No. 13 – Chimney

  • The Meadow Valleys
    Par 4
    Handicap: 8
    • 341
    • 335
    • 313
    • 304
    • 233

How to Play This Hole

Hit a fairway metal straight out over Weeden Creek favoring the left side. This will leave you a short iron to an extremely elevated plateau where the green sits.

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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. 11 – High Country

    Players are again tested with how aggressive they want to be off the tee. A large fairway bunker on the left will challenge players off the tee. The green plateaus in the middle with a huge bunker right.

  • 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. 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.