Designer: Pete Dye
Year Built: 1998
Greens: Bent Grass
Designed by Pete Dye, Whistling Straits emulates the great old seaside links courses of the British Isles, invoking an image of the game founded more than 400 years ago.The Straits Course is open with rugged and windswept terrain. A more mature course than one would expect, golfers encounter huge sandy areas, deep pot bunkers, grass-topped dunes, big and undulating greens and majestic views of Lake Michigan from each of its 18 holes. No. 17, the course's unofficial signature hole, features a green precariously perched over water and sand. Whistling Straits also features:
Experience the drama with a hole-by-hole walking tour of Whistling Straits located on the shores of Lake Michigan, and host of the 86th PGA Championship.
7,514 Yards / Par 72
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