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As one of the oldest courses in our state and now recognized as a founding golf club in America, we are excited that we have been given the opportunity to restore and preserve this historic venue. The work is in the final stages and we are thrilled to be at the proverbial finish line. In addition, we are excited to be able to soon share the course’s transformation with you.
The history of the property demanded a classic design reminiscent of turn of the century golf course design. Mixed in with the beautiful rolling hills you will enjoy elevated tee boxes, native fescue grasses, undulating greens of various sizes, a few par 4’s that are reachable, rectangular tee boxes, double fairways and short grass recovery areas all to enhance the golf experience.
We are especially excited about our deep grass face bunkers that look dramatic and follow the Scottish model of bunkering. All of these design features helped us create a very different golf course stylistically. As you’ll read below, Architect Craig Haltom summarizes the play like this:
“The new Golf Club at Lac La Belle is full of fun and creative shotmaking opportunities—both through the air and on the ground.”
Why Play The Golf Course?
Because its on the Wisconsin Golf Trail thats why!
From Milwaukee: Take 94 west to HWY 16 exit (Pewaukee) west to HWY 16/67 bypass (on ramp is before 16/67 overpass
(outskirts of Oconomowoc) Take 67 bypass north 3-4 miles to Mayville Exit. Take HWY 67 north .2 of a mile and turn left on Lang
Road. Take Lang Road to 4-way stop.
At stop, turn left on Pennsylvania. Club entrance is first left.
From Madison: Take 94 east to Exit Hwy. 67
(Oconomowoc). Take Hwy 67 north and then the 67 Bypass 7 miles to Mayville Exit Proceded north on old hwy. 67 100 yards. Turn left (west) on Lange Road. Procede 1 mile to 4 way stop. At stop turn left (south) on Pennsylvania. Club entrance is
14 mile on left.