Troy Burne Golf Club, in Hudson, Wisc., opened for play in 1999. The centerpiece of the upscale development is the 18-hole golf course, sculpted from the famed St. Croix Valley hills. Over 120 bunkers, hewn from native sand underneath the site, protect generous fairways and stadium greens, on a design that sits on over 225 acres of rolling countryside. The front nine features large hills and ridges covered in native grasses, while the back nine winds through a hollow surrounded by oak, maple, birch and pine trees. Water, including the meandering burn, which is the Scottish name for a creek, comes into play on eight holes.




Golf Digest: 
4.5 Stars Rating
Best New Public Course in 1999
Best in State (#8)
America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses (#69)

Golf Magazine:
Best Public Course in State (#9)

Best Courses State by State (Wisconsin Public #8)

Tournament Host:
Scholarship America Showdown (PGA Nationwide Tour) 2004-2005

*Fry/Straka member designed under Hurdzan/Fry

*Awards include highest ranking throughout course history. 

*photos by Henebry Photography

*Awards include highest ranking throughout course history.