The River Course At Blackwolf Run
The River Course At Blackwolf Run Complex is a golf course that is located in Kohler, Wisconsin. It is part of The American Club, which is a golf complex owned and operated by a subsidiary of The Kohler Company. There is another large facility nearby called the Whistling Straits complex.
Opened in 1988 with 18 holes, Blackwolf Run was named that year’s Best New Public Golf Course by Golf Digest, and has continued to accumulate accolades including regular ranking on the list of America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest and America’s Top 100 You Can Play by Golf Magazine.
Pete Dye, a famous golf course designer in America, created one of the best golf courses in the United States by using some of the best rich land cover once owned by the Winnebagos and Algonquins for exceptional fishing and hunting.
Intimidating to those who are considered professionals and fair to amateur golfers, this “beauty of the beast” measures 7,404 from the back tees with a rating of 151. The golf course is known for its natural beauty but it is also known for its playing values.
Having been in existence for a brief period of time, the River course, nevertheless, has quickly earned a reputation as being among the very best in the country. GOLF Magazine says this course “must be considered the nation’s finest public-access course of modern times.”
Blackwolf Run is a golf course complex in Kohler, Wisconsin. It is one of two golf destinations associated with The American Club, owned by a subsidiary of the Kohler Company. The other is the Whistling Straits complex in nearby Haven.