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Pros: The original 9 holes is open but has enough elevation and foliage to make for challenging shots (unless you are a huge bomber who can reach them easily).
The new holes are where the excitement begins. Three of these holes are mere connecting holes to the original 9, but and they are simply longer versions of those more open holes.
The holes that wind through a huge wooded hill are among the best in the state. The first is a deceptive hole with a deeply guarded green that makes the second shot a tricky challenge. The following hole is a manageable distance that can't be reached because of the elevation and a left to right slope (making it even harder for this lefty). This is followed by tunnel shots and technical holes that are easily reached with a putter, though you rarely find yourself on the green.
There is one magnificent double dogleg downhill monster of a hole that is always gratifying to make a 3. The 17th comes out of the woods, but winds uphill nearly 400 feet and is as difficult to make 3 as the previous hole. The downhill 18th can be reached, but there seems always to be huge wind out there and one is often in the soybeans.
Cons: The tees and the lack of signage.
Other Thoughts: It's still one of my favorite destinations in South Central WI during the thaw when my locals are closed.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
2 Helpful / 2 Not
new back 9 WOW
Pros: Lots of woods and brush Blind holes and down and uphill shots. very well laid out well use of land. Serveral holes corn on one side 5ft tall weeds on the other. Very tight.
Cons: Still needs work. no real signs up yetbut someone sprayed painted arrows and hole numbers on the ground. Only grass tees right now.
Other Thoughts: Im a beginner but did ok very difficult course but very fun. Thanks John for a great course. Had a blast shooting with you guys
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