New Richmond Golf Club is a Semi-Private 27 hole golf facility located in New Richmond, Wisconsin. The facility has an 18-hole course, The Old Course, and a 9-hole course, The Links Course.
The Regulation Course at new Richmond opened in 1922 with nine holes. The original nine were designed by Willie Kidd. In 1992, Don Herfort designed the back nine and redesigned five of the original holes.
Locals say that the original course is a somewhat sloped layout. Some fairways are narrow, but all of them have mature trees that can alter your shots. The greens are undulating and medium-sized. Water hazards come into play on at least four separate occasions.
The Old Course sits on 173 acres. The Willow River emulates ‘Rae’s Creek’ as it cuts through holes # 4, 5, and 7, New Richmond’ s version of "Amen Corner."
With just enough sand, water and mature trees to test your skill, the 6727 yard (slope 129, par 72) layout will challenge your game.
$36 (cart included), played on Sunday, January 2009 at 6am
Consistently good experience at this course! Great value and they just finished installing a double row irrigation system. For the first time I can remember, I was forced to hit out of the second cut of rough after several errant tee shots. Soft, thick grass in the rough around the entire course is going to make this an even better golf experience.
$10 (cart included), played on Thursday, April 2008 at noon
I've played this course about 6 times in last 12 months and thoroughly enjoyed it each time. Have introduced 7 other golfers to this course and they have all been back again, and we drive 30 miles to get there. Challenging, gorgeous, and certainly above average for the price (we have the MPGA card getting a round for half price.
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