About Kenosha Country Club
Founded in 1898, Kenosha Country Club originally opened as a golfing club on Kenosha's south lakeshore. As Kenosha grew, so did the country club, relocating in 1920 to our present location on the northeast side of Kenosha County. With a new home and invigorated membership, Kenosha Country Club flourished, and in 1969 replaced the seasonal clubhouse with the building of today.
Donald J. Ross, one the world's Premier Architects, created our 18-hole championship layout in 1922, which is considered one of the finest in Wisconsin, and often appears on its list of 'Top Ten' courses.
In 1999, the clubhouse was remodeled in the craftsman style, with quality design elements that provide pleasure to those who appreciate the little things.
Becoming increasingly family orientated, the Club added a heated swimming pool. With the rise in popularity of tennis, the Club installed tennis courts, where tournaments are played at both state and local levels.
Today, our magnificent and challenging course, with mature tree lined fairways and winding Pike River, blends character and beauty for a unique country club experience.
From our Donald Ross golf course, to our lighted tennis facilities, heated swimming pool, and inviting clubhouse facilities, activities here are as diverse as our membership. As we celebrate our 118th year, Kenosha Country Club, privately owned by its members, invites you to enjoy all we have to offer.
Please wear appropriate golf attire and respect the private club environment at all times.
Please no cargo shorts, no denim and no tee shirts while visiting the club. Please use cell phones in designated areas.
No Non-player guests allowed.
Cancellation Policy: 72 Hours