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Washington County Golf Course6439 Clover Rd
Hartford, WI 53027
Phone: (262)670-6616Fax: (404)355-6874
This course offers the average golfer a challenging round with its narrow fairways and dense rough. The course is nestled along the Rubicon River environmental corridor and boasts panoramic views of Powder Hill and Holy Hill. One hole that combines both is #8, a 334-yard, par 4, which features a dogleg fairway that veers around a pond with a sand bunker on the opposite side of the turn and another next to the green. There are also stream obstacles and three rock walls to challenge players of all levels. The greens are fast and can be misleading.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bent Grass|
|Dress Code:||No dress code|
|Season:||Apr 1 to Nov 1|
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Course reviews for Washington County Golf Course
Average Golfer Review (4.0 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
So you think your good, do you?, Mar 17, 2010
from Milwaukee, WI
|Well if you think you are, play it from the tips or even the blues on a windy day and just see how good you really are. The course is a great test for pretty much anyone, just play the right tees. WCGC is windy all the time and I think I've played it once where it hasn't been blowing and as for a county course- don't let that fool you it is usually perfect and better than a lot of courses that charge $100+ Not to miss.|
| 1 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Good Layout, Bad Day., Feb 25, 2006
|reviewer: Golfer Laird
from Milwaukee ,Wi
|I played Washington County last year with my friend John and we had an alright time. We arrived at the course, checked out the proshop, I bought a pair nike tiger woods golf shoes, and went to the tee. The first hole starts out easy. It's all downhill, and it's pretty short. I think it's good to start a course with an easy hole though. It get's people moving. That's just what we did. By the third hole we caught a single playing with a kid riding along. Actually the kid was hanging on the back of the cart while the father drove around looking for his ball. What the.... ,I thought. It turned out to be a long day. The man never let us through. We sat and waited on each shot watching the kid run through the sand traps and not raking them. The father never told his kid to sit down and behave or any kind of etiquette. It was too bad this happened, but i feel the only way to avoid this is to have a policy that does not allow ride alongs. It's not only irritating to the paying customers, it's very dangerous to the kid. He could get hit by a ball and get hurt or killed. Especially because he's not really paying attention to what's going around him. Other than that the course is good.|