Our unique course offers golfers the option to play 3, 9, 12, or 18-holes, based on the amount of time allotted and challenge desired. Recognizing that many golfers may not have enough time for a full 18-hole round, Fairfield Hills is one of the first Wisconsin golf courses to develop a 12-hole option, opening 3 new holes during the 2018 golf season. Our “New 3” are now open for play! Check out the new holes below.
A short, but quirky Par 3. An accurate shot is required, as the green is only about 10 yards wide. The green flows off into the rough on the left and back sides, and will collect any ball rolling in that direction. Make sure to be on the correct portion of the green, as a large mound dissecting the green creates 2 low areas where the ball feeds. A shot landing on the wrong side of the green will create an awfully tricky putt up, over, and down the mound!
A MASSIVE dog-leg left Par 5. A 170 yard shot will land you in the fairway at the 90 degree dogleg, and from there, only 250 more yards to go. A few fairway bunkers guard the corner of the dogleg, while trees line either side of the very narrow fairway. Longer hitters are welcome to try to “cut the corner”, but a very small landing area will present some challenge. A greenside bunker blocks the front-left portion of the green, and some interesting undulations in the green create easily our most challenging golf hole.
A dogleg right Par 4. A 180 yard tee shot will land you in the middle of the fairway of this gentle curving hole. A mid-iron will get your 2nd shot to this elevated green, guarded by a bunker on the right. If you plan to miss the green, miss short. Long, left, or right of the green will leave your ball in some thick rough. Play this hole smart, and get out unscathed.