River at Blackwolf Run Golf Course - Resort Review

Blackwolf Run River's 8th holeRiver at Blackwolf Run Golf Course - Resort in Kohler

1111 W Riverside Dr
Kohler, Wisconsin 53044
Sheboygan County

June 04th, 2011 19:31


First Name John
Last Name Onorato
Handicap 18

Course Review and Comments

The prettiest inland golf course I've ever played. Midwest golf at its very best. If you can catch a time when the leaves are changing but it's still warm, you won't care what you shoot and you'll leave a happy camper.

The only reasons they got 4 stars in condition and service is because it get so much play, as it should; and, I've been there off-season when the on-course amenities were scarce. Hard to blame them for that.

It's a beautiful, fun course, that will just kill you on bad shots. If you play it conservatively it can be scored upon. My low there is 83 one in from the tips but at the time I was playing to about a 9 and had a nice day. You can make a LOT of ground up out there if you can get up and down from the places on virtually every hole Pete Dye gives you a place to get up and down from.

In the fall, I would take the River course over the Straits. It's pretty cool to walk by fly-fisherman while you're golfing.


Date course was played Saturday 17th of October 2009
Price paid for golf 0
Price comments I think the first time I played it for $100; since then, you know.
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