At Blackwolf Run
Pete Dye designed one of the best golf courses in America on rich land once known by the Winnebagos and Algonquins for exceptional fishing and hunting. Intimidating to the professional, fair and dramatic for the amateur, this “beauty of the beast” measures 7,404 from the back tees with a slope of 151. Target landing areas, strategic bunkering, large undulating greens, and water or gorges on 14 of the 18 holes characterize the challenge of this championship course. The playing values of the River course are a match for its natural beauty.
In its brief existence, the River course has quickly earned a reputation as being among the country’s very best. The readers of Golf Digest, rating over 17,000 courses, selected it as one of the elite five-star golf experiences in America, and the editors of Golf Digest have repeatedly ranked it as one of America’s top 100 Great Golf Courses. GOLF Magazine says this course "must be considered the nation's finest public-access course of modern times."