Do you have a favorite golf course in Wisconsin? Which is it and what do you like about it?
Aaron Rodgers: I really like Green Bay Country Club, The Bull at Pinehurst Farms, and Whistling Straits because they are all very different courses.
Randall Cobb: I like playing out at Thornberry Creek. It’s close to home.
Jordy Nelson: My favorite course would have to be Whistling Straits down in Kohler because it’s unlike any other course I’ve ever seen.
Bryan Bulaga: Any course down in Kohler, because I love staying at The American Club.
A.J. Hawk: Thornberry Creek is right by my house so it’s nice and close. You could say it’s my “home course.”
Marshall Newhouse: Whistling Straits is my favorite. I always lose a lot of balls, but it’s still number one in my book.
Here is more on golf courses in Wisconsin, provided by Travel Wisconsin:
Sculpted into the Wisconsin coastline, Whistling Straits offers two courses which have hosted the PGA Championship, U.S. Senior Open and the Palmer Cup. The two courses, the Straits and the Irish, are both ranked among the best in the United States. Whistling Straits also hosted the 2010 and 2004 PGA Championship and 2007 U.S. Senior Open, and will host the 2015 PGA Championship again. Another added bonus, the golf courses are located in Kohler.
Kohler is the picture-perfect destination for a relaxing getaway. The five-diamond historic American Club resort is the heart of the village along with the innovative Kohler Design Center. Kohler-Andre State Park with majestic sand dunes and miles of golden beach along Lake Michigan are also nearby.
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