Kenosha Country Club
500 13th Avenue
Somers, Wisconsin 53140
Founded in 1898, Kenosha Country Club originally opened as a golfing club on Kenosha’s south lakeshore. As Kenosha grew, so did the country club, relocating in 1920 to the present location on the northeast side of Kenosha County in the Village of Somers. The Pike River winds along the entire course which has mature tree lined fairways. In 1969, the seasonal clubhouse was replaced with the building of today. The Club also added a heated swimming pool and lighted tennis courts. In the beginning of 2012, the Club embarked on a new era with a complete renovation of the entire Clubhouse and facilities. The result is a beautifully appointed new Ballroom, Grill, and Conference rooms.
Donald J. Ross, one the world’s Premier Architects, created our 18-hole championship layout in 1922, which is considered one of the finest in Wisconsin, and often appears on its list of ‘Top Ten’ courses.
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Maplecrest Country Club
9401 18th Street
Kenosha, WI 53144
Maplecrest is a semi-private 18-hole golf course which has been in operation since 1929. It is located in Somers, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. It features a challenging 18-hole par 71 golf course, watered fairways, and a complete practice facility. The course presently carries a Wisconsin State Golf Association course rating of 71.1 for men and 69.3 for women.
Maplecrest Country Club is available for public play, golf outings and tournaments, private parties, wedding receptions, award banquets, and Christmas parties. The Clubhouse features both large (300 person capacity) and small (70 person capacity) dining rooms, three full service bars, pro shop, locker facilities, and snack bar. A fully stocked bar cart is also available for your on-course enjoyment.
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