Located 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Erin Hills was built on glacial landforms reminiscent of true linksland and includes fast and firm fine fescue fairways, natural rugged bunkers and lay of the land undulating greens. The championship qualities of the golf course include being able to vary the total yardage from between 8,000 and 5,000 yards, from over 100 tee locations. Because of the seemingly random placement of bunkers, rolling topography, and an incessant but variable wind, Erin Hills is a unique experience that can present a stern test for the best golfers in the world while still providing an enjoyable experience for daily fee play.
America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses (#42)
America's 100 Greatest Public Courses (#8)
Best in State (#2)
Best Resorts / The Americas
Best New Course of 2006 (#1)
Best in State (#6)
Top 100 Course You Can Play (Public) (#22)
Best Public Courses in State (#3)
Top 200 Best Modern Courses U.S. (#80)
Best in State (Public) (#4)
Top 100 Resort Courses (#24)
2025 U.S. Women's Open Championships
2022 U.S. Mid Amateur
2017 U.S. Open
2011 U.S. Amateur
2008 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championships
*Fry/Straka member designed under Hurdzan/Fry in association with Ron Whitten
*photos by Paul Hundley
*Awards include highest ranking throughout course history.
- Erin Hills Golf Club
- April 27, 2018
Time lapse of the one year lead up to the US Open at Erin Hills
- FORE! Golfers Network.com
- July 18, 2017
Our Featured Guest is the architect for Erin Hills, Dana Fry. Along with his artistry in crafting the US Open venue, Fry is also currently sculpting the new South Course at Arcadia Bluffs.
- Golf Channel
- June 13, 2017
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sports columnist Gary D’Amato reported on the tumultuous history of U.S. Open site Erin Hills explains what the future holds for the venue and Wisconsin golf.