It depends on where you want to begin.
So often that’s the answer when trip leaders begin to plan their proverbial “Wisconsin golf trip.” This state has, in the last 25 years, become a kingdom of public, championship golf. The game’s renowned international destinations and golf-laden coastal beltlines — from the Oregon coast to the Firth of Forth — have long attracted sojourning golf seekers that have quickly switched from viewers to reviewers. Today (and nearly every day of the season at Erin Hills), we hear from those following Wisconsin’s cheddar trail from Erin Hills to the many other amazing public courses reachable in two (hours).
This wondrous, GPS-mapped road from course to course has never been busier. With close proximity to Milwaukee International Airport, and within a few hours of downtown Chicago, the word is certainly out, with an abundance of inbound guests opting for the first tee at Erin Hills as an ideal place to begin a 2023 (or 2024) golf trip.
Admittedly biased, we believe the Erin Hills experience sets the bar high and the tone right for a Wisconsin golf trip. Perhaps one of our caddies shared a bit of advice when planning golf: “Play Erin Hills first on your golf trip and play two days.”
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