Now open for the 2017 season.
The Brighton Dale Links Golf Experience: Skillfully carved from a spectacular natural setting, Kenosha County’s Brighton Dale Links golf course brings excitement and challenge to every round. Brighton Dale links consists of three separate golf courses comprising the 45-hole complex. The White Birch and the Blue Spruce courses are 18-hole, par 72 layouts measuring 6,977 and 6,689 yards respectively. The Red Pine course is a 9-hole, par 36 layout measuring 3,512 yards. All 45 holes offer distinctive variances featuring wetlands, mature deciduous trees, cathedral pines, numerous bunkers, and hilly terrain. Golf Digest rated Brighton Dale Links 4 out of 5 stars in the USA according to their places to play publication. The majestic surroundings and well-manicured playing conditions enhance the golf experience, all at very reasonable rates.
The beautiful natural stone clubhouse features a well-stocked golf shop, club and cart rentals and a practice range. The restaurant provides a tasty menu, a wide selection of beverages and a festive atmosphere. There's a fabulous Friday Fish Fry during the golf season! Professionalism, courtesy and knowledge are the watchwords of the Brighton Dale Links staff. Whether you are scheduling an outing, selecting golf equipment, seeking advice on your game, or enjoying food and beverages, the staff will work diligently to accommodate your needs.
Reservations are accepted by phone at 262-697-golf (4653), online at www.kenoshacountygolf.com or in person.
Planning a golf outing? Brighton Dale Links has a large seating area to handle large or small outings. Try us for your next corporate outing as times are welcomed weekdays and weekends. Our very experienced outing planner can detail your outing to fit any desire and arrange banquets on-site to satisfy even the largest appetite.
Brighton Dale Links Golf Course is adjacent to the magnificent Richard Bong State Recreation Area, which is one of Wisconsin’s most beautiful State Parks. Brighton Dale Links is located just off Highway 75 between Highway 11 to the north and Highway 142 to the south. Regardless of which golf course you choose - the red white or blue - Brighton Dale Links is well worth the short drive to a great golfing experience!
Free Wi-Fi is available at this location.
April 8, 2016 News Release: County Executive Jim Kreuser is proud to announce a county golf course is listed among the finest in the state. The White Birch Course at Brighton Dale Links was ranked Number 8 among the Top 20 Courses in Wisconsin, according to Golf Advisor, a national source of golf course ratings and reviews, which recently released its list. “We’re very proud that the White Birch Course, a public course, is ranked so high among some very elite golf courses in the state,” Kreuser said. There are about 609 golf courses in the state and Golf Advisor uses a rating system to rank each of them. Golfers are able to rate certain categories based on their experience at the golf course. Here is a list of how the White Birch course at Brighton Dale Links was rated on a scale of 1-5 stars, with 5 being the highest, by Golf Advisor in 2015: Overall Condition 4.8; Value 4.7; Pace of Play 4.3; Staff Friendliness 4.6; and Course Conditions 4.8. The average rating for White Birch was 4.6 stars. The White Birch at Brighton Dale Links was also recommended 100% of the time, which means anyone who took the survey would recommend the White Birch course to another golfer, according to Golf Advisor. Kenosha County Golf is planning renovations for the Blue Spruce Course this 2016 season. Staff are currently working on restoring the irrigation system that will be completed sometime in early June. This is the same type of project that was done to the White Birch Course in 2012. Daniel Drier, County Golf General manager said, “We are making improvements to our golf facilities in hopes of having all of our courses on top of this list one day.”
Petrifying Springs Golf Course is also a Kenosha County golf course.
This is the first time SpeedGolf has ever been brought to Kenosha. Speedgolf aims to put a spin on traditional golfing by adding a whole new element of skill and fitness to the mix. It involves the same patience and precision, but you’re against the clock!