When he teed off for a round of golf in Fairbanks, Alaska, this month, Neeb had finally reached the goal he had mapped out some 12 years ago — he had played golf in all 50 states.
While there’s no doubt that all of the events surrounding the eclipse will be enjoyable, what better place to view this once-in-a-lifetime-wonder than from a golf course! And throughout Jackson and Williamson counties there are several to choose from.
While most courses with caddie programs charge a fee for bag toters and expect a gratuity to be paid on top of that, at SentryWorld there is simply the strong encouragement to tip.
We caught up with Mike Keiser Jr., who is managing the development, to check in on the project.
When the gaze of the golf world is cast on little Erin, Wisconsin, for this year’s U.S. Open, more than a few Irish eyes will be smiling.
When the urge to savor sunshine and seashells, to dig my toes into sandy beaches and, of course, to play a little golf proved too much to ignore, this Bayfield resident went another direction – 1,500 miles south to other islands, Sanibel and Captiva in southern Florida
Trempealeau Mountain GC in Trempealeau, Kilkarney Hills GC in River Falls, Hickory Hills GC in Eau Claire, Rolling Meadows GC in Fond du Lac, Mascoutin GC in Berlin and The Ridges GC in Wisconsin Rapids were among the golf courses planning to open at least part of their courses this week.
Muskego Lakes CC, Bridges GC in Madison, Evergreen CC in Elkhorn, Ives Grove GL near Racine, Scenic View CC in Slinger and Spring Valley CC near Kenosha are among the first Wisconsin courses to announce plans to open for play and others soon join them.
As the city gets set to host the PGA Tour this month and the LPGA Tour in March, San Diego spends the rest of the year helping golf-thirsty visitors balance their beers and birdies.
The Pete Dye layout along the shoreline of Lake Michigan was one of our Wisconsin courses ranked in the 2017-18 list.
Construction on its clubhouse is expected to be done in early summer while the final 12 holes on Course 2, designed by David Kidd, will be seeded this spring.
Founding members of central Wisconsin's newest golf destination have taken to the first of at least three courses in Mike Keiser's world-class facility. The layout designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw is scheduled to open to the public in 2017.
The trail will be a collection of 10 area courses working together to create the Lake Geneva Area Golf Passport, offering discounts and promotions at area facilities.