Wisconsin Golf

Dubbed as “America’s Dairyland”, Wisconsin is a U.S. state that serves as the dairy heritage of the nation. The state also holds 2 Great Lakes as well as the thousands of waterways and inland lakes. The southern portion is home to the urban and agricultural areas, the northern half has the rural and forested areas, and the central region serves as the transition zone comprised of small cities, forests, and farm lands. Since the tourism sector is among the state’s largest industries, Wisconsin offers the best all-season recreational opportunities. The state also takes pride on the array of parks including the Noah’s Ark in Wisconsin Dells that is considered as “America’s largest Waterpark”. Along with the many other tourists’ all-time favorites are the manicured championship golf courses that were professionally designed by legendary golf icons. These courses have all ranked among the U.S. finest and have received citations from credible publications. In order to spend an exciting vacation away from the busy “city life”, guests can tag along the entire family and purchase golf vacation packages that will suit their preferences and budget.

Whistling Straits

Whistling Straits is a complex that has been associated with the luxury resort known as The American Club. The property, located in Haven which is north of Sheboygan, is owned by a Kohler Company subsidiary. It owns a Kohler postal address since the promotional materials are within Kohler. Along with the Blackwolf run, Whistling Straits has been renowned for being home to several PGA Championships. Set in a 560-acre of flat land, this Pete Dye masterpiece offers the rugged, open, and windswept terrains along the Michigan Lake shoreline. Golfers can also encounter the 4 meandering streams together with the grasslands-and-dunes features all set in a tranquil landscape.


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