Springtime = tee time in Wisconsin! Itching to get out and about and to see if you can finally achieve that Hole in One? These Whitewater and Jefferson area golf courses are exceptional options because they offer, not only everything beautiful about Wisconsin but also great experiences for any skill level. So grab your clubs and make a day trip out of it!
Located in the countryside of southern WI, Prairie Woods Golf Course in Avalon is “short, fun and forested.” This 18-hole course features old trees, hilly terrain, and ponds that offer a unique experience for golfers of all skill levels. Fun fact according to PGA Director of Golf, Jon Turner, “You don’t necessarily need a driver on every hole, but you have to hit it in the right spots.”
The beautiful Willow Brook Golf Course, located in Whitewater, WI, offers 9-holes with multiple tees for varying skill levels. At only 3,156 yards, it’s an easy walk, though there are carts available. Enjoy their full bar and food, too! A simple, straight-to-the-point course for a quick afternoon out.
A well-manicured course, Spring Creek Golf Center also offers 9-holes with tees for varying skill levels. The Whitewater Creek and natural ponds not only add to its beauty and charm but also offer a challenge on certain holes. Golf Range Magazine awarded Spring Creek as one of the top 12 par 3 courses in the US twice! This course is for you if you want to play around on the putting course or driving range before you work your way around the green!
W7670 Koshkonong Mounds Rd, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
Koshkonong Mounds Country Club
Tucked in the hills along the shore of Lake Koshkonong in Fort Atkinson, Koshkonong Mounds golf course offers an 18-hole experience with a fair amount of challenge: “a true, honest test for golfers of all abilities.” Go for the gorgeous views, stay for a good meal in their premier country club.
Jefferson Golf Course features picturesque rolling hills and two ponds for a good challenge whether playing 4, 9, 13, or 18 holes. They also offer a driving range! As a non-profit golf course, money goes back into creating a healthier course and making golf more accessible to everyone.
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