ABOUT THE COURSE
The Beloit Club features a classic 18-hole golf course in every sense of the word. What opened as nine holes in 1909 and expanded to its current 18 holes in 1927, the Beloit Club has recently undergone a significant transformation that has only served to enhance this classic venue. From the classic rectangular tee boxes to the stately hardwoods that line the fairways, the course boasts deep, strategically placed and punishing bunkers (both green-side and fairway) and fantastic green sites with just enough movement to make you second guess while lining up your putt.
In keeping with the early classically built golf courses in this country, the Beloit Club is incredibly walker friendly, with tee boxes located immediately next to the green sites. Take in the many wonderful views of the stately clubhouse on this immaculately conditioned championship course, which allows golfers of all abilities to truly enjoy.
HOLE 1 | PAR 4
Black 402 Bronze 373 Gold 293 Silver 264
The opening hole at the Beloit Club features a slight dogleg to the right with a deep fairway bunker strategically placed along the left side. Off the tee, players with a left-to-right shot will have the advantage on this par four by avoiding the large oak tree that guards the right side of the fairway. With bunkers guarding the front and left-back side of the green, accuracy is of great importance when approaching this green.