Erin Hills Golf Course, Hartford
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Just got back from a one night stay over with 2 rounds of golf at Erin Hills with three college friends. The lodge and cottages are beautiful and the golf course is tons of fun to play. Make sure you ... read more »
This was an amazing round and gorgeous course to play. Be prepared for a lot of walking!! Wear your fitbit if you have one to track the round. Caddies were very good, professional and great ambassador... read more »
I just returned and had a great time. The golf course itself was an unbelievable challenge and test, although it was very fair. While it reminds me much of Scottish/Irish golf courses, it has great ch... read more »
Erin Hills was in great shape. I believe we got one of the last tee times available before the U.S. Open Next year! Very cool course, I would say the buildings and barns give it a unique feel. If you can afford to stay in one of the cabins on the grounds, do it! Also with Holy Hill in the background it has the perfect backdrop for beautiful pictures. The course is great, not the best I have ever played but a top 10 for sure. It depends on the wind and the tees, a scratch golfer can shoot 70 or 90 depending on how it is set up for the day and the conditions.
The course is one of the most beautiful you will walk and challenging to play. Great Caddies who know it well. It's a PGA experience and privilege to play!
Incredible course. Amazing views when golfing in the evening. Staff is very friendly and helpfull. Caddies make a difference, don't go without one. Enjoy this 2017 US Open course. Cheers.
cool place, a bit expensive though
I had the opportunity to play Erin Hills twice in high school for the Lake Country Charity Invitational. If you don't know, it's a great tournament for a great cause that routinely raises thousands of dollars for the MAAC fund. There really couldn't be a better course to host a tournament for such an important cause. Unfortunately the first time I played the tournament, it was about 35 degrees out with 15-25 mph winds and a driving rain and the round got called after about 10 holes. That year I started on the 4th hole and I was in the process of playing the 14th when it got called. I won't lie, the weather made things miserable but the course made it probably as enjoyable as a round of golf can be in those conditions. The year after that, however, we got pretty much the best conditions possible for April in Wisconsin which allowed the course to be experienced in its full glory. I tend to play my best on links style courses and managed a 76 in my first full round on the challenging layout despite 4 three-putts. I'm looking forward to trying to qualify for the Wisconsin State Am there this summer
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