TGC @ Kettle Moraine

Designer: Dean Lowdon

Course Description:

The Golf Club sponsored Kettle Moraine located in the US state of Wisconsin. A par 70 playing at over 7000 yards accuracy is required to find the correct part of the tricky greens and avoid the run off areas that surround most holes.

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
No hosted tournaments for this course.

Other Courses by Dean Lowdon

Course Name Theme Par
Interlaken Alpine 71
Sierra Vista Desert 71
Dainton Park Harvest 72
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Windermere Country Club Countryside 72
Lac de Verde Golf Club Rural 71
Kilton Forest Boreal 71
Arden Hills 2015 Course Boreal 72
Lake Starnberg 2015 Course Alpine 72
Pine Mountain Resort (Winter) Alpine 71
Dallowgill Old Course Harvest 71
Cherry Lakes Resort Harvest 72
Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club Desert 71
Sherwood Forest Retreat Harvest 27
Hook Island Delta 71
Lochmead Highlands Highlands 72
Kilton Paradiso Tropical 71
Sunset Valley Golf Club Desert 71
Doolough Manor Highlands 71
Doolough Manor Black Tees Highlands 71
Kilsbergen Skog Boreal 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Whitefish Mountain Winter 71
Lac de Verde Club de Golf Rustic 71
Interlaken Imperial Black Swiss 71
Crooked Stick Harvest 72
TGC@ Scottsdale Silverado Desert 71
Clube Olimpico Rocinha Delta 71
Le Golf National 2016 Countryside 71
Tvismark Golf Klub Highlands 72
Karlstad Golfklubb Winter 71
Le Golf National Countryside 71
Harvest Hills Par 3 Course Harvest 27
Royal Doolough Highlands 71
Interlaken Imperial Swiss 71
Kilsbergen Skog 2017 Boreal 71
Wangsa Maju Resort Tropical 70

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Member Reviews:

Using the all the right tools to make a tough but fair course

Its amazing how good everyone is getting at building courses, this here was an example of a designer listening to feedback and discussions on course design, and implementing them into a stern but reasonable test.

To sum it all up, you had useful planting, man made water hazards in relevant locations, diagonally oriented fairways, good distances making you use mid-long irons instead of just plopping in short irons and wedges, and green contours that defended the flag and required careful concentration on approaches.

The best feature was what someone referred to as a "bay green," where the drive was sent out wide to a fairway, and then a long carry back to the green, forcing the issue of longer approaches. Very nicely done here.

The courses beauty was intrinsic, not requiring any ornamental planting to make it look sharp. It was just very clean and crisp, and didn't draw your focus away when trying to contend with the difficult shots ahead of you.

This course is primed and ready to host an event. 
Reviewed by: James Moon on 5/20/2015