About Our Club
About Our Course
Meadowbrook golf course first opened for play in 1927. Todd Sloan designed the back nine, which opened in the 1930’s, and David Gill redesigned the entire course in 1962. The golf course has a creek and two ponds that come into play on eight holes. Most of the fairways are wide and tree lined. The terrain is predominantly flat. Sand bunkers come into play on almost every hole throughout the design. The greens are medium-sized, sloped and fast. Meadowbrook has hosted five Wisconsin state opens and numerous other prestigious events over the years. Whatever your handicap, MCC offers an enjoyable challenge to all who play it.
About Our Commitment
With every round, one appreciates it more. First, for the freshwater stream encountered again and again as it rambles through the course, connecting three ponds. Then for it’s well positioned bunkers and hazards, challenging to even the most accomplished golfer.
Impeccably manicured, Meadowbrook places great importance in maintenance and landscaping, and uses environmentally safe products to help preserve and sustain it’s wildlife habitat and natural beauty. Landscaping has been a longterm and ongoing project. Mature Oak, Hickory, Pine and Spruce trees line the fairways. A practice green, and two driving ranges of generous proportion prevent waiting.
Meadowbrook Country Club is proud to showcase it’s facilities and welcome all who venture here. We look forward to serving you!