Erin Hills

Erin Hills

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Erin Hills

Erin Hills was the site of the first U.S. Amateur Championship to be played in Wisconsin in 2011, and the course was similarly honored in 2017 when the U.S. Open, one of golf’s oldest and most challenging tests, visited Wisconsin for the first time.

Since Erin Hills, built on an expanse of some 652 acres, opened in 2006, it has received countless accolades, including spots on the Golf Digest rankings of America’s 100 Greatest Courses (No. 44) and America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses (No. 9) as well as a No. 4 ranking by Golfweek in the Best Courses You Can Play in Wisconsin.

Designed by Michael Hurzdan, Dana Fry and Ron Whitten, Erin Hills was routed over rolling, sometimes dramatic, terrain left by glaciers thousands of years ago. The course offers great flexibility, playing as short as 5,082 yards or as long as 7,800 yards.

The fine fescue fairways provide a fast and firm playing surface that puts the natural undulations of the property on full display. Free-form bunkers protect greens located in natural settings.

As the course is walking only, the golf is played in a traditional atmosphere with no artificial distractions. Professional caddies are available and highly recommended.

The Lodge is a charming Irish country inn with comfortable rooms and suites, and the clubhouse offers fine dining and expansive, panoramic views. Five four-bedroom cottages complement an upscale menu of on-site accommodations.

A blend of old and new elements, Erin Hills makes for a remarkable golf experience.

Location
Set among rolling hills located approximately one hour northwest of Milwaukee and General Mitchell International Airport and two hours from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.

Accommodations
A centerpiece of the property is the Lodge, a charming Irish country inn with comfortable rooms and suites. Five four-bedroom cottages round out the variety of on-site accommodations.

Amenities
In addition to the cottages and the Lodge, the clubhouse includes a fully stocked golf shop, a dining room, porch and two board rooms. The course includes a large practice area with multiple tees, an extensive short-game area and two practice putting greens.

Erin, Wisconsin • 866.772.4769 • ErinHills.com

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