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Erin Hills rests on a 652-acre site in the small town of Erin, thirty-five miles northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Regarded by enthusiasts as one of the best natural sites for a golf course in the United States, Erin Hills received the unprecedented honor of being awarded a future USGA championship - the 2008 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links - before the course was ever seeded. At the start of the 2008 golf season Erin Hills was awarded the 2011 U.S. Amateur championship. Erin Hills received the ultimate compliment on June 16, 2010 in being awarded the 2017 United States Open Championship, won by Brooks Koepka.
Inspired by the classic Scottish and Irish courses that were once built by horse-drawn plows, Erin Hills is environmentally friendly, with very minimal land development aside from the course itself, and takes into account the majestic contours of the land that were naturally shaped by the glaciers thousands of years before. Evidence to this was the designers removing as little dirt as possible, with the green sites remaining virtually untouched. Professional caddies are available to enhance your experience at Erin Hills.
Why Play The Golf Course?
Because its on the Wisconsin Golf Trail thats why!
Host of 2017 US Open and 2011 US Amateur
Located 1 mile west of the intersection of Hwy. 83 and Hwy. 167 West (Holy Hill Rd). Erin Hills' entrance is on the south side of County Highway O (Highway 167 becomes County Highway O west of Highway 83).