Let’s be honest: This has not been the best Wisconsin golf season.
We didn’t get started until mid-May, September was spent largely underwater and it has all the looks and feels of a season ending way too early in October.
While an early Winter is depressing to think about, Fall golf in the Midwest is stunningly beautiful and I was able to get out last weekend for a round that started out cold and dim, but ended up with bright blue skies and gorgeous Fall colors.
I had to snap a few pics on my cart ride home:
Comparatively, here was the same view last month toward the height of a weeks-long deluge:
Speaking of underwater, here was the unintentional island green on the par four 6th. Not only was half of the course unplayable, the rotting smell and subsequent weeks–long mosquito infestation was almost unbearable.