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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Stevens Point Country Club -- Tree-lined, 'honest' course
Review by: Anonymous This course is a tree-lined, old course that doesn't pull any 'cutesy' gimmicks. It is pretty much straight and reasonably flat. It is a pleasure to play a course that you don't have to worry if you'll get a flat lie on the fairway. The fairways can be immaculate, like playing on carpet. The tall pine trees lining the fairways usually offer some type of recovery shot, if necessary, with few lost balls. The greens are relatively average, all single tiered. The staff is very accomodating and the course is rarely crowded. Membership rates are the lowest I've seen on courses of this caliber. A gem of a course!!
From WI