The Eagle River Golf Course is one of the most beautiful courses you will ever play – wooded, watered, carefully groomed, and totally in keeping with the unspoiled beauty of Wisconsin’s Northwoods. But don’t let the beauty overwhelm you. This is also one of the most challenging courses in Wisconsin!
The course was originally built as 9 holes in 1923. Eagle River was incorporated as a city in 1937. Back then, people traveled mostly by train to get to the Northwoods. Now it’s approximately a three hour drive from Green Bay, and five hours from Milwaukee or Minneapolis.
In 1988, the course was redesigned by architect Don Herfort of Minneapolis, and now features 18 holds with strategically bunkered greens, narrow forested fairways, and prevalent water hazards. This course will excite and challenge golfers of all skill levels!
You will also enjoy a large practice facility that includes a grass tee range, practice green, chipping area and practice bunker.
Join us and enjoy Northern Wisconsin’s restful beauty, watch the wildlife crossing the fairways, and take your best swing. You’ll enjoy a round of golf on one of Wisconsin’s best kept secrets!
And when you’re finished with your round, please join us at the Albatross Grill for a bite to eat and a cold beverage.
A Special Message from Kyle Anderson, Course Superintendent:
“The weather is looking great and we’re planning for an early open date – April 16th. Don’t hold me to it, but if the weather keeps its trend, I don’t see any issues with that date. Now, it could be earlier or possibly later. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and here, and I’ll provide updates if this changes. We look forward to seeing you all out on the golf course and to the start of the 2021 golf season!”
We are also planning to open the practice range on Monday, April 12th.
No play or practice will be permitted on the course prior to opening day.
Book your tee time today here, or call us at (715) 479-8111.