New Berlin Hills
Established in 1907, New Berlin Hills Golf Course is continually recognized as one of the premier Milwaukee golf courses.
This 18-hole public golf facility in Southeastern Wisconsin, located eight miles west of downtown Milwaukee, has become one of the well known among local golfers for its fast and challenging greens, excellent course conditions and quality customer service.
New Berlin Hills has hosted several state tournaments and has served as one of the qualifying Milwaukee Wisconsin golf courses for the PGA Tour’s Greater Milwaukee Open.
New Berlin Hills
13175 W Graham St
New Berlin, WI 53151
Shoop Park Golf Course is one of the few golf course situated directly on the shores of Lake Michigan. With the water setting the eastern boundary of the course, the north end of the course lies in the shadow of the Wind Point Lighthouse. Visible from every hole on the course, the lighthouse guides ships to shore and golfers to the course.
The course, donated by Dr. Shoop was originally donated for the use of Junior golfers, evidence of which can still be seen today when Shoop Park plays host to the annual junior golf academy. The cooling winds off the lake make Shoop Park a summer destination for golfers and photographers alike, looking to capture the natural beauty of the course.
Shoop Park Golf Course
4510 Lighthouse Dr.
Racine, WI 53402
Northwood Golf Club is carved out of ancient rocks, rolling hills and dense forests. Northwood opened for play in May 1989. Designed by Minneapolis golf course architect, Don Herfort, Northwood lies on a 260-acre parcel of land that nature did a great job of landscaping before he arrived.
To his credit he used the natural feeling of nature to create a golf masterpiece. Northwood is located just minutes away from 232 freshwater lakes, the Pelican and Wisconsin Rivers, modern accommodations and fine dining. Experience the thrill of playing a course that the WSGA rated 5th in Wisconsin from 1989-1994.
Northwood Golf Club
3131 Golf Course Rd
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Johnson Park Golf Course is the leader in Racine County golf when it comes to course conditions and design. All 18 holes of golf are meticulously and carefully maintained, guaranteeing a pleasurable golf experience regardless of your final score.
Johnson Park boasts some of the most beautiful holes in Racine County, bordering the Root River winding through the thick woods surrounding the course making it a destination for golfers from all over Southeastern Wisconsin. While still catering to public golfers, Johnson Park also hosts numerous tournaments including the Wisconsin PGA Junior Tour, Racine Tri-Course, and the prestigious Junior Masters. Johnson Park is a must play for players of all abilities.
Johnson Park Golf Course
6200 Northwestern Ave.
Racine, WI 53406
Washington Park Golf Course is the oldest golf course on record still within the city limits of any city in the State of Wisconsin. Generations of Racine golfers have considered Washington Park their home course giving it the “old” golf course feel. Washington Park will be celebrating 100 years of play in 2019. Come play this City of Racine classic.
Washington Park Golf Course
2801 12th St.
Racine, WI 53403