Brodhead Wisconsin Golf Courses

Decatur Lake Country Club


Featured Golf Course Review:
Decatur Lake Country Club -- Old to New
Review by: Anonymous This is a great course with reasonable rates. Its front nine is littered with oak groves on the last 4 holes, with the first four playing over/near the sugar river. Number one is about a 200 yard lay-up to the water, with a 50-75 yarder to the carpet. Their is another hole on the front, a Par 3 that plays over the water and over, around, or thru some trees-How ever you prefer to get there. The back is much newer than the front and has a totally different layout. It is wide open with some narrow fairways and a couple of long ones. The grass is a different kind(bent grass?) and is tight. It is a very well done nine with the greens and fairways always in good condition. One of the best courses within one hour of madison.
From Madison, WI

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Highland Ridge Golf Club -- Local enthusiast
Review by: R.E. Maes I have been playing golf in the Northeast Wisconsin area for over 30 years. I have played every course in the Green Bay/DePere area and most of the courses within 50 miles of Green Bay. I have played Highland Ridge every year since it opened with just 9 holes and watched the owners develop it into a truly enjoyable golf experience. Both the front and back nine offer a variety of challenges. There are no "easy" holes, and every hole has some sort of hazards. There is a good mix of tree, sand, water, and out of bounds hazard. The water is usually just a creek that you must cross, but these creeks vary in distance from the tees, so most golfers will be challenged with shot/club selection on at least one tee. Most holes have some degree of dog leg or at least a "bend." My favorite hole is #17, a picturesque, but challenging par 3 over a pond and waterfall. Highland Ridge is not the most or least difficult course in the area. It is a great course for starters or season golfers alike.
From Green Bay, WI USA




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