Royal St. Patrick's Golf Course is a semi-private 18-hole golf course located in Wrightstown, Wisconsin, halfway between Appleton and Green Bay.
The course opened for play in 2004. The design of the course was done by Rick Robbins.
This is a Links style course. Each hole was given a unique Scottish name. Each has its own personality and sits within the 500 acres almost independently of the rest. The holes are framed by clear lakes and expanses of wildflowers and native Fescue grass. Within each hole are additional features that have been named. Narcut's Revenge intimidates you on #5, and the King's Casket is buried in the front left corner of #9s green. Dragon Tooth and Paul's Pit gobble up of line shots on the #11 and #12, while Wallace's Arse provides the final obstacle and is found on #18
Minimal forced carries, and five sets of tees make the Golf Links playable for all skill levels. The "Final Four" from the tips are considered by some to be the best finishing holes in the area. # 15 Lang Airn asks for just that, a demanding par 3. #16 measuring longer than 430 forces you navigate the corner of Killorglin Lake. Barley Cove lurks on the risk-reward par 5, #17, and Braveheart on #18 hole is all you could ask for. A par-4, this 465 yard from the tips, is intimidating.
Unique...how about a 19 hole. #19, Halfe Pint, is used as a bet-settling bonus hole, or perhaps a tune up before you tee off on #1.
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