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Nestled in the Wisconsin Kettle Moraine region, this magnificent minimalist championship course also offers a variety of lodging and first-rate dining options. Located just 35 miles from downtown Milwaukee, Erin Hills provides an escape for the avid golfer looking for just one round or a complete overnight stay with two rounds. In 2017, Erin Hills hosted the U.S. Open.
Located just outside of Titletown in northeast Wisconsin, Thornberry Creek at Oneida offers 27 holes of championship golf at its finest. Host of the 2019 Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Tournament, Thornberry Creek at Oneida is also the official golf course of the Green Bay Packers. Our Green Bay area golf course is known for its sloping hills and graceful scenery, offering lush photographic opportunities for both informal and formal events.
In addition to offering challenging golf, our northeast Wisconsin golf course has a sports pub, restaurant, and a 300-person ballroom space. For all your needs, from golf and hospitality to event spaces and intimate dining, Thornberry Creek has you covered.
Arguably the greatest championship course in the United States, The Straits® at Whistling Straits has hosted the 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships, the 2007 U.S. Senior Open, and is the site of the 2020 Ryder Cup in 2021. Sculpted along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Whistling Straits is a stunning tribute to the raw landscapes of Ireland. Here, golfers enjoy Pete Dye's masterpiece on two world-class 18-hole courses - The Straits and The Irish.
SentryWorld is Wisconsin's premier parkland golf course. An iconic Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed course with a rich history, SentryWorld blazed the trail as Wisconsin's first destination golf course. Currently rated #50 on Golf Digest's "Top 100 Greatest Public Courses" list. SentryWorld will host the U.S. Senior Open in 2023. Stay onsite at The Inn at SentryWorld for a memorable, first-class Stay and Play experience.