A Guide to The Springs Golf Course in Spring Green

The Springs Golf Course, set in the rolling hills of southern Wisconsin, is a top of the line, 18 hole golf course. The land was once a part of the Frank Lloyd Wright estate. The Springs Golf Course opened in 1971. An addition called the North Nine was added in 1994. In 2001, the Springs name was dropped due to its affiliation with a resort in the area. The Springs course is now a part of the House on the Rock Resort.

The Springs Golf Course 
400 Springs Drive
Spring Green, WI 53588
800-822-7774 or 608-588-7000
The Springs course was built by Robert Trent Jones Sr., who is a legend in golf course design with over 500 golf courses worldwide. The views from the greens are spectacular and the course is a typical Jones design. The course is only a few minutes from your Springs Bed and Breakfast which makes it convenient and practical.
This course has something to offer for golfers of all skill levels. Nearly every one of the 18 holes has a water feature making it more challenging. The landing areas are narrow with sand traps guarding the shots. The ninth and eighteenth holes are par 4 with water on one side and traps on the other. The eighteenth hole is one of the top finishing holes in the state of Wisconsin. 
 
The Springs Golf Course: Pricing Information
The course is open daily from April through October. Rates vary depending on the season and time of day. Prime rates are from 7AM to 1PM. The fee is between $49 and $79 dollars depending on when you decide to play. There is a discount for seniors. Springs Golf Course accepts most major credit cards, but no checks. You can book your reservation up to 14 days in advance by phone or Internet. There will be a 5.5 percent sales tax added to your bill.
Rules at the Springs Golf Course 
As with any golf course, rules are necessary to maintain a reputable establishment. The course encourages youngsters to pick up on the game of golf, but they must be accompanied by an adult. Singles and pairs may be added to another party of golfers. They ask that golfers wear appropriate golf clothes such as no beachwear, cut-offs, or t-shirts. 
It is preferred that golfers bring their own clubs, but you can rent them if needed. No coolers are allowed, but there are concessions available. The course may be closed if severe weather or heavy rain occurs making it dangerous to continue playing. Golf carts must be driven by someone at least 16 years old, with no more than two people per cart. 
The Springs Golf Course: Groups
Springs golf course encourages you to bring you friends, business partners, and family. The course is set to handle groups of 16 to 72 people with special rates and packages. They encourage you to come and enjoy a game of golf while staying at your Springs Inn