food and drink scene, with its largest city, Milwaukee, being home to the headquarters of Miller Brewing Company – even the baseball team is named the Brewers. Wisconsin also has the nickname, ‘America’s Dairyland’, so if you’re a cheese fan, this is definitely a place to visit. You can also visit two of the world’s Great Lakes, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior, which border Wisconsin to the north and east.

Motorcycle fans unite as Milwaukee is the birthplace of Harley Davidson, and is home to the Harley Davidson museum, as well as a selection of other breweries that showcase its iconic beer brewing history. Milwaukee also has great lake access, as it sits right on the edge of Lake Michigan, so you can sample some famous Wisconsin beer, visit the Harley Davidson Museum, and end with a trip to Milwaukee’s famed coast.

Wisconsin has one of the best golfing locations in the US, proudly being the home of golf iconic Pete Dye courses, including the Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits in Kohler. Whistling Straits, often regarded as the best championship course in America, has played host to several PGA tours, the Senior Open, and the 2021 Ryder Cup tournament.

The Straits Course at Whistling Straits

The Best Golf in Wisconsin

Kohler Resort

Kohler may be a small village in Wisconsin, but it is home to two courses designed by Pete Dye, the Straits® and Blackwolf Run. Whistling Straits has hosted multiple tournaments, including the Ryder Cup and PGA Championships. Blackwolf Run also features the Meadow Valleys course, which offers beautiful views of Wisconsin’s countryside.

Whistling Straits Golf Course
Whistling Straits, Kohler

Wisconsin Triangle

Starting in Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Golf Triangle is certainly a golf trip to add to your bucket list, with courses including the famous Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run and Erin Hills.

Blackwold Run Golf Course
Blackwolf Run, Kohler

Geneva National Resort

Geneva National Resort & Club, situated in between Milwaukee and Chicago, lies within a picturesque lakeside setting with beautiful scenery surrounding the retreat. Containing three championship courses designed by golfing greats Arnold Palmer, Garry Player and Lee Trevino, the resort guarantees a world class golf experience.

Erin Hills Golf Course
Erin Hills, Wisconsin

Book a Golf Vacation to Wisconsin with Premier Golf

Founded in 1988, Premier Golf has decades of experience planning and organizing golf vacations. With Premier Golf, you can customize your golf trip and experience the best customer service and helpful advice from our team of representatives, who will ensure your trip runs smoothly and efficiently.

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Wisconsin Golf FAQs

Opening dates vary from one course to another across the state. We recommend planning a trip for any time between May to September.

According to the National Golf Foundation, there were about 532 golf courses in Wisconsin, ranking 10th in the nation for the highest number of courses.

There are no regular PGA Tour events held in Wisconsin. However Kohler’s Whistling Straits did host the 2021 Ryder Cup.

The peak golf season is usually from June to August when the weather is mild and pleasant, but it could be pricier and more crowded. The shoulder season of April to May and September to October can offer better rates but more variable weather and course conditions.

Wisconsin may not be a regular host of major golf tournaments. Still, it has hosted events that include the 2021 Ryder Cup, multiple PGA Championships, the 2017 US Open at Erin Hills, and the 2007 US Senior Open at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan.