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Erin Hills Golf Course

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bill s wrote a review Jul 2020
Kansas City, Kansas11 contributions4 helpful votes
Played Erin Hills from white tees, despite being advised by a friend to play one tee forward. Problem is the forward tees are only 5400 yards while whites are 6200. Huge difference and close to unplayable. Plays very long due to lots of uphill greens wth false fronts, enormous fairway bunkers, had lots of 5 woods into par 4's designed for 8 irons. When the Open was here they widened the fairways and Koepka destroyed the course. So they have ended up with a course the pros blitz and the rest of us can't play. In addition the overall resort layout is ridiculous--clubhouse is on huge hill overlooking course, small outdoor dining area, no patio, several hundred yards downhill to the lodge/rooms, several hundred more to practice tee, then several hundred more back to first tee. What were they thinking? To top it off, very expensive and at checkout they did not even bother to ask if I enjoyed my stay. Would not go back or recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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DebbieLundberg wrote a review Sep 2019
Tampa, Florida8 contributions
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From the time you drive on property, the smiles, service, and attention to detail are all beyond expectations! You don't touch a thing until you leave because of the spectacular service. The course, and caddy Dave, are among the best in the world! While the sleeping rooms are not large, the bed is delightfully welcoming and cozy. The comfort stations/bathrooms are stocked to the nines with everything you can imagine! The food, views, the Drumlin putting course, fire pits, sitting areas and really, just about everything, rank top-notch and have Erin Hills earning 5 stars hands-down! Thank you!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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GatewayTraveler2015 wrote a review Sep 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri41 contributions3 helpful votes
Our foursome of friends enjoyed the golf course for one day before going to Kohler. There are overnight accommodations, but we stayed in Milwaukee. I would not stay overnight and play course back to back days, particularly with expensive green fees. You have to walk course (no carts), but the caddies were excellent. They knew course and were great at finding balls. Walking hills was struggle for one of our foursome.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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CamboIII wrote a review Aug 2019
Chicago, Illinois115 contributions99 helpful votes
My wife and I played the course twice on a Saturday and Sunday, and I can't say that we have ever had a better golf experience. The course is challenging but fair, and drop-dead gorgeous. The caddies were knowledgeable about the course and made the experience all the better. And the staff is extremely welcoming and friendly. We also had dinner at the Lodge following our Saturday round. I do have to pass on my wife's comment on the very masculine menu: "So this is what guys eat when they're together?" I have to agree with her that it's a relatively uninspired menu that doesn't match up to the American Club at Koehler. But the golf was so good that it can be excused.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Charles1019 wrote a review Aug 2019
North Fort Myers, Florida4,756 contributions275 helpful votes
We played this house on a company visit to the state. It is everything people say about it. Diabolical, beautiful and super challenging. The caddies are so awesome! Nice job dealing with our crew. I brought the house to it's knees. I believe it is still laughing at my play that day. Thankful we played the white tees' which was only 6233 yards. Yep only! The black tee's are 7800 yards. We walked 10 miles that day. Of course the caddies and forecaddies know the course inside and out and tried their hardest to help a couple of us but not sure there was much they could do. They were wonderful and had fun as well. We were the first group out which was nice and no pressure all day. The course is so well maintained and you need to be precise with your shots. They had a small lodge on property but we did not stay there. They also have a restaurant which we ate at when the runs was done. Order the fescue rescue drink. When your round is done you will understand an appreciate it. Lot's of fun, great golf and now plan the return!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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