Kettle Hills Golf Course Offers Memberships and Leagues

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Memberships to the Kettle Hills Golf Course in Richfield are being offered for the first time.

Golf has consistently been one of America’s recent favorite pastimes. Courses are offering an ever expanding array of tournaments, events, and memberships to patrons.

Zimmermann’s Kettle Hills Golf Course, in beautiful Richfield, is now offering memberships to patrons. Never before has Kettle Hills offered membership to its beautiful course. Members will enjoy the amenities of the course such as special events, PGA and LPGA certified pros, and special pricing on programs and events. These memberships include, with a nine day advanced reservation, unlimited greens fees with no restrictions on the course or tee time. Members, and non members alike, may participate in the many leagues offered at Kettle Hills. Leagues are available for people of all ages and skill levels. A non-competitive social ladies league on Tuesday mornings is open to women of all skill levels. Second and third shift leagues are available to men on weekday mornings and 18, 9, and 5 hole junior leagues are open to children ages 8-18. And last, but not least, a Tiny Tots league is open to children ages 4-8. This league teaches young golfers using the Starting New At Golf (SNAG) system.

Kettle Hills is a premier Wisconsin golf course, complete with 45 holes over two 18-hole courses and 1 9-hole run. The courses are set in the scenic kettle hills and run through beautiful wooded terrain. Kettle Hills is perfect for golfers of any level, and it is conveniently located, given its location just 20 miles north of downtown Milwaukee. Kettle Hills offers private golf instruction by PGA and LPGA staff, a full-service golf shop, a driving range, and two practice greens. If relaxation is more your style, there are snack cabanas, a full-service bar and grill, and on course beverage services. Kettle Hills is an ideal destination for an afternoon of golf.

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