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Minocqua Country Club9299 Country Club Rd
Minocqua, WI 54548
Phone: (715)356-5216Fax: (715)358-7476
This course was built on hilly terrain, so expect some uneven lies. The fairways are lined by many mature trees that can alter your shots. This scenic course overlooks Lake Minocqua. Larry Packard designed the back nine, which opened in 1964. The club is currently expanding to eighteen holes. The Ron Garl design will open in August, 2000.
|Holes: 9||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bluegrass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Apr 15 to Oct 15|
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One of Wisconsin's Best, Jul 03, 2004
|reviewer: Gordon Magee
from Minocqua, WI USA
|Minocqua Country Club was completely overhauled several years ago by golf course architect Ron Garl. It has been nominated as one of Golf Digest's Best New Courses. The course has really come into its own: bent grass fairways that are immaculate and greens that are pro-level quality and speed on the Stimpmeter, all in a fantastic and fair layout. The slope rating is 135 from the tips at 6722 yards, 132 and 128 from the next two tee boxes. 6 tee boxes per hole make the course work for all handicap levels. It has fantastic practice facilities: driving range, multiple target greens for chipping/pitching, sand trap practice area and practice putting green. Last year I played with a visitor to our area at another local course. As we spoke about Minocqua Country Club, he, like me, raved about it. He has played Whistling Straits and Black Wolf Run, as well as Pebble Beach and Augusta National and other famous courses. He knows a good course when he sees one. He put Minocqua Country Club right there with Black Wolf Run and rated it in his top 5 in the state of Wisconsin. It is a jewel that not everyone has found yet, but they will.|