The Petrifying Springs Golf Experience
The flagship of Kenosha County Parks, Petrifying Springs is the oldest and largest park in the system. Abundant trees and a rolling landscape add beauty and challenge to this delightful 18-hole, 5900 yard golf course.
With Petrifying Springs being the most mature park in Kenosha County, you will find an abundance of huge deciduous trees and a rolling landscape making up this sporty public course. It offers a classic golf course and clubhouse with an exceptional golf experience.
Created in 1936 by Joseph A. Roseman, Petrifying Springs Golf Course offers excitement and challenge with every hole. It is, skillfully etched from an impressive natural surroundings consisting of breathtaking hardwood forests tree lined fairways, hilly terrain, strategic sand traps and challenging water hazards. This traditional 18 hole, 6,000 yard, par 70 golf course is very player friendly and a must play. The well-manicured playing conditions and the great hospitality can be enjoyed at very reasonable rates.
The professional staff at Petrifying Springs Golf Course, is knowledgeable, courteous, and is there to handle all your golfing needs. Whether you are scheduling an outing, selecting golf equipment or in pursuit of the perfect golf swing, we will strive to make your golf experience a positive one. You can make your reservations by phone at 262-697-Golf (4653), online at www.kenoshacountygolf.com or in person.
Planning an outing? Try us for your next corporate or group outing. Outings are always welcome. Our guest service representative can detail your outing to fit any desire and arrange banquets on-site to satisfy even the largest appetite.
After a great round of golf, enjoy a cool drink in the clubhouse, or relax on our patio. We have an excellent bar and grill with a friendly staff waiting to serve you. Not a golfer, the public is always welcome to enjoy our tasty menu and a wide selection of brews.
We hope you enjoy your round!
Please call (262) 697-4653 for more information!
Named the #1 Sporty Course in Wisconsin by Gary D’Amato – Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Also visit our partner:
Brighton Dale Links Golf Course