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Tee it up in Scenic Wisconsin

Make the most of your travels through the Badger State bring your golf sticks along with you for the ride. Wisconsin has over 500 public golf courses designed by champions like Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus and have hosted numerous major tournaments, including the 2017 U.S. Open, Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic and PGA Champions Tour American Family Insurance Championship.

Head for Black River Falls in southern Wisconsin and tee it up at the Skyline Golf Course. Opened in 1957, Skyline Golf Course plays to a par of 72 across its 18 holes. Playing a length of 6,371 yards from the back tees, this course if fun, yet challenging to play. It has a course rating of 70.6, and a slope rating of 123. It is open to the public and features a range with 8 hitting bays.

One of the most scenic golf courses in Wisconsin is Alpine Golf Course. Located on the Door Peninsula, this 36-hole golf course offers breathtaking views of the bay, majestic bluffs, and challenging glacier-carved hazards. Facilities include a bar and grill, putting green, practice range, and waterfront restaurant.

Skyline Golf Course

Make the most of your next visit to Wisconsin by bringing your clubs along for the trip. Head for Black River Falls in southern Wisconsin, and play 18 impressive holes at the Skyline Golf Course. You'll find this course northwest of downtown Black River Falls.

Opened in 1957, Skyline Golf Course plays to a par of 72 across its 18 holes. Featuring a max length of 6,371 yards from the back tees, this course will yield a fun and entertaining challenge. It has a course rating of 70.6, and a slope rating of 123. It is open to the public and features an 8-stall driving range.