Dramatic view of Whistling Straits Golf Course and Lake Michigan, at Kohler, Wisconsi
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Wisconsin Triangle

During the Wisconsin golf triangle we will take you to the best courses, which earn their famed reputation due to the classic links style feel to their fairways. These include the famous Whistling Straits, Blackwolf Run and Erin Hills, plus more.

The Erin Hills course, situated north of Milwaukee, hosts the US Open Championship and features stunning countryside views. The most highly-regarded of the courses in Wisconsin is the Pete Dye designed Whistling Straits course, host of the PGA Championship and 2021 Ryder Cup. Pete Dye’s second course, Blackwolf Run, is another course in Kohler, Wisconsin and the second course in the American Club. Blackwolf Run also features two other courses, Meadow Valleys Course and the River Course, which feature a challenging combination to test your swing.

Not only is Wisconsin highly-regarded for its golf courses, it is also home to an abundance of restaurants, sights and accommodation options to define your trip. Our friendly representatives at Premier Golf can help to arrange the perfect tour and recommend the best places to spend your golf break. With several cities on the shore of Lake Michigan, you’re sure to experience breathtaking views while sipping wine or dining on top-quality food in the ‘Badger State.’

Blackwolf Run Golf course

Recommended Wisconsin Triangle Tour

Sample Itinerary:

Day 1

  • Arrive Milwaukee and drive to Erin Hills. Check in for a night to the private luxury cottages or resort rooms.
  • Optional golf at Erin Hills GC championship course, site of the 2017 US Open, the Kettle Loop short course or a putting contest on the Drumlin Putting Course.
  • Suggest dinner tonight in the charming Clubhouse or the Irish Pub, and remember to try the Cheese Curds!

Day 2

  • Golf on Erin Hills GC this morning with your included caddie (caddie tip extra – no carts), and check out.
  • Drive north to Sand Valley Resort and check in for 2 nights.
  • Afternoon consider playing the 17 hole short course named The Sandbox. Dine at The Mammoth Bar for family style Wisconsin favorites including brews from famous Leinenkugel’s or the treasured Spotted Cow beer from New Glarus, which is never sold outside the state of Wisconsin.

Day 3

  • Golf today with caddie on Sand Valley GC, the great Coore-Crenshaw design across the rolling sandy dunes. Make sure to have a drink post round at Craig’s Porch with views across the golf courses and hills.
  • Suggest dinner tonight at Aldo’s for a true farm-to-table dining experience.

Day 4

  • Golf (with caddies – no carts) this morning on Mammoth Dunes GC by David McLay Kidd, one of the most exhilarating golf courses built in the last 30 years and so much fun to play! Afternoon drive to Kohler and check in at the Inn on Woodlake (good!) or the 5-star American Club (best!). Keen golfers might want to make a stop at Lawsonia Links for an afternoon round on this #23 ranked course in North America (GOLF Magazine). First night dinner in Kohler is suggested at The Horse & Plow bistro pub.
  • Afternoon drive to Kohler and check in at the Inn on Woodlake (good!) or the 5-star American Club (best!). Keen golfers might want to make a stop at Lawsonia Links for an afternoon round on this #23 ranked course in North America (GOLF Magazine).
  • First night dinner in Kohler is suggested at The Horse & Plow bistro pub.

Day 5

  • Playing The Irish at Whistling Straits is a treat with carts or optional caddie. Enjoy this links-style Pete Dye courses that’s always in terrific condition!
  • This afternoon consider a visit to The Kohler Waters Spa and tonight dine in The Wisconsin Room or off campus at Lino Ristorante in Sheboygan.

Day 6

  • Blackwolf Run River GC hosted the 1988 and 2012 US Women’s Open and the challenging parkland layout is among our Premier Golf guests highest rated in the country.
  • Consider an afternoon tour of the amazing Kohler bathroom products factory, and we recommend dinner tonight at The Taverne on Woodlake or one of the golf clubhouse restaurants.

Day 7

  • Your last round will be on famed Whistling Straits, site of the 2021 Ryder Cup and three PGA Championships in 2004, 2010 and 2015. Walk these links overlooking Lake Michigan with your expert caddie and recall the great shots played in the Ryder Cup.
  • Final dinner tonight is suggested at the elegant Immigrant Restaurant inside The American Club.

Day 8

  • Check out and transfer about 1 hour to Milwaukee Airport. Optional golf can be added depending on flight times.

Key Features:

In very few places can you experience so many great courses in a relatively small geographic area, but Wisconsin has it all! Great resorts, world class golf courses, and the genuine Wisconsin people who welcome golfers every summer and share their famous local cheeses, beer and brats.

Blackwolf Run Accommodation

Tour Summary:

7 nights accommodation based on twin/double share 

6 rounds of golf 

Self Drive Automatic Rental Car or Transfers for groups

Sightseeing and restaurant recommendations 

All taxes and fees included

Whistling Straits Golf Course

Pricing:

TBD – coming soon for 2023

Blackwolf run golf course

Hogan’s Alley

“The beautiful summer months in Wisconsin are highlighted by major championship golf courses including Erin Hills and Whistling Straits, which are just a few of the bucket list courses in Wisconsin. Make sure to enjoy a brat at the turn and wash it down with a Spotted Cow beer, which in my book is the perfect halfway house meal.”

Bill Hogan, Business Development Manager, Premier Golf, is a GOLF Magazine World and USA Top 100 Panelist.

This Tour does not include Flights, Dinner reservations (these can be arranged by our concierge team) Caddies or Carts unless stated (these can be arranged by your sales agent)

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