A visit to Green Lake Country for golf lovers is simply a must. Four golf courses provide 81 holes, in which golfers will be challenged with breath taking layouts, rolling green hills, all cut through the Green Lake Country area.
The golf courses of Lawsonia are recognized by Golf Digest as One of America’s Best and Most Affordable Public Golf Facilities. Lawsonia offers two contrasting 18-hole layouts of magnificent design, astounding panorama, unmatched beauty, historical landmarks and abundant wildlife. In 2008 Lawsonia was voted Wisconsin Golf Course of the Year and is ranked second best course in the State. (36 holes)
Tuscumbia golf course also in Green Lake is Wisconsin’s oldest golf course. This 18 hole course with an executive par 3 course maintains a wealth of tradition for excellence. From the majestic evergreens, maples and oaks to the magnificent park-like setting golfing here is sure to be an experience to remember. Tuscumbia is nestled in the charm of Green Lake, and is great for a novice, or seasoned professional. (18 holes)
Berlin is home to the Mascoutin Golf Course. Some 300 years ago, fire-worshipping Indians lived in the Mascoutin Village just south of Berlin. It was in this gently rolling setting that E. Lawrence Packard carved out a magnificent 18-hole championship golf course through century old trees. The original Red and White nines opened for play in 1976 and the Blue nine opened in 1999. All 27 holes appeal to men, women and junior golfers. (27 holes)
Green Lake Country Golf is a golf experience you will never forget.
Written for the GLCVB by Jason Mansmith, Ripon Chamber of Commerce Director, avid golfer and area enthusiast.