Sheboygan County is gaining notoriety as a golf haven with its world renown, championship courses, a number of competitive, scenic courses, and several shorter courses that are fun for the family. With excellent lodging, dining and great courses that are an easy 5-15 minute drive apart, you can play a round of golf at ten different locations without a chance of getting hungry or thirsty! And, what a way to see this beautiful area. From its gorgeous, eastern shores on Lake Michigan to the spectacular, rolling, glacial terrain on its western edge, you’ll see the most beautiful landscapes Wisconsin has to offer.
Save the long drive for the golf course. In Sheboygan County, more great golf is but a short putt away.
Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Quit Qui Oc Golf Club was established in 1927. Its 27-hole layout offers golfers of all abilities a unique and exciting experience. Family owned and operated for nearly 60 years, you will surely come to think of Quit-Qui-Oc as your home away from home. The golf course is very playable yet challenging enough for a sense of accomplishment. Set in the rolling hills of the beautiful Northern Kettle Moraine in the Village of Elkhart Lake, it offers some of the best vistas in Southeastern Wisconsin. Golf lessons are available from PGA and LPGA professionals. Stay in any of Elkhart Lake’s lakeside resorts or Bed and Breakfast Inns, and you’re just a few blocks from the course.
The 2004 and 2010 PGA Championships were held at Kohler’s Whistling Straits, and the tournament will return there in 2015. It hosted the U.S. Senior Open in 2007 and earned the privilege of hosting the Ryder Cup in 2020. The U.S. Women’s Open was held at Kohler’s Blackwolf Run in 1998 and 2012.
Blackwolf Run, Meadow Valleys Course, Hole #14 – Nature’s Course – Melded into a river basin formed by the flows of glacial runoff, Blackwolf Run opened for play in June of 1988 and was named that year’s “Best New Public Course” in the country by Golf Digest. Both the River and Meadow Valleys are regularly ranked in “America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses” by Golf Digest and the “Top 100 You Can Play” by GOLF Magazine. River and Meadow Valleys Courses.
Whistling Straits, Straits Course, Hole #7 – Shipwreck – A throwback to the raw freshness of Ireland sculpted into the Wisconsin coastline, Whistling Straits offers two courses which have hosted the PGA Championship, U.S. Senior Open and the Palmer Cup. Experience these two must-play courses – both ranked among the best in the United States. Straits and Irish Courses.
Evergreen Golf Course near downtown Plymouth is a casual, friendly 9-hole, short course and driving range. Perfect for beginners or those looking for an easy but pleasant 9-hole course for fun and exercise. Call 920-893-8822 for more information.
Sir Lanserlot Golf Club, LLC on Crystal Lake (County Road C) in rural Plymouth, is a public, family friendly, 18-hole course. It opens daily at 6 am and includes a Pro Shop, golf carts, and course outings. Enjoy a picnic. Gazebos and grills are available upon request. Call 920-892-4834 for more information.
Miller’s Glenn, a 9-hole “Heartland Hills” course at the Miller’s Glenn Golf Course facility in Howards Grove, WI, features 2,500 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 34. The course rating is 33.6 and it has a slope rating of 108. Designed by Dave Heling, the Heartland Hills golf course opened in 1990.
Riverdale Country Club opened in 1929. It is an 18 hole course located minutes south of Sheboygan’s city limits. This traditional layout can test players of all skill levels. The friendly, yet competitive design with attractive rates, is open to the public. Enjoy a variety of clubs, tournaments, leagues and golf instruction.
Town and Country Golf Course is home to one of the largest golf shops in the Midwest and a multiple Wisconsin PGA Merchandiser of the Year Award winner, Town and Country is made up of 27 championship golf holes. Reasonable daily rates as well as numerous league and membership opportunities.
Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin
Sunset Hills Golf Course & Driving Range is a fully irrigated, scenic par 3 course built by Ed Kirchenwitz, of Sheboygan, and Ron Krueger, of Sheboygan Falls. The course is located on the beautiful Sheboygan River which is visible from 8 of the 9 holes. Ed has designed some of the most highly regarded holes in the area. Holes 3 and 6 were selected by readers of the Sheboygan Press to the ‘Perfect 18 of Sheboygan County’ of 2003.
The Bull at Pinehurst Farms is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course in Wisconsin.The Bull is one of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Couses” and proud to be ranked by Golf Digest as the #70 Public Course in America for 2015-16.The Bull has hosted several major state tournaments over the years, including the WSGA State Amateur Championship in 2010, the Wisconsin Senior Open in 2012 and the Wisconsin State Open in 2014. The Bull also features Champions Restaurant and the Heritage House Event Center for banquets and large golf outings.