The Golf Club at Camelot has a long tradition of providing outstanding golf in this part of Wisconsin, and has recently been renovated and improved. We offer players four sets of tee boxes so that you can have an outstanding time of the course regardless of your skill level.
On the front nine, you'll find our great par-4 No. 5 (357 yards from the back and 311 from the front) which has perhaps the toughest green on the course. “It's a saddle green,” says our director of golf Jason Roost. “It looks like a Pringle with a flag in the middle. It's slightly uphill from fairway to green. The only safe place to land your ball is in the middle of the green. If you're a little left or right, your ball will roll off.” There have been many 4 plus putts on this challenging green.
Among the water holes is No. 6, a par-4 measuring 324 yards from the back and 295 from the front. This hole has a stream to carry that rambles by directly in front of the green. It's also one of our best view holes. "A smart play here is to lay up short of the stream using a mid to long iron or hybrid club, then your second shot should be about 100 yards or less to the green," Roost says.
Our 9th (490 yards from the back and 407 from the front) is a dogleg left par-5 with a first shot off the tee that has to carry water.
"It's not too hard to do," Roost says. "You just have to get your ball up in the air. Then on the second shot, you'll have to carry a stream, although some long hitters are able to carry the pond and the stream on their first shot. But most golfers are going to have to make three shots to reach the green."
No. 11 is a 297-yard par-4 (280 from the front tees) that inspires some big hitters to take a shot at driving the green, Roost says