Welcome to Erin Hills

Natural design. Modern amenities. Championship golf.

2022 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship
2025 U.S. Women’s Open Championship
2017 U.S. Open Championship
2011 U.S. Amateur Championship
2008 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship
Course Overview

Plan Your Experience

Plan Your Golf

Golf trip planning can be a year-round expedition. At Erin Hills, we call these intrepid planners “trip captains” — those that research, plan, lead and book their group’s golf experience each year.

Stay & Play

Erin Hills offers a number Stay & Play specials, including our most popular package — a reduced (and sometimes complimentary) second round.

Buddy Trip

Set on 652 gorgeous acres. Naturally routed over 18 championship holes. Featuring a rolling, illuminated putting course. Designed for those seeking the golf experience of a lifetime.

Lodging at Erin Hills

A lush, abundant terrain peppered with homey cottages and friendly villages. A poet’s dream and a golfer’s paradise. A land of ancient lore, far, far away.

Plan Your Stay

Introducing the Drumlin

A 63,000-square-foot putting course now open to those with an Erin Hills tee time.

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The Erin Hills Journal

Issue 6: Summer 2021

Of course, can we go with: No other game can boast a home field that dates back some 10,000 years. Now that, you could say, is old school. Read the latest Erin Hills Journal.

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Issue 5: Winter 2021

In this issue of Erin Hills Journal, you’ll find how the connections to the game’s Auld Grey genesis in Scotland have wound their way — in some grand facsimile — to Erin Hills. And how the modern game continues to advance with bright stars, burgeoning players and a new breed of stewards pushing its limits.

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Issue 4: Summer 2020

The health, economic and social challenges of recent months have affected all of us in a variety of ways, but our ancient game that can’t be confined indoors has provided a much needed haven and release. As courses opened and grass began to green, bunker rakes disappeared and unusual objects appeared in holes. It was, and remains, a trying time, but golf has returned. For so many reasons, thank goodness.

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Issue 3: Social Game

There it was – a simple wooden sign indicating “Erin Hills” on the side of a county road in rural Wisconsin. It was dusk on a windy September evening as my father and I drove up the long winding road towards the clubhouse, golden hour hitting the fescue, making the golf course look even more incredible than I remembered.

Read Issue 3