Long before golf was played at Erin Hills, the 652 acres of pristine land was host to icy fingers and streams from the last glacier to cover south central Wisconsin. Rivers carved graceful features into the landscape, turning the Kettle Moraine into the diverse region that it is today. Architects Michael Hurdzan, Dana Fry and Ron Whitten adopted a minimalist approach in designing Erin Hills, as nature had sculpted the land so well that the golf holes seemed to emerge from the property. To make Erin Hills your next destination to play, stay, dine and meet — for business or pleasure, plan your visit now.

Open for play on May 9

Visit the golf shop weekdays beginning April 15

Site of the 2017 U.S. Open Championship

Golf’s grandest stage comes to Wisconsin for the first time.

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True to the spirit and tradition of the U.S. Open, Erin Hills is an amazing venue for championship golf, worthy of identifying the game’s very best.

— Mike Davis —

USGA Executive Director

Stay & Play

Charming accommodations nestled in scenic rolling prairie just steps from the 1st tee.

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The 8th Best Public Course in the United States.

— Golf Digest —

Relax & Dine

Post-golf drinks, a delicious snack, or fine wine and dining — it’s all here.

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Erin Hills Blog


Remembering the 2011 U.S. Amateur

The 2011 U.S. Amateur Championship at Erin Hills and Blue Mound Golf & Country Club marked the first time the world’s premier amateur competition was held in  Wisconsin,...

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Burn Day March 2016

Burn Day at Erin Hills

This morning was Burn Day at Erin Hills, as we undertook some controlled burns that help stimulate the regrowth of native plant species while controlling invasive plants. This...

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Looking Back on 2015

Thank you for an exciting year that saw a lot of action at Erin Hills. The golf course enjoyed its best condition to date; the expanded short game area opened; a rebuilt practice...

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