Burlington Wisconsin Golf Courses

Brown's Lake Golf Course

Featured Golf Course Review:
Brown's Lake Golf Course -- A test for your approach shot
Review by: Steve The only thing that I do not like about this course is the first four holes are really close together and you hear "fore" quite a bit. Other than that, the greens are really small, but nice greens, make it a test to hit in regulation. Tree lined holes makes it necessary to be in the middle off of the tee. There are a few blind shots to make and bring your skeeter repellant due to the river. There is a nice par 3 on the back nine over the river and hole number 16 is a tough green to hit as it is elevated a fair amount. Remember that small greens means shorter putts:)
From Burlington, Wi USA

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Merrill Golf Club -- Beautiful golf for a modest penny
Review by: Anonymous I live in central wisconsin and have played most of the courses around. Merrill is definately my choice course... it's extreemly well tended, designed well in a beautiful setting, and very modestly priced. The putting/chipping green is large and in excellent condition. It's a friendly, relaxed place without snobs and jerks. There's also a good restaurant at the clubhouse. This course is definately the pride of Merrill. If you get a chance, come and shoot a round. If you only have time for 9, take the front. It's older and has a little more character and challenge than the flatter, more open back. But all 18 holes have their merrit.
From Wausau, WI