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The American Club has access to two amazing golf courses that have been rated among America’s greatest by Golf Digest. Created by legendary golf course designer, Pete Dye, these courses have hosted a myriad of championships, including two PGA championships and two U.S. Women's Opens. And in late September 2021, two years after a convincing victory in Paris, Team Europe will try to defend The Ryder Cup upon these fantastic fairways. The 24 best in the world will play The Straits at Whistling Straits– the first public course in a quarter century to host The Ryder Cup. Guests of the American Club are allowed to book advance tee times at both the historic Blackwolf Run and Whistling Straits. Destination Kohler also offers a variety of well-curated packages to help golfers experience our championship-caliber courses along with the world-class accommodations and amenities of our resort.

Whistling Straits
This championship golf course is beautifully designed by Pete Dye, hall-of-fame golf course designer, and offers two courses of dynamic contrast and world-class prestige. The Whistling Straits golf course, part of The American Club Resort experience, is the future home to the 2021 Ryder Cup. The Straits Course replicates ancient seaside links in the UK and Ireland. Eight of the holes hug the lake for a two-mile stretch along Lake Michigan. The Irish Course is more inland and dune-heavy, though. It opened for play in 2000 and is a par-72 course.

Blackwolf Run
Blackwolf run is considered one of Pete Dye's crowning achievements. Nestled in the river basin formed by years of glacial runoff is where The River and Meadow Valleys golf courses lie. It opened in 1988 and was named that year's "Best New Public Course.” Since then, it has played host to numerous professional championships such as the Andersen Consulting World Golf Championships and the U.S. Women's Open. One of its greatest fairways is The River. The River is a course intimidating to the professional and fair yet dramatic for the amateur. This course was built on a land that was previously rich for hunting and fishing and populated by the Winnebagos and Algonquins.

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