Situated in Berlin, Wisconsin, Mascoutin Country Club, White/Blue, a public facility, showcases a parkland style and was designed by E. Lawrence Packard, opening its fairways to players in 1930. This golf course weaves through diverse terrains, offering a mix of open spaces, wooded areas, and water features, making for an exciting round.
The course plays to a total par of 72 for both men and women, and consists of four Par 3's, 10 Par 4's and four Par 5's over 18 holes with a Course Rating of 73.3 and a Slope of 136. Five choices for men's tees and two choices for ladies' tees deliver a pleasurable golf experience catering to all levels of player proficiency.
Golfers can experience the course spanning between 5730 and 6893 yards, accommodating different playing styles and abilities. Playing as a par 5, hole #7 extends to an impressive 552 yards, marking the course's longest stretch. Claiming the title of the course's shortest, hole #15 spans only 176 yards as a par 3, providing a concise but strategic test for players. Hole #14, a par 5, secures the top spot as the most difficult and challenging hole on the course. Recognized as the most straightforward, hole #13, a par 3, is considered the easiest on the course.
Among the offerings are rental services, covering pull carts and golf clubs. The practice area at the facility includes separate chipping and putting greens. Food and beverage options include a restaurant with full service bar.
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