Monday, January 9, 2006
The Country's Summer Golf Capital
| GT Selects (cont.)|
|Whistling Straits—Irish Course|
The Irish Course continues the same theme as the Straits Course, but inland. Large greens, wide fairways, and four meandering streams, along with the rugged waste and fescue areas will give golfers of all levels a challenge.
Par 72, 7201 yards (75.6/146) (Pete Dye)
|Whistling Straits—Straits Course|
Kohler Resort offers four great courses, but this is the best. The Straits Course was sculpted by Pete Dye to give golfers a rendition of Ireland and Scotland along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. With lake views on most of the holes, tough greens, waste areas, pot bunkers and rugged fescue areas, the Straits is one of the most spectacular courses found anywhere (host to the 2004 PGA Championship. Walking only, caddies required (most are from Ireland!).
Par 72, 7362 yards (76.7/151) (Pete Dye)
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