No. 11 – High Country

  • The Meadow Valleys
    Par 5
    Handicap: 14
    • 522
    • 514
    • 495
    • 487
    • 460

How to Play This Hole

Best drive is at the distant mound right. Your second shot is to a very narrow lay-up area. A slight uphill approach to a green sloping front to back requires a full shot to hold the green.

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  • No. 1 – Fishing Hole

    The opening par 4 offers a spacious landing area carved between the pond right and bunkers left.

  • No. 2 – Table Top

    The sloping downhill fairway offers plenty of room to fire away from the tee. The approach is to a shallow and elevated green, so precision is required to avoid trouble.

  • No. 3 – Pine Valley

    The tee is sheltered by a stand of large trees. The putting green is surrounded by difficult bunkering on almost all sides.

  • No. 4 – Gamble

    A classic risk-and-reward par 5 that requires a decision be made on the tee. Strategic placement is required to avoid a blind shot into a putting green that has undulation and a menacing pot bunker.

  • No. 5 – Tree Stand

    Fairway narrows approaching the putting green. Approach shots must be guided between two large stands of trees and bunkers guarding the green.

  • No. 6 – Serpentine

    One of the most difficult par 4s on The Meadow Valleys, the fairway winds through several bunkers to a putting green that is one of the deepest on the course.

  • No. 7 – Goose Landing

    Fescue, bunkers and a water hazard are present; however, a well-hit drive can present an opportunity to go for the green in two. The green opens from the right.

  • No. 8 – Wet and Wild

    Water hazard borders all along the left side. The green is partially blind from the tee due to mounding.

  • No. 9 – Deer Hunt

    Favor the left side all the way to the green.

  • No. 10 – Quiver

    A hole like no other on The Meadow Valleys. Players are faced with a daunting tee shot through the trees. The smallest green on the course requires accurate shotmaking.

  • No. 12 – Ledge Walk

    An expansive landing area is bordered by large bunkers. A green with an open approach allows balls to bounce onto the green while avoiding the sharp drop-off to Weeden’s Creek on the left.

  • No. 13 – Chimney

    Tee it over Weeden’s Creek on this dogleg par 4. Approach will be to an extremely elevated plateau where the green sits. The green is the flattest Blackwolf Run has to offer.

  • No. 14 – Nature's Course

    Enjoy nature’s beauty on this challenging par 4. The wide fairway is inviting, but the green sits 40 feet below and is guarded by water on three sides.

  • No. 15 – Mercy

    A stout par 3 that is a forced carry from all teeing grounds. Blackwolf Run’s largest green has a four-foot-deep swale in the middle left of the green.

  • No. 16 – Rolling Thunder

    The final par 5 on The Meadow Valleys offers a blind tee shot to an open fairway. An approach shot to the left that avoids the immense bunker guarding the front right of the green is ideal.

  • No. 17 – Maple Syrup

    This demanding par 3 is guarded by an old maple tree and features a long green with no recovery options on the left.

  • No. 18 – Salmon Trap

    The dramatic finishing hole features two putting greens – one for the red tees and the other for the rest. The second shot is played over the Sheboygan River to a massive double green. The picturesque Blackwolf Run Clubhouse overlooks from above.