The River and The Meadow Valleys
Over two centuries ago, Chief Blackwolf and his Winnebago tribe resided in the Sheboygan River Valley. Today, melded into that very same river basin formed by the flows of glacial runoff, you’ll find The River and The Meadow Valleys at Blackwolf Run®.
Blackwolf Run opened for play in June 1988 and was named that year’s “Best New Public Course” in the country by Golf Digest.
Regarded as one of Pete Dye’s crowning achievements, Blackwolf Run has hosted a number of professional championships: the Andersen Consulting World Golf Championships in 1995, 1996 and 1997 as well as the U.S. Women’s Open in 1998 and 2012.
Play The Original Championship Course
Now through the end of the 2018 golf season, enjoy the brisk air and brilliant color of Pete Dye's original 18 holes—home of the 2012 U.S. Women’s Open features holes from The Meadow Valleys and The River.
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A natural beauty, The River features target landing areas, large undulating greens and water or gorges on 14 of the 18 holes for a challenging, yet beautiful championship experience.
The Meadow Valleys
Described as both subtle and devilish, The Meadow Valleys features rolling meadows and deep ravines, reflecting the natural features of Wisconsin terrain.