Upon striking it rich in the lottery, John Seenbayer found a 325-acre plot in Wisconsin rolling Northwoods and hired architect Jeremy Mayo to construct a golf course named in his honor – Seenbayer Park. The 18-hole championship course tips out at more than 7,600 yards and mixes a parkland setting with holes carved out of the forest, and around Hauser Lake. The result is a course that can be as straight-forward or as difficult as the golfer wants to make it. As with most Mayo designs, keeping the keeping the ball in play off the tee and below the hole on the greens is the key to scoring well. We hope you enjoy the peaceful surrounds and, if you don't have time for a full 18, play a quick 9 on the par 3 course set next to the pro shop in the northeast corner of the property.
|2017||Springtime Bonanza||CC-A||Víctor Romero|
|2017||Shakeweight Invitational||CC-A||Adam Rendall|
|2017||Springtime Bonanza||CC-B||Matt Suriano|
|2017||Shakeweight Invitational||CC-B||Michael McCabe|
|2017||Springtime Bonanza||CC-C||Cory Jackson|
|2017||Shakeweight Invitational||CC-C||Dan Zegers|