The Bog, an Arnold Palmer Signature public golf course in Saukville, Wisconsin.  Photograph by Paul Hundley.

The Bog

The BOG is an Arnold Palmer Signature Design golf course founded in 1995. The facility includes a public 18-Hole, par 72, championship layout which is playable from 5,110 – 7,221 yards. All skill and courage levels are accommodated as 5 sets of tees are provided. The course layout is constructed on nature’s Cedarburg Bog flowing through terrain of 297 acres of woods, wetlands, rolling hills, and wildlife habitat. The BOG features 118 bunkers throughout the course and bent grass greens built to USGA specifications which will rival any putting surfaces in Wisconsin. The BOG is conveniently located just off of highway US 43 and only 25 minutes north of Milwaukee & 35 minutes south of destination golf in Kohler, Wisconsin (Whistling Straits/American Club Resorts). The BOG’s expansive Practice Center is 15 acres, and is complete with bent grass tees, target greens, chipping areas, greenside bunker areas, a putting green and private lesson areas. The Practice Center has been awarded TOP 50 Public Ranges in America by Golf Ranges Association of America (GRAA) in 2012 & 2014.

Recent Awards:

  • 4.5 Stars by Golf Digest.
  • TOP 10 Best Overall Courses in Wisconsin by Golf Digest.
  • A TOP 5 Arnold Palmer Designs You Can Play by Golf Channel.
  • 2004 & 2013 WSGA State Amateur Championship Host Site.
  • 2006 WPGA State Open Host Site.

Why This Is A Must Play Course

Set on 297 acres of wetlands, woods, and rolling hills, The Bog is an Arnold Palmer Signature Design. The Bog is currently on Golf Digest’s Top 15 State List that combines public and private courses.