About the Course
Nestled in the beautiful Midwest, New Richmond Golf Club has become one of Wisconsin’s premier and most challenging golf courses.
The New Richmond Golf Club is located just 30 miles Northeast of St. Paul in beautiful North Western Wisconsin.
The Old Course, laid out on 173 acres, offers a unique variety of landscape. The Willow River emulates ‘Rae’s Creek’ as it cuts through holes#4,5 and 7, New Richmond’s version of ‘Amen Corner’. With just enough sand, water and mature trees to test your skill, the 6727 yard (slope 129, par 72) layout will challenge your game; the scenic rolling landscape, flowerbeds and carefully manicured turf will add to your day’s enjoyment. We invite you to EXPERIENCE the Old Course at New Richmond.
The Links Course opened in 1998. This reversible 9-hole par 36 golf course is agreat copliment to the Old Course with a personality all its own. Modeled after the early Scottish courses with large greens, waste bunkers, and blowing wind the “Links” will provide a fair test of golf to all skill levels.
New Richmond’s Clubhouse imparts a pleasurable atmosphere of warmth and hospitality. This beautiful facility features a fine dining room, lower bar grill, complete pro shop, men’s and women’s locker rooms. Private meeting rooms and banquet facilities are also available.
New in 2007, the Joe Swanda Learning center has already been voted “The Best Practice Facility in Western Wisconsin”. With 32 hitting stations and 320 yards deep you’ll be able to hit every club in your bag. You can being your paractice session at our 8,000 sq. ft. putting green and once you’ve worked on your putting for awhile you can move on over to our 4,000 sq. ft. pitching green. After you’re done putting and chipping we’re sure you will enjoy our greenside practice bunker.