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Golf Courses of Lawsonia, Green Lake

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
The Link Course, designed by Hall of Fame Architect William Langford in 1930, is arranged in an authentic Scottish Links tradition. Predominantly treeless, it features unusually elevated greens, gently rolling terrain, fescue grasses, steep-faced bunkers and very quick greens. The Woodlands Course meanders through tall timbers, twice reaching the shores of beautiful Green Lake. Designed by Rocky Roquemore, this modern course offers a stunning contrast to its predecessor with breathtaking panorama, often-seen prancing deer, bald eagles and their nests, turkeys, and fox. With over 90 bunkers and tight tree-lined fairways, the Woodlands is a must-play for any golfer!
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  • Lawsonia is a great championship style published c golf course. They have 36 holes - One Links style, one wooded. Bent grass tees. The courses are well maintained and reasonably priced. They can get b...  read more »
  • After 8+ yrs of coming here 4 the meyers outing,this yrs. event was disappointing Played woodlands first day, bunkers flooded & not raked! Would have been nice to be told.When u pay full price,you wou...  read more »
  • The course is beautiful and very challenging to play. However the course should take responsibility for managing the pace of play. Our around approached five hours which is ridiculously long for a wri...  read more »
  • Love both courses and have been playing Lawsonia one week every year for over 30 years. But this year I was extremely disappointed with the traps. Some of them looked like they hadn't been touched in weeks. There were so many rocks in some of the bunker that it looked like they were put in there on purpose. The lakes have turned into swamps and when I asked if they were letting them go, they acted like nothing was wrong with them. The fountain and steam on the Woodlands is dried up and very unsightly. The Memorial chipping practice area is a disgrace. They also have done away with discounts, other than Senior's, and $95 on the weekends. We only played 3 times this year. I think the price with the condition of the bunkers does not match up. I hope who ever is managing Lawsonia looks at these issues before it ruins this gem of a golf course. One more think, maybe instead of have all the kids running out to carry bags and wipe down clubs, they should give them buckets and have them pick the rocks out of the bunkers.
  • I've hit the links course several times, and I try to make it back once a year. It is one of the best links tracks in Wisconsin and a hidden treasure. True to the links design, the traps are tough to play (they are supposed to be that way contrary to other poor reviews), the greens are raised and huge, and everything undulates, greens and fairways.
  • First time golfing this course and I will not go back. From the beginning, 1. All the employees were very stuck up and short with our whole group. 2. No beverage cart on the course on a weekend?! 3. Traps were in horrible condition and 85% unplayable. 4. Our yardage marker on the cart didn't work and with the lack of course markers, it made knowing distances difficult. 5. Overpriced, save the money and golf elsewhere.
  • The Links is one of my top 5 favorite golf courses. I'd rather play here than Erin Hills or Whistling Straits.
  • Played both courses at the beginning of September. The layouts are good. The issue that I had with the golf courses were that they are rough around the edges. The rough was not mowed and if you missed the fairway by a little (in the irrigated area) the penalty was a lot. But if you missed by a lot the penalty was a little. Bunkers were a crap shoot. some had sand but many did not. Fairways were good and the greens were good and hard. So getting something to check was hard. But with the course openly bragging about being the 85th ranked public course in the US, I would say that there are other courses that sweat the details better than they do. The fact that they command a premium price, all I could think was that they were over-rated.
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