Rolling Oaks was constructed in 1980 and opened in July of 1981 as a 9 hole public course with visions of adding another 9 holes in the future. That future arrived with the spring of 1999 when course architect Todd Severud of Rice Lake rerouted three of the original nine holes and produced an impressive 18 hole tract. The course intertwines a links format on a few holes where native grasses serve as hazards to snare off center shots, compared to other holes where fairways and greens are framed by majestic oaks. More than half of the course consists of doglegs forcing the player to shape his shots off the teeing area. Sand traps are used sparingly allowing the natural landscape to present her own brand of challenges. On still other holes, marshes, wetlands, ponds and streams along with the ever present hardwoods produce a truly challenging golfing experience.
Rolling Oaks is quickly building a reputation as one of the better daily fee golf experiences in western Wisconsin. Where ever you are from and whatever your level of play, we are sure you will find our club welcoming, enjoyable and invigorating. The tree-lined, wooded fairways, unique water hazards, native grasses, and large gently contoured greens await you.