Top 100 Resort of the Week: Erin Hills

Erin Hills No. 9

The 439-yard par-4 fourth hole at Erin Hills Golf Course.


Kick up your feet and indulge in’s Top 100 Resort of the Week, where we’re celebrating the best places in golf to stay and play. Heavenly accommodations. Delectable food. Stunning scenery. Oh, and, of course … world-class golf. These luxurious golf getaways are the best of the best. To browse our complete Top 100 Resorts list, click here.

Resort of the Week: Erin Hills (Erin, Wisc.)

Set on a bucolic swath of land — 653 acres of rolling prairie contoured over time by the movement of ancient glaciers — Erin Hills is a stunner in every sense. Located a mere 37 miles northwest of Milwaukee, the brutish course — site of the 2017 U.S. Open won by Brooks Koepka — is worth the trip alone. At more than 7,700 yards from the tips, the course plays much shorter than it looks on paper, thanks to the fast-running fairways. Pick the right tees for your game and you’ll love every minute of it.


If you’re up to the test, most of Erin Hills’ stay-and-play packages offer a complimentary second round — the ultimate two-for-one deal. Match finish in a tie? No worries. Settle your bets on the 18-hole, 63,000 square-foot Drumlin putting course, which opened in 2019 and is lit for evening showdowns. (That means meaningful nine-footers can still be made at 9 p.m.) If Mother Nature obliges, your best night will be spent outdoors around a fire pit, Guinness in hand, as the sun sets over the rolling course. Rest up in the Irish country-inn-style main Lodge or in one of the property’s quaint cottages, which include fireplaces, wet bars and luxe Egyptian linens.

Visit Erin Hills’ Top 100 Resorts page here.

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