My Top 100 Golf Courses in America

My top 50 golf courses in the country - an ongoing list of the top 50 courses in the USA that I've played.

The Bull’s 50/50 Club Well Worth the Investment

A few friends and I took half-days at work today to get up to one of the most picturesque, challenging courses in the state: The Bull at Pinehurst Farms. Hole 5: Par 4 (436/404/388/361/308) First things first, the Bull is in fantastic shape right now, and it provided me the opportunity to finally get some in-season pictures of … Continue reading The Bull’s 50/50 Club Well Worth the Investment

January Golf: Two Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunities

The skies were blue, the sun was shining, and the closely shorn fairways were a little damp… Sounds like any day in May or September on one of Wisconsin’s many great golf courses. This day was January 7, though. The temperature was 34 degrees, the cart paths were a little icy, and the ground was … Continue reading January Golf: Two Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunities

Wisconsin’s Best Par 5 Holes By Paul Seifert

Wisconsin's 10 Best Par 5 Holes By Paul Seifert

Golf Course Review: The Bull at Pinehurst Farms

Designed by Jack Nicklaus and widely regarded as one of the top five golf courses in Wisconsin, and top 100 in the nation, The Bull is a beautiful and unrelenting championship course. Spread out over 400-plus acres of former farm land, The Bull beautifully incorporates the Onion River, dense forest, rolling hills, deep ravines, large … Continue reading Golf Course Review: The Bull at Pinehurst Farms

Wisconsin’s Best Par 4 Holes

1. Blackwolf Run, Meadow Valleys Course #14 (423/409/384/376/293): Quite possibly the most beautiful golf hole I have ever played, the 14th at Meadow Valleys is deemed "Nature's Course." From the elevated tee boxes, the Pigeon River and on most days teems of fly-fishermen are seen down the hill and to the right. The tree lined … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Best Par 4 Holes

Wisconsin’s 10 Best Par 5 Holes

Too often people look at par fives as the holes they need to survive in order to save their score. Not me. As anyone who has golfed with me can attest to, I love par fives. I love that I can have one bad shot, and still have a good chance for par. Sometimes it is the … Continue reading Wisconsin’s 10 Best Par 5 Holes