Hiawatha Golf Club, located in Tomah of Monroe County Wisconsin, is a stock-held and member-owned course which was opened as a nine-hole course in 1959 with an additional nine holes added in 1994. Integrating the old and new nines over the years has created a scenic, rolling par 72 with yardages measuring 6550 from the blue, 6293 from the white, 5150 yards from the gold, and 5056 yards from the red tees.
The public is always welcome! Hiawatha is conveniently located halfway between Chicago and the Twin Cities. We have many friends, families, and business associates choose us as a golf and social meeting place. Hiawatha also offers annual memberships along with daily course fees. With just a phone call or click of a mouse, tee times may be reserved in advance. We offer group rates for tournaments and other outings. Other amenities available at the course include a driving range and putting green, and a comfortable lounge with a short order grill.
Blue- 542 / White- 520 / Gold- 433 / Red- 430
Handicap: Men- 2, Women- 2
Welcome to the first hole at Hiawatha Golf Club. This opening par five offers a generous landing zone at the dogleg. Going after this green in two is a risky play as the green is protected by two large bunkers, out of bounds right, and a hazard long and left. This green is sloped heavily from back to front, so don’t think the challenge is over once you are on the green. A par on this one isn’t something to be disappointed with.