The Golf Courses of Lawsonia
Lawsonia offers two contrasting 18-hole layouts of magnificent design, astounding panorama, unmatched beauty, historical landmarks and abundant wildlife. Voted 2008 “Wisconsin Golf Course of the Year” ranked #2 best course in State “LINKS” by GOLFWEEK, and consistently ranked in the top 50 classic golf courses in the country- Lawsonia is, and has been for generations, one of Wisconsin’s very best golf destinations.
Why This Is A Must Play Golf Course
One of the finest multi-course venues in the state, Lawsonia is home The Links and The Woodlands 18. The 1929 Langford/Moreau Links Course has stood the test of time, while The Woodlands looks like it’s been there much longer.
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The Links is one of the most celebrated and well regarded courses in the country. True to its name, The Links course offers traditional links style golf in a beautiful and unexpected Midwest setting.
Firm, fast and always fun- The Links has all the charm and excitement of golf as it is played in the British Isles. Over the past decade, the course has been restored to its original design, and exciting course improvements are ongoing.
The Woodlands Course is a stunning contrast to its famous predecessor, the Links Course. Fairways are carved out of long-standing forests of oak, maple, pine, elm and walnut. You can expect to encounter whitetail deer, hawks, eagles and wild turkey as you walk the fairways- make sure to bring your camera!
Notably, The Woodlands features a breathtaking lakeshore panorama at the cliff top hole #3, a 100 year-old stone quarry at hole #2, and the iconic chimes of Judson Tower, a historic landmark.
This picturesque tract offers breathtaking lakeshore panorama on hole #3, a.k.a. The Cliff Hole. This truly awesome 169-yard par 3 features a radical 65-foot drop from tee to green. Hole no. 2 is a 341-yard par 4 center pieced with a 90+ year-old stone quarry that separates the fairway from green and donned with the Judson Tower, a historical landmark. Required accuracy and distance make this an unforgiving ogre that has been quoted by Golf Digest readers as “one of the toughest courses you will ever play second only to Blackwolf Run” and “top five best courses ever played.”