Less than an hour’s drive northwest of downtown Milwaukee, secluded in the heart of Wisconsin’s picturesque Kettle Moraine Area, lies Washington County Golf Course. Designed by the renowned Arthur Hills, Washington County Golf Course has received a 4 1/2-star rating and it is a course as challenging as it is beautiful.
Washington County Golf Course has been chosen to host the 1999-2006,2008,2009 and 2010 USGA Regional Public Links Qualifiers, the 2000 Wisconsin PGA Championship, the 2001 Wisconsin State Junior Championship, the 2002, 2006 and 2009 Wisconsin PGA Match Play Championship, the annual Washington County Scratch Pro-Am, and the
2006 US Open Qualifying Round. We invite you to enjoy championship-level play in quiet and beautiful surroundings, without paying championship-level green fees.
Why The Course Is A Must Play
Washington County also made Golfweek Magazine’s Top 50 Municipal Courses list again this year. (#1 Best Municipal in Wisconsin and #33 Overall) WCGC is one of the best values in the entire nation, as the Arthur Hills design is always in pristine shape and offers golfers a links experience unlike any other in the state. Washington County is also home to a three hole short course ideal for juniors and beginners.
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