When you build a course with the intention of hosting a major championship, and you are awarded a U.S. Open not long after you open…you know that you have something special going on. Most of the world was introduced to Erin Hills Golf Course during the 2017 U.S. Open, won by Brooks Koepka. This championship course is just part of the total Erin Hills experience. Staying on property in the Main Lodge or a 4-bedroom cottage creates lasting memories. There’s also the Drumlin putting course and the very unique Caddie Barn, open to the public at the end of each day.
Erin Hills is one of those special courses where almost every shot can be highly rewarded or severely penalized. The way the fairways and slopes intertwine, you seem to get lost at times, not knowing there are any other holes or golfers around. Every shot takes supreme focus, as the surroundings desperately try to grab your attention at all times. Do yourself a favor: Include Erin Hills Golf Course in your next trip to Wisconsin no matter what. Very commonly I book Erin Hills as part of a bucket-list trip for groups. But I have also booked packages where the cost of Erin Hills is offset by booking some of the finer local gems we have to offer in our great state. Wisconsin Golf Trips will create a package to fit any budget.