Located about 10 miles west of Highway 53 and the small town of Gordon, Wisconsin, Gordon Pines Golf Club is a favorite 9-hole layout for locals and anyone passing through the area. The course, previously known as Fire Hill Golf Club (it is on Fire Hill Road), spreads out in a wilderness setting near the St. Croix National Scenic River Waterway and the Gordon Flowage Dam. Course designer Garrett Gill carved the charming and challenging layout through a thickly wooded landscape laden with wetlands. In his long career, Gill has worked on over 250 course projects and striven to create playing fields that golfers of all skill levels can enjoy. With four sets of tee markers, Gordon Pines Golf Club presents a challenge suitable for players of diverse abilities. The forward tees of this par-36 test measure 1,970 yards, while the tips extend to a hefty 3,309 yards. Gordon Pines Golf Club s holes ramble in all different directions with no parallel fairways. You ll find a pleasing mix of straightaway and dogleg holes. The towering pines and underbrush that define each playing corridor present the chief threat to par. What golfers most remember at Gordon Pines Golf Club is the sense of solitude and immersion in nature. Chances are eagles may be flying overhead, while plenty of wildlife populates the golf grounds. The course is very walkable. Gordon Pines Golf Club s season is somewhat short the clubhouse closes for the season in October, though in a testament to the folksy and familiar nature of this friendly club, locals may still play further into fall on the honor system. Practice facilities at Gordon Pines Golf Club include a driving range and putting green. The clubhouse is a convivial place with its golf shop, banquet space, bar, snacks, and outdoor patio. When you re near the town of Gordon and looking to play, a tee time at the 9-hole Gordon Pines Golf Club promises to be an enjoyable experience.