Wisconsin residents can not only play golf now; in many places they can finally practice as well.
A Wisconsin native and longtime newspaperman, Dennis has been writing about golf for more than 20 years. When not profiling golf's colorful characters or the courses they play, he can usually be found golfing at beautiful Apostle Highlands GC in Bayfield.
How’s this for a turnabout? Instead of telling golfers what it will cost to play a round of golf, which is the normal course of business, The …
Across the state caddie programs are in limbo, caught up in the uncertainty that surrounds so many aspects of life in a time of strict social distancing. No one interviewed for this story suggested that caddie programs would not return – someday – but nearly everyone agreed they will be different, even in ways they are still struggling to understand.
The lawyer overseeing the bankruptcy of The Bull at Pinehurst Farms told a federal judge Friday that two parties have indicated an interest in making an offer to buy the financially troubled golf course. However, Virginia George, who was appointed as trustee by the bankruptcy court, said neither party has so far submitted a written offer.
Your golf course has been closed for nine months, the victim of a vicious summer tornado. So open for business Friday like so many other courses in Wisconsin? Why not? Suddenly, and ironically, The Creeks at Ivy Acres in Hortonville can comply with all the new rules of golf.
Many, perhaps most, golf courses across Wisconsin are opening this weekend, fingers crossed that a season that begins under the dark cloud of a deadly pandemic will still yield enough play to allow course operators to stay in business. Not all course owners are even that hopeful.
In a surprising late development, Milwaukee businessman Scott Molitor has withdrawn his offer to purchase The Bull at Pinehurst Farms, leaving…
Wisconsin and Michigan are widely recognized as boasting courses that are magnets for out-of-state players, and Minnesota has its share of tra…
With golf courses in Dunn County getting special permission from local officials to remain open during Gov. Tony Evers' safer-at-home directive, the Menomonie Golf and Country Club in western Wisconsin has generated plenty of reaction.
Despite Gov. Tony Evers’ safer-at-home order that appeared to include golf courses as non-essential businesses that must close to help thwart …