Evergreen Country Club

North 6246 US Highway 12
Elkhorn, WI 53121


Our original 18 holes at Evergreen Golf Club were built in 1973 by Mann Bros. Inc., the firm that also developed Evergreen Estates. Our layout was designed by Ken Killian and Dick Nugent of Chicago.
That first course was developed on 150 acres of what had been a dairy farm. The original clubhouse had previously been a restaurant. The original 18 consisted of the 9 holes of the South Course; the 1st and 9th of what is now the East Course; along with holes No. 1 through 5 and 8 and 9 on the North Course.

Then in 1993, the East Course was added to create the current 27-hole facility. The East Course opened for play on July 1, 1994, on 110 acres of the former Hartwell farm.

The 9-hole addition, designed by Gary Welsh, consisted of the current holes No. 2 through 8 on the East and Nos. 6 and 7 on the North. At that time the 55 home sites of the Rolling Green Estates were also created.

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