Wisconsin is home to some of the best golf courses in the country, with its rolling landscape and scenic views which make for challenging and beautiful courses for all skill levels, from beginners to professionals. We have gathered some ideas for tribal owned courses for golfers to check out this fall.
Big Fish Golf Course – Hayward, WI
This course is owned by the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, and blends the natural beauty with the beauty of the sport. The 18-hole course makes for a relaxing and memorable golf experience. The course was designed by renowned golf architect Pete Dye and offers a fun yet challenging round of golf in the Northwoods.
Thornberry Creek at Oneida – Oneida, WI
Owned by the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, Thornberry Creek’s course brings you through stunning forested areas, prairies and meadows, and along waterways. Thornberry Creek is home to 27 championship-level holes and this spectacular full-service course will challenge and excite golfers of all abilities.
Pine Hill Golf Course – Gresham, WI
Pine Hill Golf Course is owned by the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians. This 18-hole, tree lined course is carved out of the area’s gorgeous landscape and is nestled among the towering pines of the Northwoods. The course features a full-service driving range and putting green for guests to practice their skills. The fairways also feature ponds and a river, making it a gorgeous spot to fall in love with golf for the first time, or all over again.
We love helping listeners dream up their next Wisconsin adventure, but please call ahead to businesses and courses to check if their hours or offerings have changed, book your reservations, and learn what necessary health precautions are in place.
For more golf ideas and resources, visit TravelWisconsin.com or call 1-800-432-TRIP.