Blackwolf Run - Meadows Valley Course
Blackwolf Run was designed around a river basin which was formed by glacial runoff. Both courses feel very natural as designer Pete Dye chose to use the terrain to his advantage throughout the courses. Multiple professional events have been held at Blackwolf Run including The Anderson Consulting World Golf Championships and the U.S. Women’s Open in 1998 and 2012. The Meadow Valleys Course was given the ranking of #60 in Golf Digest’s rankings of “America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses” for 2011-2012.
The Meadow Valleys Course challenges golfers by taking into play the diverse landscapes such as meadows and ravines. The course is a par 72 and runs 7,250 yards from the back tees. Each hole at Blackwolf Run is given a name. The 8th hole on the Meadows Valleys Course is aptly named “Wet and Wild.” This par 3 requires an accurate shooting as there is an abundance of water surrounding the fairways. Make sure to include a stop at Blackwolf Run while you’re in Wisconsin and play both the River Course, and the Meadow Valleys Course, and you won’t be disappointed.